I didn't pay close to MSRP, let alone over it. I believe the old pricing but I'm afraid those times have come and gone. In general, buying a car is a poor financial decision (period). Particularly cars like ours, there is so much waste and excess. Do any of us actually "need" a car like the Charger, especially those of us with larger motors?? No, we don't.
Even with significant savings, I don't see how it is possible to get into the 30k's. Below is a rough example of what I would order for a narrow body SP. Even with being at 4% under invoice, that is at $46,787.52 before TTL. A whopping $5K cash from Dodge (again, if that is ever offered again) leaves you with $41.787.52. You're at a good $44.5K by the time you're all said and done. This isn't even a WB, a Daytona, nor a ~fully~ loaded SP...
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I think we can agree the prices won't be going down, especially with the announcement of eMuscle, especially new.
Anyway, apologies for my tone.