Over the past 24 hours I’ve gotten emails alerting me to price reductions on five of the 43 cars* I have saved in my CarMax profile. Not a lot – $601 per car, but in the year I’ve been tracking unicorns I’ve never gotten this many. Curious….New Year’s sale (CarMax doesn’t do sales) or is this related to the massive increase in inventory I blogged about last month ( The $577 Million Car Loan and Other Fascinating CarMax “Analytics” ) .
*I have 110 cars in my profile but many are listed as “No Longer Available”. I keep them because more than a few resurface in another city, or even a few have been sold back to CarMax and show up back on the market. That’s how I knew the 2010 Jaguar XKR I declined in January 2017 sold in Maryland, and was traded in and offered again in Virginia in December for $1,000 more than last year!
Here’s the unicorns I’ve been alerted to today:
$17,998 – Stupid Low Mileage 2006 Mustang GT
$12,599 – Rare 250hp V6 VW EOS
$10,599 Low Mileage Retro Cruiser
$15,998 – Haven’t written about this little guy but love the 3.2l 6 cylinder in this clean, old, low mileage Audi. Plenty of pep for dirt cheap.
$21,998 – Haven’t written about this one either, but seriously, why would you drive a Camry when you can have this style, a V8, and a warranty that makes it as cheap to drive a Camry?