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I love the 14's but the price is crazy and I see the financial hits the owners of the 12' s are taking. There are tons of brand new leftover 12's where I live and was wondering what I should pay if I wanted to get one
 

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Local Dealer in Maryland just moved a new 2012 Black SRT (sorry do not know the other options) for 53k... sold to a man from NJ... they also have a unspoken SRT in production now coming in a few weeks along with mine... hope this helps..
 

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only owners that take a hit are ones who trade them in instead of selling. ANY vehicle you TRADE IN your gonna take an ASS raping!
 

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I'm not so sure. Last year the 12's were selling below invoice and minus the hold back. That was well before the 2014's info was fully released. Now it's another year later and that vehicle will take another year of depreciation as soon as you drive it off the lot. Even one with wishful thinking knows you will take at least a $5k hit the first and second year and that's is being conservative.

My dealer said they are unwilling to sell the vehicle at a loss but they would give up 100% of the holdback, throw in a free lifetime powertrain warranty and is willing to do a couple thousand better on trade as the trade in value is stand alone and can be accounted for in a different matter. All in all the deal I walked away from was $55k for the SRT with lifetime powertrain and a trade in on my 11' overland hemi valued at $33k (which I paid $38K new for 26,000 miles ago).
 

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I'm not so sure. Last year the 12's were selling below invoice and minus the hold back. That was well before the 2014's info was fully released. Now it's another year later and that vehicle will take another year of depreciation as soon as you drive it off the lot. Even one with wishful thinking knows you will take at least a $5k hit the first and second year and that's is being conservative.

My dealer said they are unwilling to sell the vehicle at a loss but they would give up 100% of the holdback, throw in a free lifetime powertrain warranty and is willing to do a couple thousand better on trade as the trade in value is stand alone and can be accounted for in a different matter. All in all the deal I walked away from was $55k for the SRT with lifetime powertrain and a trade in on my 11' overland hemi valued at $33k (which I paid $38K new for 26,000 miles ago).
I don't understand? You traded in an SRT for $55k?
 

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No on both parts, he "walked away from" meaning he didn't take their offer.
 
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