2018 Limited on the lot for $21,000 with 10K miles
Let's see.... MSRP $30,600 The best anyone could have bought it for was $25,000 + taxes -- let's say $2000 in taxes. Total of $27,000 (Including rebate and employee discount) Dealer trade in for this car right now averages around $18,000 +/- $800 Kelly Blue Book value.
(This meant someone lost $9000 driving around for 10,000 miles in 1 year. That's a whopping $750 a month)
If the same dealer sold this car new, bought it back and sold it again for the asking price of $21,000. They will be making $10,000 for the same car in addition to the profits they made the first time. These profits may include, hold backs, floor plan, advertising, FCA employee discount reimbursements and finance manager miscellaneous bag of tricks like, warranties, paint/fabric protection, life/health/disability insurance, and finance interest "reserve" (for example: getting a loan at 1% and selling it to the consumer for 3%)
Even if you didn't fall for those bananas in the tail pipe, they will still make a cool $10K
Selling--buying--reselling the same car.