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392 for sale

Gmen392

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Hey all

Considering selling my 2021 392. Black, sky one, satin grille, upper 1941 graphic. 1500 miles. I had ordered a 2022 before getting this one wkth xr so may buy that when comes in and sell this one if interested
 
I don't think you'll have any trouble selling it. Look at crazy prices on autotrader. I don't know if anyone is actually paying what they are asking, but.......

So the 2022 is the XR and the current is non XR? I think the XR is worth the upgrade. I say this having never driven or seen a non XR in person. The 4.56 gears are a plus for on-road performance and the 35's on the XR look big enough to me. Having said that I can't see you going wrong either way. If you get the 2022 for msrp, I bet you can sell it for a profit. Lots of people are apparently willing to pay a high "wanting it now" tax............

On the flip side, it does piss me off when I'm trying to buy something at retail price and scalpers are scooping them up and reselling at a higher price. This is fairly easy to do if you have the time. It took me months to get an xbox series X at retail price because scalpers were buying and reselling for 50-100% markup on ebay.

I think same thing is happening with these vehicles to some degree. Some of it is inadvertent. I know if I was on the fence about the 392 but had already placed and order, I would be inclined to buy and resell....

I have an early preorder in for a rivian r1t which no longer need. I have considered going ahead and taking delivery (if they ever actually build the thing) and reselling it. I'm sure these could be sold at a ridiculous markup, but in the end probably not worth the hassle to me to fool with and will likely cancel order.
 
Ford is actually doing a contract with the Lightning. I was fortunate to get one of the very few first-round reservations and have been sitting on the fence for nearly a month debating on whether or not to pull the trigger. Dealer won’t guarantee no ADM so I’m hesitant. Don’t think I really want full electric yet, but thought “hey, if I don’t like it, it could EASILY sell it with no loss.” Nope. Ford is contracting its customers on the Lightning with a 1-year no sale clause. Not sure how well it’ll work since the one on the GT stemmed lawsuits, but gotta give them credit to try and dissuade the “scalpers” from flipping.
 
Ford is actually doing a contract with the Lightning. I was fortunate to get one of the very few first-round reservations and have been sitting on the fence for nearly a month debating on whether or not to pull the trigger. Dealer won’t guarantee no ADM so I’m hesitant. Don’t think I really want full electric yet, but thought “hey, if I don’t like it, it could EASILY sell it with no loss.” Nope. Ford is contracting its customers on the Lightning with a 1-year no sale clause. Not sure how well it’ll work since the one on the GT stemmed lawsuits, but gotta give them credit to try and dissuade the “scalpers” from flipping.

I wouldn't sign a no resale clause unless the dealer is also held to a no ADM as well. Why does Ford care what you do with it after you bought it but they don't want to seem to hold their own dealers to a higher standard of not screwing over customers?
 
Yup. I look at it as a chicken and egg scenario. Greedy dealers drive up market for greedy flippers, greedy flippers drive up market for ADM from dealers. And as long as people pay the premiums, the cycle will continue. I still give props to Ford for trying…
 
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