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Old 06-14-2017, 11:01am   #1
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Default Is it worth buying a used z06 auto if the new 2017s are so close in price?

I was looking mainly at new 2017 2lz z06 autos but a few people told me I can save a lot by going with a lightly used 2015. The 2015 seem to have more of the heating issues and the other transmission. Numbers wise Im not seeing huge savings at all.

This dealer is selling a used 2015 2lz z06 automatic for $67,995 with 4200 miles. I can get a brand new 2017 z06 2lz automatic with PDR for $78,782. With the new one I can get financing also for 1.99 APR for 72 months. Also on the new one I can get a 10 year/100k miles full warranty for only $3000. So whats the advantage of buying the used 2015 because I seem to be getting a new car, less cooling issues, less expensive extended warranty for only $10k more?
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When you get up to those numbers and you're going to finance, monthly payments won't be that much of a difference. Me personally, if you're going to pay that much for a used, I'd opt for the new, full warranties, most bug issues eliminated, etc. Plus you don't know if any hidden abuse by another on used one.

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if the price difference is to small, i'll go for the newer one.
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Personally, I'd lean towards the new 2017 Z06. You're getting the latest model, less chance of heating issues, and that 10-year warranty deal sounds sweet for only 3k extra. Plus, the financing option is a nice bonus. Sure, the used 2015 has a lower upfront cost, but the potential long-term benefits of the new one seem worth the extra investment to me.
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Old 12-13-2023, 9:35pm   #5
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Thread was started over 6 years ago. He probably made a decision by now.
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