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Old 11-16-2017, 12:27 PM
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Lewisville just has the snotty grandkids driving 80k plus floating stereo's that disguise as wakeboats...
Now were talking lol
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Old 11-16-2017, 02:22 PM
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Think depending on the lake it is a variable. Hell my boat is a bunch of washed up 30 somethings.. none of which have a six pack... ok maybe consume a 6 pack or two a day...
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Old 11-16-2017, 04:13 PM
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Man it's hard to say. I can't believe there's wake boats with $200 stickers, say 150 for a deal on a decked out, pick your boat.
Agree with the rest, makes the boat I bought for $40k better part of 10 years ago still worth about 40. I've only put 200 hours on it though.
Considering a primo X25 or 45 still goes for about $60k, I think $70k is a good ballpark + or - 10.

Dang Thrall. You put way more hours on this board than you have that boat.
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Old 11-16-2017, 05:26 PM
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Dang Thrall. You put way more hours on this board than you have that boat.
Brilliant observation!
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Old 11-16-2017, 05:29 PM
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Old 11-16-2017, 05:38 PM
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Thoughts... Different areas will hold value better than others? I’m finding while I keep my eyes open for a nice X25 in the $60K range, excluding 2012. I’m finding a wide range on the prices of similar boats/years. I’m thinking the higher priced ones are those who bought it wrong and are trying to get out of it? You think the sweet spot on a 5 year old nicely equipped 25 is $60K?
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Old 11-16-2017, 10:44 PM
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Think depending on the lake it is a variable. Hell my boat is a bunch of washed up 30 somethings.. none of which have a six pack... ok maybe consume a 6 pack or two a day...
That sounds like my boat or at least myself.
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Old 11-18-2017, 04:37 PM
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Thoughts... Different areas will hold value better than others? I’m finding while I keep my eyes open for a nice X25 in the $60K range, excluding 2012. I’m finding a wide range on the prices of similar boats/years. I’m thinking the higher priced ones are those who bought it wrong and are trying to get out of it? You think the sweet spot on a 5 year old nicely equipped 25 is $60K?
A few notes on this:. You can equip boats these days with$10K - 35K worth of options or more fairly easily... And this creates a really wide range of prices for each model. You can spend substantial money on stereos, towers, trailers, engines, touch screens, platform options, flake charges per section, led rings, and all kinds of crazy stuff. Therefore, you really have to look closely to compare apples to apples on the prices.

This being said, there are certainly people who are more upside down on their loans, and want to see how much of that they can recoup when they sell a used one. And of course what something is worth is really only dictated by what someone else is willing to pay for it. This time of year you will find boats that are priced right to sell because it's the beginning of winter, and you will find ones that are way overpriced because they're trying to get out of a loan or they simply don't know what the accurate resale value is on their boat. My $0.02.
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Old 11-18-2017, 04:41 PM
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Thoughts... Different areas will hold value better than others? Im finding while I keep my eyes open for a nice X25 in the $60K range, excluding 2012. Im finding a wide range on the prices of similar boats/years. Im thinking the higher priced ones are those who bought it wrong and are trying to get out of it? You think the sweet spot on a 5 year old nicely equipped 25 is $60K?
I would say so. Our 5 year old 25 with GSA sold for about that late last year. (2011 with 400hrs)
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Old 11-18-2017, 07:13 PM
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I would say so. Our 5 year old 25 with GSA sold for about that late last year. (2011 with 400hrs)
Sounds promising, Im close to swapping up to a 2011 25. Lots of options, 5.7. Great colors, excellent condition, Under 400 hours, under $60k. Stay tuned...
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