I talked with the owner of a Chevrolet dealership that took in two 2004 SSR's for trade-ins over Thanksgiving. One was a yellow, window stickered at $46,900, had 3,500 miles on it, and in perfect condition. The dealer wholesaled it last week for $29,500. he also has a redline line 2004, 5,200 miles, stickered at $44,145 and he wholesaled it to the same buyer for $29,000. This equates to a 37% depreciation in 10 months of ownership! I just didn't think the SSR would lose so much value in such a short period of time. Yeah, I know how much fun they are, and how good looking they are, and how much attention they garner, but this much depreciation is one helluva hit! The market place sets the price of all vehicles and I guess this is what is happening to us now. General Motors says the SSR is a $46,000 vehicle but the buyers are saying something different. They say it is a mid thirties price and the market is verifying it. Yes, I'm still happy with my Redline Red, 2003 SSR, but I can't say that I'm happy with the amount of dollars of depreciation it has incurred. I'll probably get flamed by other owners, and Marc in particular, for blasphemy by voicing this but when I see SSR's going for under $30,000 it shocks me! Who would have thunk it?