Yes, it is crazy.I've found what looks to be a promising 2014 SE w/ 73k mi on it located in SW PA, but they have it listed for almost $24k! I've always thought I wanted a 1G RL, but I see at that price point there are many 2G RLs priced in the same ballpark (about $25k-$28k). Is it crazy to even consider the 2014 SE for that coin?
How many miles do you typically have on a vehicle before you get rid of it?
Let's assume you get a newer vehicle once your current vehicle reaches 175K miles.
That means this one has 42% of its life already used up (73K / 175K).
In other words, it only has 58% of its usable miles left.
Therefore, you shouldn't pay more than 58% of what a brand new model goes for (with 100% usable miles left).
You can get a leftover 2019 RTL for $30K or a 2020 RTL for probably $34K.
That means you should pay NO MORE than $17,500 - $19,800 for this used model with 73K miles.