I race in and out of the family but never date someone in the family.jjs said:Why race 'in the family'?
Answer: ALOT (but then again all new cars do and these days with incentives all over the place from just about everyone making cars, the used car market is saturated and thus you will get less on a trade of any kind)speediddy said:question, does anyone know how much value this car looses
( 2005 300c)
A member recently posted about a C sold at auction @ $38k w/ 8k milesjjs said:Answer: ALOT (but then again all new cars do and these days with incentives all over the place from just about everyone making cars, the used car market is saturated and thus you will get less on a trade of any kind)
The C might hold value pretty well right now since they are still kind of hard to come by, but in the near future when backorders are filled, production is current and lots have more of them stocked, the value will drop.
Thanks for the detailed info, but I think I speak for many when I ask, " What is the expected gas guzzler tax going to be? If you have any info in this, please share it with us. Thanks.rt4 said:I've been lurking, thought y'all might like to know the following. I'm an inventory manager in California at a 5-star CJD store, not looking for business, just providing info.
Ordering was opened on the SRT-8 as well, so dealerships can place orders as of 1/4/05.
There are only two colors available, black and silver.
There are four options:
Boston Acoustics with sub $235
SRT Option Group I $440
Air filtering and side airbags
SRT Option Group II $1965
Satellite, Navigation and UConnect
Total MSRP $43,585 with all options.
As far as resale of 300Cs goes, we're seeing them go through the auction with miles on them at or above invoice as new. That is some serious resale value!