When Canada hosted the G7 political summit earlier this summer, someone thought it was a good idea to buy hundreds of brand-new 3.6-liter V6 2018 Chrysler 300s, Chevy Suburbans and others. Now Canada is selling them off with holes in the bumpers, low mileage and pretty good prices. Do you want a used black V6 2018 Canada-built Chrysler 300? Do you want five? Because the government is also selling them off in batches of five. Now would be a great time to start a black car service from the ground up. As Autoweek calculated, the average asking price of $25,343 Canadian for each 300 is about $19,300 in U.S. money, which isn’t so bad considering it starts at nearly $29,000 new here, and the ones for sale only have about 1,000 miles of use so far. There are 140 300s for sale, 154 Chevy Suburbans, 109 Toyota Sienna minivans, and 28 Dodge Chargers for sale, though the catch is that all of them served in motorcades for politicians and their staff and security, so they all have plugged holes in the bumpers that used to house flashing LED lights. There are also some administrative cars with less “damage” for sale, including Ford Explorers and Escapes, Mitsubishi Outlanders, Dodge Journeys and Nissan Rogues, according to Autoweek. You can find them by searching on the government’s sale website. Canada’s the National Post reports that the government spent $23 million buying over 630 brand-new vehicles for this year’s G7 summit, which the government claimed… [Read full story]
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