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post #1 of 88 Old 01-05-2019, 10:07 PM Thread Starter
 
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How much to pay? 570S

Since you guys are owners and know, how much does I pay for a 2017 570s with 6k to 8K miles? i know the exterior carbon package is alot leaving that out on my search..

Any idea and ball park will help...
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post #2 of 88 Old 01-05-2019, 10:44 PM
 
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I'd say around the 170 mark depending on options
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post #3 of 88 Old 01-05-2019, 11:36 PM
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For a benchmark.

I have one for sale for $161,000

2017 570s
Storm Grey
8k miles
2 Owners
Clean Carfax
65% clear bra
Skid Plates Installed

Has warranty til 11/20
Last serviced June 2018

Sticker $211k

I’ve been offered $150-$155k dealer trade in for it. (6 offers past 2 months)

So My opinion somewhere between $155k-$165k is decent depending on sticker.
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Also know that you can probably get a leftover 2018 at 10% off msrp easily. The mileage and year should add at another 15% if not more off in my opinion. Personally, I rather get a new car than a car one year older if just 15% off (the extra year of warranty is already thousands of dollars in value)
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also what are the benefits of buying from a McLaren Retailer? also what does a Mclaren Qualified mean?
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post #6 of 88 Old 01-06-2019, 03:30 AM
 
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also what are the benefits of buying from a McLaren Retailer? also what does a Mclaren Qualified mean?
in my opinion...

1. car has been "checked" by the dealer brakes/tire life/appropriate service
2. extra warranty if it qualifies or that you can negotiate
3. relationship with service?


the bad? price will be 10-15k more than
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155-165 seems doable now. depends on what you want. If you want an exact color combo and lots of carbon etc expect to pay more.
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post #8 of 88 Old 01-11-2019, 01:07 AM
 
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I got 175 for my 2018 spider with only 1300 miles... probably could have a little more !


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post #9 of 88 Old 01-11-2019, 01:59 AM
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Cargurus.com shows a couple in high 150s and quite a few in the 160-170k range. All relatively low miles and almost all are from authorized McLaren Dealers. I'd say that while not an absolute steal, if you get lucky you could snag one maybe at 150k flat.


If you are willing to consider 2016 with miles ~10-15k, you can get them as low as $147k (Note: There is one for 143k but it has a branded salvage title).

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Cargurus.com shows a couple in high 150s and quite a few in the 160-170k range. All relatively low miles and almost all are from authorized McLaren Dealers. I'd say that while not an absolute steal, if you get lucky you could snag one maybe at 150k flat.

If you are willing to consider 2016 with miles ~10-15k, you can get them as low as $147k (Note: There is one for 143k but it has a branded salvage title).
I'm considering getting a 570S later this year or early next year depending on how things go. Where do you think used prices are headed this year?

It seems to me that there will be more inventory hitting the market with cars coming off lease and owners upgrading to the 600LT. Maybe another $10k drop in 2016-2017 cars?
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Cargurus.com shows a couple in high 150s and quite a few in the 160-170k range. All relatively low miles and almost all are from authorized McLaren Dealers. I'd say that while not an absolute steal, if you get lucky you could snag one maybe at 150k flat.

If you are willing to consider 2016 with miles ~10-15k, you can get them as low as $147k (Note: There is one for 143k but it has a branded salvage title).
I'm considering getting a 570S later this year or early next year depending on how things go. Where do you think used prices are headed this year?

It seems t,o me that there will be more inventory hitting the market with cars coming off lease and owners upgrading to the 600LT. Maybe another $10k drop in 2016-2017 cars?
Always hard to know but gut feeling is more. Economy probably can't be strong for much longer. Then the next sports series should be announced by then (I was told 2019 is the last model year for 570s)
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Always hard to know but gut feeling is more. Economy probably can't be strong for much longer. Then the next sports series should be announced by then (I was told 2019 is the last model year for 570s)
Good to know, but I wouldn't expect that to have much impact until the new model is actually being sold.

I'm guessing that the 2016-2017 cars will eventually stabilize in the 120s-130s range. There are a lot of less desirable cars being sold in the $100-120k range that should provide some price support.

I try to buy my cars just as the decline in used prices is slowing. I timed my current R8 very well, and it's still holding steady. I'm thinking that a 2017 570S for about $140k might be a good target even if that takes another year.

There is already a 2017 570GT for $149,900 and a 2017 570S for $157,600 on CarGurus.
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Good to know, but I wouldn't expect that to have much impact until the new model is actually being sold.

I'm guessing that the 2016-2017 cars will eventually stabilize in the 120s-130s range. There are a lot of less desirable cars being sold in the $100-120k range that should provide some price support.

I try to buy my cars just as the decline in used prices is slowing. I timed my current R8 very well, and it's still holding steady. I'm thinking that a 2017 570S for about $140k might be a good target even if that takes another year.

There is already a 2017 570GT for $149,900 and a 2017 570S for $157,600 on CarGurus.

Yeah, I see the 149,900 570GT that you are talking about from Dimmitt Automotive. They are an authorized McLaren dealership if I'm right. The only thing somewhat offsetting about that car is that it has approximately 18k miles in 1 year, but other than that I think that car is an absolute steal and I don't see it lasting for much longer if it gets anywhere near the 138/142k range.

Again, I agree with you, I also think coupes will drop to the range you specified - $120-130k in probably 2 years time.

Off-topic: I love the R8 and who knows, I may want to get a 2017 V10 (not plus) in the future. I'm hoping that will also go down but I think it may go up sooner than later? My reasoning is that in the very near future they will be replacing their naturally aspirated engines with twin-turbos. I think that is the 2020 model?

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I'm considering buying a 570S from the original owner loaded with exterior carbon fiber pkg with 9,500 miles still under warranty until April of 2019. He is willing to sell to me for 140k but I'm concerned on how much these cars have depreciated already and maintenance cost. I'm just a middle class guy and losing a lot of money would be concerning to me , can anyone shed some light on this, also considering the 2017 R8 Spider with V10 since they look to. Be stabilizing on depreciation Any advice would be helpful
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I'm considering buying a 570S from the original owner loaded with exterior carbon fiber pkg with 9,500 miles still under warranty until April of 2019. He is willing to sell to me for 140k but I'm concerned on how much these cars have depreciated already and maintenance cost. I'm just a middle class guy and losing a lot of money would be concerning to me , can anyone shed some light on this, also considering the 2017 R8 Spider with V10 since they look to. Be stabilizing on depreciation Any advice would be helpful
You have to factor $2k in service and $4500 in extended warranty per year. Then on top of that the typical running costs. If you don’t do the service/extended warranty through McLaren, kiss your resale goodbye. These cars have a long way to depreciate considering the maintenance and warranty compared to Porsche GT cars
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