https://www.autoweek.com/news/a1716...issing-fuel-economy-requirements-report-says/My brother in law paid 37.5k last year for his ‘21 Smoke Grey ScatPack and made a deal to sell it for 52k today.
If they’re so in demand idk why they’d stop selling them. I heard that at the rate we’re able to produce electric cars to fully replace ICE cars it’ll take 60 years, so all this “no more by XX date is BS.
They will probably follow market trends and focus on cuv\suv EVs and phevs instead of trying to find away to integrate battery packs and motors on that old platform and investment in fixing\refining their current powertrains is a dead end.
The only Chargers and Challengers that add value to the perception of the brand are the v8 models and they are gaz guzzling behemoths.
Wild that someone would pay 50k for a used Scatpack but it is a tight market and I'm sure the new owner is going to have plenty of fun in it.
At least until someone in a dual motor tesla 3 which also sells for 50 brand new doesn't enter the chat.
Then it's all cringey arguing about charging stations and roller lifter failures.
While it was fun trying to annoy them.....unfortunately, no
You now own 2 of the most versatile vehicles on the road.While it was fun trying to annoy them.....unfortunately, no
The Daytona 392 left us on 10/25....I went the COMPLETE opposite way and have a '21 Pacifica Hybrid now.
And the wife just got a '21 Pacifica (gas) last week too.
In my defense....kid number #4 is due in April
I concurYou now own 2 of the most versatile vehicles on the road.
I said I'd never drive a minivan, but after checking one out....it really is more practical & so much easier with the kids. It's loaded too
Any other SUV wouldn't have the space or functionality that the Pacifica offers. And for my short drive....the Hybrid works perfect. I've gone ~350 miles so far and haven't even used a 1/2 tank of gas (from the dealer fill up).