For a 2018, you should be looking at almost $10K below MSRP. As an example the Renton Chrysler in Washington lists 6 new 2018 Hybrids on their website that are all >$9K off of list. They don't have any Limiteds left, so I can say specifically about a Limited model. I paid $33,995 for my Touring Plus. If the car is new, then it qualifies for the full $7,500 credit. I would suggest that you have the 12V battery replaced if you go down the path of a 2018. Sounds like you want to keep your car for a long time, so resale difference on a 2018 vs a 2019 won't matter that many years out.