I think it's a fair price point. There is room to negotiate. I'm sure he knows he's competing with new. However, for someone who wants to get into a Volt but can't get 0% financing, used is the way to go. They can go get a good credit union financing rate. Plus, instead of paying taxes on full price before the government incentives are applied, DMV taxes are always less on a used car. Anybody in the market for a used car is usually going to do better with a private party seller unless there's a very motivated dealer in town.
I just bought a used 13 and got 1.9% for 60 months and didnt have to pay taxes on 38k which is what a new loaded one would have cost. Not everyone can get financed on the entire amount and then wait for the tax credit. I think thats a very fair price on a loaed 13 with normal miles.
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