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Seeking advice from the forum on selling my 2023 Jaguar F-Pace SVR Edition 1988

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This is not a for sale post, I'm just seeking advice from the forum.

I'm going to be selling my 2023 Jaguar F-Pace SVR Edition 1988. The car has only 585 miles, has full PPF on the car, and 2 key fobs. Car is located in Northern Virginia.
Should I sell it back to the dealer or deal with doing a private sale? What would be a fair asking price? Need to sell this fast as I'm moving. All comments welcome.

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What extra options and what did you pay for it. Dealer may not give you a "fair price" considering they know what you paid for it. Try Carvana or Vroom on line and see what they will offer.
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Bummer man ... I'm sure you're disappointed in having to let it go!!

I would think you could get a good price - IF - you can find the buyer that specifically wants the 1988. With the right buyer... I would guess $100K ... give or take.
Selling back to the dealer will most likely be at a significant loss (maybe low 90's ??), because they can afford to wait on the buyer that wants the 1988.

Don't be surprised if the Dealer is somewhere in the high $80's ... they will probably be protecting the $100k-ish sell point and will want significant profit when doing so.

Of course, this is just a WAG (Wild-Ass Guess) based on my history dealing with Harley and their "specialized" vehicles (CVO's). They drop FAST when you either trade them, or need to get out of the vehicle quickly. I would geuss the 1988 would follow suit. Only way it works out for you is if you find someone that simply HAS to have the 1988. All others will be looking at the vehicle as just another SVR.

Maybe use BaT if you have enough time?

Hope this helps ...
What are you looking to get for it?
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We just got back from our JLR dealer. We were there looking for an SVR in white pearl, but my wife really wanted an ‘88. We kind of chuckled and he went to see if any WP were in country. About 10 mins later he came back and said he can get an ‘88 enroute, so we made a deal at MSRP.

This becomes hugely relevant - as long as new ‘88s can be had at MSRP, it negates any premium a 1988 edition may carry in the secondary market.

Good luck, I hope it works out for you …
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