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I have a 2013 Overland, fairly new with about 6K miles on it. I'm thinking about trading it in for a 2014, or maybe waiting until the 2015 model is out. I thought I could resist the urge but I saw a 2014 billet silver Overland the other day...boy was she purdy.

My question is, for those who traded in a 2011 - 2013 for a 2014, what premium did you have to pay to trade up? I'm not entirely sure how to phrase the question, but did you end up paying the depreciated value of your current model to trade up?
 

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I just traded in my 2011 V8 Overland 4x2 and I really had no intention of doing so. The 2011 was a good vehicle and only 2 years old. I kept getting these flyers saying they would pay me x for mine which was 2-3k less than what i bought it for. My mom ended up buying a 2014 and so I decided to see what deal they actually would give me.

I didn't get x but still got 5k less than what i bought it for which was about 2k more than what edmunds at best quality trade in valued it at.

I will say so far its been a good trade up. The transmission is really nice and smooth, the car feels smoother overall, the tech is much better but i do miss the flipper glass. Gas mileage is already better with only 300 miles on it.
 
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