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Old 02-07-2019, 01:02 AM
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Hello everyone, Hope you all are enjoying your new 2019's. For those that traded in G63's recently do you mind sharing what you were able to get? Dealer is offering $65k for a 2013 with almost 45,000 miles. I'm trying to get an idea of what some 2016-2017 with lower than average miles might be going for. Local dealer is selling a non cpo 2015 magno black one for a ridiculous price given the mileage and year but I guess that's the norm with the Magno Paint? Thanks !
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I have a '16 coming off lease next month with 27,000 miles. The wholesale price on the east coast is prox $80K, retail $85 to $87K. Too bad you didn't post a month ago. The buyout at lease end is $71K. You could have assumed the lease, made a couple of payments and bought the truck for the buyout price. Good luck with your search.
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2017 G63 with 15K miles, got 95K on pre-trade in back in Nov 2018. Back then I was told MB had brand new nonregistered G63's trading at 105K wholesale!
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I have a '16 coming off lease next month with 27,000 miles. The wholesale price on the east coast is prox $80K, retail $85 to $87K. Too bad you didn't post a month ago. The buyout at lease end is $71K. You could have assumed the lease, made a couple of payments and bought the truck for the buyout price. Good luck with your search.
Ah, I wish I did. Thank you very much!

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2017 G63 with 15K miles, got 95K on pre-trade in back in Nov 2018. Back then I was told MB had brand new nonregistered G63's trading at 105K wholesale!
Wow, thanks for the reply!
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Originally Posted by pateljb View Post
2017 G63 with 15K miles, got 95K on pre-trade in back in Nov 2018. Back then I was told MB had brand new nonregistered G63's trading at 105K wholesale!
I would buy a couple @ 105K....Good information to know
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Old 02-07-2019, 04:42 PM
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The 2018 G63 is still a good market. People are getting a good deal now with $10-$15k off MSRP. Trade in is still strong and maybe a surprise to many but the 2019 G customers are new to the G model. They are the ones who didn't like the old version driving experience.
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Old 02-08-2019, 05:10 PM
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i'm interested in a 2016 to 2018 G63 as well. Seems like advertised asking prices are much higher
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Old 02-08-2019, 05:51 PM
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If you wait until this spring, or perhaps late summer, you should be able to get a sceamin' good deal on a pre-2019 G. These values should plummet like a rock, once the 2019 G's are a bit more plentiful.
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i'm interested in a 2016 to 2018 G63 as well. Seems like advertised asking prices are much higher
That's what I'm saying.

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If you wait until this spring, or perhaps late summer, you should be able to get a sceamin' good deal on a pre-2019 G. These values should plummet like a rock, once the 2019 G's are a bit more plentiful.
You think so? I was hoping to use the new 19's coming in as leverage with all the leases being turned in early but I guess it doesn't hurt. My only problem is CPO'd from dealers have price ranges that fluctuate between over 10 thousand with similar mileage and same years so it's hard to know what's a good deal and what's a blatant overvalued listing.

EDIT: Just saw 2019 G63 is now live on the website and can be built, my configuration came out to be a lot less than I thought. :0

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A low mileage 2017 G here (with diamond stitch seats) will run you anywhere between 160k to 170k.
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The new Gs are considerably more expensive and I expect that after the initial disparity over 19 v pre-19 buyers the pre-19 Gs will hold value well. This sort of happened when the 13 G63s hit the market. There was a short glut of G55s on the market as folks upgraded to the newer facelifted G, which was also considerably more expensive and configurable than the G55. Ultimately, the g55s retained their value well as they tended to be benchmarked against the higher priced G63s. This is all anecdotal of course and not based on empirical data but as a 2010 G55 owner since new I've tracked the resale market quite well. I suspect good deals across the board for pre-19s for at least 2 more years as there will be a flight and a little backlog to the newer models.
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The new Gs are considerably more expensive and I expect that after the initial disparity over 19 v pre-19 buyers the pre-19 Gs will hold value well. This sort of happened when the 13 G63s hit the market. There was a short glut of G55s on the market as folks upgraded to the newer facelifted G, which was also considerably more expensive and configurable than the G55. Ultimately, the g55s retained their value well as they tended to be benchmarked against the higher priced G63s. This is all anecdotal of course and not based on empirical data but as a 2010 G55 owner since new I've tracked the resale market quite well. I suspect good deals across the board for pre-19s for at least 2 more years as there will be a flight and a little backlog to the newer models.
Well said. Once the market levels off, and it will level off, the gap will narrow. The pre 19's will hold well, there will be a market for these models. Currently the gap is so wide as the new models are considerably more than the outgoing.
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