The other consideration is that my Hyundai Genesis only has 71K miles, has brand new Michelin Cross Climate 2 tires and new TPMS units, and runs perfectly. Even when the pandemic is over, I will probably only drive about 2-3K miles per year.It's a better deal to buy it at MSRP when it's popular, than with 'Circle pricing' when it's not. Not sure if you can do that now, but you definitely had the chance to do it a few months ago, like many of us did. But to each his own, of course . This was my first vehicle ever bought at MSRP (I bought it slightly below, but for practical purposes, paid MSRP), and I hesitated to do that initially... but when I realized there was nothing comparable to it even at thousands more, decided it was a good deal. And it's worth more than what I paid almost 6 months ago, so it was.