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As we all predicted, Black is less desirable than green and those are the cars getting the biggest discounts at the moment. A Black fully optioned model with 515 miles turned up yesterday:

https://www.cars.com/vehicledetail/detail/785215660/overview/

Also, I found another 'used' Bullitt with just 96 miles. However when selling a car, it's probably a good attention to detail to be sure the shift knob is straight!

 

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FYI:Just did a cursory search of new Bullitts for sale at a few local dealerships. I searched 8 Ford dealerships that butt up against each other along the State Route 99 corridor (Central valley California). I found 35 new Bullitts in inventory for sale. Most were advertised at MSRP. Only one or two dealerships were advertising $500-$1000 off of MSRP. All the dealerships had two or more 2019 Bullitts in inventory in both colors. IMHO it appears there is a serious glut of inventory out there. This is even before the new 2020's imminent release. I believe that if one waits longer, there will be some great deals to be made. Searching the internet the lowest new Bullitt I saw were Black colored ones in Florida for $44,000 and change. I think with this amount on inventory, by January 2020 and beyond, new 2019 Bullitt could be obtained under $40,000.
 

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Discussion Starter #45 (Edited)
We have a new leader, in both lowest price AND highest mileage.

Introducing our first sub $40k 2019 Bullitt.....with 34,000 (yes you read that right, 34 THOUSAND) miles!!!

https://www.cars.com/vehicledetail/detail/788267624/overview/

This this just looks tired! Look at the seats...







To me that is significantly overpriced, a max of $5k less than you can now get a new 2019 for.

K2990 (see post #36) has been reduced by $1.5k to $40,977, so becomes the second cheapest Bullitt available now. They seem to have removed the photo showing the K number.
 

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The instagaram car and the car above keep getting dropped. The former is just over $39k now and the latter has been dropped to $36K. I don't think either is worth much over $30k given what you can buy new or lightly used 19's for now.

Talking of 19's. If this were October 2020 I'd be buying this. It's the cheapest loaded model I have seen, is 'used' with 500 miles on the clock but is less than $42k



https://www.cars.com/vehicledetail/detail/780236873/overview/
 

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Subtract 1 from "20" and the year becomes magically correct - 2019 :)
 
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Not surprisingly the one above sold within a few days. Some new listings on cars.com:

$41,000 with 2500 miles.
https://www.cars.com/vehicledetail/detail/779753946/overview/

"Used" with 388 miles, for $42,291
https://www.cars.com/vehicledetail/detail/786394348/overview/

1471 miles for $42,230
https://www.cars.com/vehicledetail/detail/780993652/overview/

Looks to be a fully loaded model with 4000 miles for $42,487. The protective film is still on the screen!
https://www.cars.com/vehicledetail/detail/782627884/overview/

Brand new 2019 with just 11 miles for $42,988
https://www.cars.com/vehicledetail/detail/751634804/overview/

Another fully loaded model, with 5000 miles for $43k
https://www.cars.com/vehicledetail/detail/780742562/overview/

And another, this time with 9000 miles for $44k (a bit on the steep side)
https://www.cars.com/vehicledetail/detail/788329526/overview/

Contrast that with a 'Used' with just 708 miles for $46k
https://www.cars.com/vehicledetail/detail/790891216/overview/

Finally, one of the cheapest used now available is $40k, with 2400 miles
https://www.cars.com/vehicledetail/detail/778808021/overview/
 

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I'm seeing nice low mile 19s for under $40k. I have seen brand new ones for $44k. They are really dropping in price/value.
 

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Missed that one. They sure didn't do a very good job with the pics. It looks like it was lacking the love of a good owner. Rode hard and put away wet???
It appears to me as though it was just photographed 'as is' when traded in. Indeed with that many miles in such short of time I'd imagine it has been rode hard.

I'm seeing nice low mile 19s for under $40k. I have seen brand new ones for $44k. They are really dropping in price/value.
Indeed. And to think some people were paying $60K for them a year ago. There are nearly 900 (that's 10% of production) 2019's brand new still sitting on lots, they are never going to sell them now except at a significant discount. I'll be in a position to buy next year and while the wait has been hard, I've saved money to buy other cars I want and not everyone's situation is the same. Some people who have the 'you only live once' attitude are fortunate to have the wealth (or generosity) to live like that. A guy I work with has the latest toys and a new truck, but barely has $10 to his name each month.

There will always be the 'gotta have it now' people and that's fine. I will just enjoy my car more when it hasn't crippled me financially.
 

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Missed that one. They sure didn't do a very good job with the pics. It looks like it was lacking the love of a good owner. Rode hard and put away wet???
They have finally cleaned it up, though not under the hood I might add:





Also maybe it's just me but it looks like they've glossed to leather on the seats up, looks hideous!



The close up interior shots also show they haven't cleaned it properly, still a sub $30k car in my opinion.
 

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:D For a possible 1 year old car that 2019 fits the “Rode Hard and Put Up Wet” moniker!
 
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They have finally cleaned it up, though not under the hood I might add:





Also maybe it's just me but it looks like they've glossed to leather on the seats up, looks hideous!



The close up interior shots also show they haven't cleaned it properly, still a sub $30k car in my opinion.
I don't understand how someone can buy a car like that, and not take care of it! Maybe Daddy bought it for him/her..:frown2:
 
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