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Old 12-28-2018, 06:07 AM   #18 (permalink)
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The 2017 hyundai sonata plug in hybrids are already going for $17,000 give or take. I did find a sweet dealer demo car with 500 miles on it for $20k.

Now, the the plug in 2017s are going for no more than $3,000 over the non hybrids.
That's pretty good (for me) considering the plug in hybrid when new was about $10,000 more than the non hybrid.

Catastrophic depreciation is on track or better than my projections.

By 2020 I should be able to cut check for a cherry 2017 plug in hybrid sonata.
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