2011 SRT-8 Challenger 392 Inaugural Edition # 0925 of 1100 (bright White with duall blue stripes)
only performance mod is a CAI
best 1/4 mile run to date on 5-5-13: 12.515 @110.5 MPH with a 1.81 60' time
DYNO RUN 5-7-11 428.43 RWHP / 425.33 TORQUE (factory stock 965 miles)
2004 Dodge Ram quad cab 5.7 L HEMI with 6-pack hood and ram air
Sitting at just 18,000mi now since late March 2012; daily driver.
Back on topic, if its roughly $30,000 walk out the door price with giving over your Sonata, you are paying $38-39,000 for that SRT. Why, because your Sonata is worth roughly $8-9000.
What the dealership is going to do is sell your Sonata for that $8-9000 and earn that as profit.
Yeah it seems like a good deal because it's the magical price of $30,000 and it looks like its below Blue Book but in reality, with giving them the Sonata, you're still paying $38-39,000. It's just not all in cash.
What price would they offer the SRT for without giving them your Sonata?
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