We've been on and off for 6 weeks about an Si replacement. Considering everything going on, we will be doing lots and lots of long weekend trips. The Si is comfy but not that comfy at 6'8 my head is always crooked.
Landed some good 3 series deals, so we are moving on that today. Most local dealers are offering $17-$17.5 for the Si (2018, 18K on it). Carvana? $20,223. Mind you, we only paid $21.5 for it two years ago, since Honda has some big incentives if you leased. Once the new 3 comes home tonight, the Carvana deal will be finalized.
Curious... why did you dump the Atlas? More kids on the way?
Works better for us at the moment, we just had a 3rd kid 10 months ago and we realized the need to open/close doors from front seats is beneficial and makes it much easier for our 6yo. Also the wife can sit in the mid row with the baby and not have to get out of the van when parked etc to breast feed.
it's a much better road trip vehicle and we're getting rear entertainment system.
Nevermind much better fuel economy and comfort. My wife hated the front seat arch ...she said it felt like the headrest was pushing her head forward.
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Lets assume they sold it for full asking $47,230 - $41,500 = $5730 - shipping from NorCal to Socal (~$500) - misc overhead/detailing/marketing/processing/staff/storage = ?
Anyone in the car industry know how much profit they might walk away with?
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