According to the principles of economics, your Clarity is worth less than the overall cost that a savvy buyer can get a new one for. Factoring in the federal, state incentives and my dealer discount, I paid about $27000 before tax and registration. There was a poster who said he got a $3000 discount, which is completely believable since my local dealer has only sold one Clarity so far (mine last Dec) with the remaining ones in his lot languishing for months. Thus, I would be shocked if anyone would pay me more than $26000 for my 3 month old Clarity Touring. That being said, starting at my actual price point of $27000, it should hold it's resale value pretty well compared to other cars where someone actually paid a full $37000 before tax/reg. Of course, all this changes if the incentives go away.