You must have a lot of money to burn. $7500 added on to a lease? And now you want to trade in for another new vehicle? What are your payments on that 200?The resale value on this cars is the worst. I had a 2015 sxt blacktop automatic brand new, tried to refinance the car a few times but wasn´t posible. The value of the car was so low I didn´t get approved even though I have a good credit. A got tired of that and ended up going to the same place where I bought it and traded the car for a 2016 200s white with the 19" wheels. I got for my dart 11500$ with 11350 miles and 11 months. I managed to get and extra 1000$ because I terminate the gap insurance and the extended warranty. A few days later they posted the car on sale for 14599$. They sold it already, they probable made a couple grands out of it. I got really disapointed. I loved the car and liked it a lot. I had 7500 upside down that they put on the lease. I´m noy buying american cars again. My next one hopefully this year is a 2016 tacoma trd.
I´m not planning on trading the lease. I took it for my wife because she only drives about 500 miles a month. I drive 2015 corolla s for work and normally put about 8k per month. The dart was not the candidate for me right now. I ws getting 25 mpg on the dart while on the corolla I get 35mpg and only need 17 to fill a full tank.You must have a lot of money to burn. $7500 added on to a lease? And now you want to trade in for another new vehicle? What are your payments on that 200?
Nah, the Charger is a full-size sedan. A commodity family-hauling vehicle for the most part. Whatever heritage they were banking on it having they pretty much killed by making it thus. The Challenger is more of a niche vehicle with a more limited supply and dealers are confident that they can sell them used at a higher price point to the right buyer. It's one of the rare vehicles where having a manual transmission might actually increase its resale value.Thats because of the name and heritage IMO. I would imagine the Charger is also better than average as well.