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    Pricing trends used 500e 2017

    My husband & I have been monitoring the used 2017 500e market. Over the last several weeks we have notice an uptick in prices. Not a ton, but are taking $500 -$700 increase on $8800 vehicles. We just inquired on one from dealer and he mentioned the value has been going up recently without us even asking him about it. ie. offered it as independent.


    Anyone have any thoughts on this? What are you seening?

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    I have been tracking prices of them for a while.
    Here is the background (I cannot find the site now to cite it, but look it up).
    Sales (actually leases) of 500e weer quite strong in the beginning.
    That created market saturation after the lease expired. Hence in 2016/2017 one could get off lease for about 4000-6000 (location dependent - CA being the lowest).
    I was late to the game and got mine for 7000 in Mar-2019. At the time trade in values were about 4000-5000 for it.
    Now they went up to about 5000-6000.

    It means - they are becoming "rarity" and somehow price went up as there are still some folks who want to try them and finding EV for low money is not easy anymore.

    If you can get one at decent price now - do it. Check what is the trade in (use carvana, carmax, and others) to kind of guide you how much you would lose if you did not like the car.
    That's what I do.


    But I change cars way too often...
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    I just bought my 2016 500e with 27k miles last weekend. I paid $6950 for it which I thought was a really great deal. In just the last few days I have seen the prices go up. True Car sent me an email saying the prices have gone up as well.

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    I think PLP is on the mark. Dealers could pick up 3 yo 500e's as low as $4500, but your $7K price was close to what I saw them selling at, in CA. As you say, it depends where you lived. Trucking one to Oregon was $500 to $1000, but dealers were selling the same car at $11K.

    There is a pair of 2018 500e's (new cars) for sale in Milwaukee OR at $23K... or about $12,600 off retail price. Oh, if you qualify as a lower income family, there's an additional $7500 rebate offered in Oregon, dropping the 500e's price to $15,500... about the cost of a 500 Pop. Caveat: Knowing this dealer, the $23K could already include that rebate, but it might be worth checking out.

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    I just bought a 2016 Fiat 500e with 13,800 miles for $7600 from Red Rock Automotive in Scottsdale, AZ. They sell mostly used off lease electric cars of all brands. Our neighbors are all astonded by this car. They all have driven it and love it for its good room for 2, quick accleration and cute funky style. I charge it at home on a 120 volt outlet using the supplied Fiat charging system. No problems at all.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scratchman View Post
    I just bought a 2016 Fiat 500e with 13,800 miles for $7600 from Red Rock Automotive in Scottsdale, AZ. They sell mostly used off lease electric cars of all brands. Our neighbors are all astonded by this car. They all have driven it and love it for its good room for 2, quick accleration and cute funky style. I charge it at home on a 120 volt outlet using the supplied Fiat charging system. No problems at all.
    How long does a full charge take?

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    Quote Originally Posted by tvmaster View Post
    How long does a full charge take?
    At full power, 240V at 30 amps, a full 0-100% charge is just shy of 4 hours. At 120V and 12 amps, which the provided OEM EVSE offers, the 0-100% charging time is 16 - 17 hours. Note that if time is really an issue, then generally one would charge to the needed range and then proceed.

    ga2500ev

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    Quote Originally Posted by ga2500ev View Post
    At full power, 240V at 30 amps, a full 0-100% charge is just shy of 4 hours. At 120V and 12 amps, which the provided OEM EVSE offers, the 0-100% charging time is 16 - 17 hours. Note that if time is really an issue, then generally one would charge to the needed range and then proceed.

    ga2500ev
    I can add something here.
    More info on charging.
    The 16-17 hours may extend to even 24 hours if the battery needs to be warmed up... and it may easily take 2-3 kWh of energy.
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    I'm going to pick up a 2017 with only 7k miles on Saturday. $9,600 OTD. Seems a bit on the high side, but it is super clean and still under factory warranty for another 10 months. Plus when I look in a 500 mile radius this one actually is the least expensive low mileage 2017. Carvana has one listed at $13,500 with similar miles. A Maserati dealer has a 2018 for $12,900.

    I see some in CA for $7-8k, but when you factor in shipping halfway across the country it's almost a wash. I guess the only way to get them real cheap is if you can buy one straight from auction.

    I'm just buying one for strictly commute. 60 miles round trip. It should pay for itself in gas savings, considering I am paying about $200mo for gas in my truck right now. I was going to pay cash, but USAA rates are so low the payments will be offset by the gas savings and I earn more interest with money in the bank.

    My only concern is it's showing 47 miles with 84% charge in pics, but probably just because it has been sitting on lot for some time.

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    Has anyone been successful in purchasing their own Fiat 500e upon end of their lease directly from FCA? I tried to talk to them about purchasing mine, for a market price around $8,000, but they seem to want to rather send it to auction where they will get max $6,000. They will sell it to me at the lease end contract price of over $20,000, but refuse to negotiate with me.

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