This is a discussion on Resale Value within the Dodge Dart General Discussion forums, part of the Dodge Dart Forum - Dodge Dart Discussion category; Sales for all of FCA cars are down. Not sure for the Challenger. But the 200 sales are down 58%. Quite a few 2015 Chargers ...
Sales for all of FCA cars are down. Not sure for the Challenger. But the 200 sales are down 58%. Quite a few 2015 Chargers still on dealer lots. The 300 is getting long in the tooth. They may end up just selling trucks and SUVs.
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I bought my dart last year, 13.5 + warranry, gap, tax and such. With 2 down, I financed 16 or so. Dropped warranty and gap midway when I realized I wasn't going to keep it. Liked the car alot, didn't love it. Too many small things that didn't make me happy. Do I like it over a civic? Honestly yeah. If they make the srt would I consider buying it? Heck yeah. But they won't. I got a killer deal on a 13 frs and worked the trade in up to 8.5 on the dart. Rolled 3k into the scion but it had low miles, all the options. And I paid atleast 2k less than any other listing(always haggle!!!)
13 sxt(was more like an se with a few options) with 54k miles. Previous rental car.
13 Frs(found prior owners contact info via info and talked for hours on condition of car) 19k miles, 17.1 for the car, no dealer fee. 20.4 otd before a 1.4 down payment.
Fwiw I shopped the car as a trade in at many dealers. None would go over 8, most settling in around low 7k.
The dealer originally listed it at 11.5, now it's at 10.5. I hope no one pays more than 9 for that poor car. Love the dart, just not enough.
I purchased a 2014 Dart Limited with 2.4 New. No issues, have 192,000 miles on it now.
Was thinking of trading it in to get rid of it when I purchased a Ram pickup, KBB and Edmunds both said about 2,500 for trade in due to mileage.
Dealer said they could only give me 1,500 as darts are discontinued and demand is low.
So, will keep it and give it to my soon to be driving oldest daughter. Couldn't get a car in that good of a shape for that price anyway, plus it's a sunk cost.
If I can get it to last a few more years it's worth it, still looks great, runs great, all maintenance was done on it, and 95% of the miles were highway for long commute.
Yet if you want to buy one, you can add $10k to that number.
I tried to find a 2015 2.4 in Florida...
Anything under 80k was $14k+
Sell it yourself, set your own price based on what similarly equipped cars are selling for in your area. Dealers cut a few grand off the price they’ll pay you so they can profit on it.