In Fifty-One (Season 5, Episode 4) Walt takes out a lease on a pair of cars for himself and Junior and sells the Pontiac Aztek for $50. I don't understand Walt's motivation to sell the car.
Why sell the car when the garage owner/mechanic made it clear that the car was good for at least another 200,000 miles?
Moreover, he proceeds to sell the car for $50, in front of his son. Why sell a car that was in perfect road condition for the low, low price of $50?
Wouldn't selling the car at such a throw-away price (if not outright ludicrous) be bound to attract undue attention, not to mention the two new cars Walt leased that day?
I understand that this is meant to portray the callous nature and swagger Walt has developed after eliminating Gus Fring, but this action seems to be stretching it a little too far.