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I will be loving the resale value in 2020, with what I think will be about 55,000 unmolested miles on it :)
 

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I will be loving the resale value in 2020, with what I think will be about 55,000 unmolested miles on it :)
Lol, so you say, "unmolested".
 

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I don't know what "unmolested" means in terms of a jeep, but with that in mind I know what I have done to my jeep, and while inside my jeep, so its safe to say its been molested.....
 

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I want 30 years out of my JK. Seriously.
Can't find a "thumbs up" emoticon, but I'm in it for the long-term, too. I'm not one to change vehicles every two years. Unfortunately, I can't seem to part with my comfy old friends, too, which is why I rotate three Jeeps as daily drivers. :)
 

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hows the jeep wrangler a "compact SUV" especially when they have a picture of the 4 door JKU????
 

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Well, its not all true..this is based of of 2012 Wranglers and in Canada the 2016 MSRP is MUCH higher than MSRP was in 2012... You could buy a Rubi in the mid 30s in 2012...now try $50k... thats the real reason resale has been crazy strong.. while other vehicle didn't move up there prices as hard
 

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ouch just looked online for a base 2016 sport JKU and its 43 000$....and thats for a manual with no a/c, dual top group and max tow package.

I payed 35 000$ for mine and i have an auto with a/c back in sept 2014....
 

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@Daranello You must not have been paying attention at other vehicles: a Grand Cherokee Overland now breaks $60,000; Ford Explorers now easily break $50,000; Dodge Challengers used to top at $51,000, now SRTs (excluding Hellcat) are approaching $60,000...etc.

And it is not just top of the line vehicles: you can now load a Honda Civic into $30,000 territory, even a Toyota Camry can approach $40,000 --who would want to do that is another question.
 

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Well, its not all true..this is based of of 2012 Wranglers and in Canada the 2016 MSRP is MUCH higher than MSRP was in 2012... You could buy a Rubi in the mid 30s in 2012...now try $50k... thats the real reason resale has been crazy strong.. while other vehicle didn't move up there prices as hard
And that's the correct answer. My 2013 Suburban in 2016 guise would cost $65k. They just keep sending the new vehicle pricing higher and higher and that means less depreciation on the still-kinda-new cars.
 
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