Maybe it's my location, or that my Rubicon has almost no options, but Carvana offering $39k, with just under 11k miles. Basically what I paid, so I'm definitely not tempted to sell.
I am doing the same. Waiting to order a 2022 whenever the order banks open.Yes, the used market is on fire. We just sold our Sahara to Vroom for almost $4k over what we paid. Just ordered a new Wrangler (Gecko!) at 8% under invoice. Almost no reason not to do it - we'll miss the Bikini color but for basically driving the Jeep for free for a year, totally worth it to us to swap to another color.
I have a 2dr Rubicon! It’s just soooo cool to own and drive a real Jeep Jeep!Yep. Yesterday I bought a 2019 2D Rubicon with 3.9k miles on it. Was driven for 7 months in North Carolina before being repossessed. Got it all checked out, independent mechanic, Carfax etc. No previous incidents or problems. Basically brand new. Has the Y07 recall on it, but understand the update is coming soon. KBB is 39-42k, I paid 45k at CarMax. I figure it was actually a good deal, considering how difficult it is to find a 2D around here, but I'd be interested to know what others think. I'm new to Jeeps, this is my first, and I'm psyched!
good luck getting it that much below invoice in 95% of placesit’s not a bad idea. Sold mine to Vroom for more than I paid, and it’s now listed on their website for more than it’s MSRP!
while the base price of new wranglers has gone up over time, seems a smart idea if you can sell what you have for more than you paid, and get a new one with new warranty for 7-8% below invoice still
whole thread on this here …