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Where do you see low mileage Black Edition or Premium for that matter selling pre-owned in a year to year and half from now?
Any guesses?

Looking at either a new 2012 R8 at invoice or 2012 GT-R at apparently sticker or close to it.
Will be selling for 991 Turbo in a year or year and a half. Trying to keep losses at a minimum while still haveing something fun.

Please advise best guess.

Thanks,
Jason
 

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in a yea under 10K miles hmm high 80's maybe for a BE.. premium maybe 3-4K less on average

a year from now im gonna guess i would have 7K miles on mine and wouldnt take less than 89 for it
 

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That sounds high, maybe. I would probably put 3k miles max. Think BE would bring 89k in a year?
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in a yea under 10K miles hmm high 80's maybe for a BE.. premium maybe 3-4K less on average

a year from now im gonna guess i would have 7K miles on mine and wouldnt take less than 89 for it
 

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it's weird because according to lease rates, the premium has a higher residual value than the BE for each year.
 

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Theres been a few GTR's with relatively low miles and they sell for low to mid 60's. I doubt you will see anything over 80 after a year on the BE and if you did it would take a long time to sell IMO. I know I wouldn't get one for that price, I would opt for a used 10 and save 20 grand but thats just me.
 

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That sounds high, maybe. I would probably put 3k miles max. Think BE would bring 89k in a year?
Jason
i would say expect to loose on the lower end of $6 maybe 7K in a year with low miles like that
 
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