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Just a feeler question as Iam not 100% sure.. I have a 2015 CTS-V coupe I just purchased a few months ago. Its Crystal White Tri-Coat /Ebony,6MT, Recaros and sunroof,cover, ie: fully loaded with 225 miles on it original MSRP was 74,315. If I were to sell could I get 68K for it privately as I dont want a trade.?
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Got tired of it already? I got my 2014 manual V Coupe brand new with an MSRP of: $71,200.00 for $59K. Not sure what you can get for the car, but list it for sale and see what the response is.
 

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Just a feeler question as Iam not 100% sure.. I have a 2015 CTS-V coupe I just purchased a few months ago. Its Crystal White Tri-Coat /Ebony,6MT, Recaros and sunroof,cover, ie: fully loaded with 225 miles on it original MSRP was 74,315. If I were to sell could I get 68K for it privately as I dont want a trade.?
I have a clear title in hand. Kevin
interesting scenario. its going to come down to supply and demand and the supply for a 2015 is limited to 500 cars. so if the right buyer wants a new car for some savings you are in a good spot. I think if yo uwant to move it quickly reduce it to low to mid 60's and do not drive it. to me theres a big difference between a car with 200 miles and 800 miles.

when did you take delivery?
 

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Got tired of it already? I got my 2014 manual V Coupe brand new with an MSRP of: $71,200.00 for $59K. Not sure what you can get for the car, but list it for sale and see what the response is.
No not tired at all,lol....We own 2 homes plus 4 rental homes and I was thinking of putting that cash into something else plus I have a new 2014 Viper. I dont have to sell it, just putting a feeler out to see what board members here might think I can get as I want a well-informed buyer not a bunch of tire -kicking low-ballers with no intentions to buy.

interesting scenario. its going to come down to supply and demand and the supply for a 2015 is limited to 500 cars. so if the right buyer wants a new car for some savings you are in a good spot. I think if yo uwant to move it quickly reduce it to low to mid 60's and do not drive it. to me theres a big difference between a car with 200 miles and 800 miles.

when did you take delivery?
Delivery was in March..I dont need or want to move it quickly and I have to get 68K or I keep it. Like I said above its just a thought.
 

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With the V3 and ATS V about to be released, V2 prices are likely to drop at least for a short time. Right now might not be the best time to sell.
I believe V2 prices will rebound once folks get past the sticker shock of the new V's and recognize the excellent value of a well cared for V2. JMO
 

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V-POWER57,

You're going to take a bigger loss and I don't think you will be able to get $68K for it so soon. My advice is hang on to it. Values will level off in about a year from now. After seeing how much GM is asking for the ATS-V and new CTS-V, I think I will keep my V Coupe a little while longer. For what I paid for my V Coupe, there is nothing else out there that can really compare.
 

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Just a feeler question as Iam not 100% sure.. I have a 2015 CTS-V coupe I just purchased a few months ago. Its Crystal White Tri-Coat /Ebony,6MT, Recaros and sunroof,cover, ie: fully loaded with 225 miles on it original MSRP was 74,315. If I were to sell could I get 68K for it privately as I dont want a trade.?
I have a clear title in hand. Kevin
Short answer is no. Previous post at $59-$60k is what you're staring down.
 

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All you can do is list it on Autotrader, etc, and hope you can reel someone in.
 

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225 miles in a "few months?" I'd probably want to sell it too......it seems silly to buy an expensive performance car to watch it sit and depreciate. But depreciate it will.......

I had put 3k-5k per year on my V's.....and that didn't seem like enough.....
 
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