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I thought cars were supposed to depreciate... $56,990.00 for a used 1st Edition?

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My reaction :LOL::ROFLMAO::LOL::ROFLMAO:
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That is funny! But I hope they get it as I would love for them to go UP in value! ;)
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Don't forget, that you don't get any Federal Tax Credit and any state incentives either so you can add $7,500+ to the price difference.
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That's positively hilarious! Most EV's (at least the one's eligible for the $7,500 tax credit) lose at least $7,500 in value immediately. It doesn't matter what the MSRP is, it's what are people actually paying for them that matters. That's like when some brands over thousands and thousands of dollars of incentives on a particular model. Doesn't matter the MSRP was $50k, what matters is that people actually paid $40k.
That's positively hilarious! Most EV's (at least the one's eligible for the $7,500 tax credit) lose at least $7,500 in value immediately. It doesn't matter what the MSRP is, it's what are people actually paying for them that matters. That's like when some brands over thousands and thousands of dollars of incentives on a particular model. Doesn't matter the MSRP was $50k, what matters is that people actually paid $40k.
it is called supply and demand!
Of course, but just wait a few months and order your own for MSRP. It鈥檚 silly, but if you have money to waste, spend away!
Remember that eBay is a global marketplace. That price could be inexpensive to a non-US buyer.
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