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Mountain Mama

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Posted: 05/21/19 07:05pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

We thought these were the same, but vehicle shopping today seems it’s not any more... or was it ever??


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Neither of them matter. The only number that counts is the one you pay “out the door”.


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Posted: 05/21/19 07:57pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

To me they are the same. Where I work, the RV's have MSRP (sticker price) and sale price posted.


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The window stickers on Ford trucks actually say TOTAL MSRP plus the dollar amount in the bottom right hand corner. Dealer would love to get that price. But should not even be a talking point for buyer.

Go to nada.com, edmunds.com, or other sites and find the invoice price. And while there find if manfacturer rebates are being offered. And check dealer web sites to see if incentive discounts are being offered. And check rebate offer if using manufacturer financing. Then you will have a price starting point.

And after buying with manufacturer financing, check for better loan rates elsewhere. When I buy a new Ford I finance thru Ford and get the $1,000 rebate. Then after one month refinance the loan at a better rate elsewhere.

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camp-n-family wrote:

Neither of them matter. The only number that counts is the one you pay “out the door”.


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Sticker price is normally the one used to show you inflated value for your trade in. Cash sale of a new vehicle runs 20-35% less than sticker, value of your trade in much less.
The kicker is that they want you to believe they are giving you top price for your trade in, when in reality they are giving you bottom dollar.
Research values, sell private, buy discounted. Keep the dealers income for yourself.

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If it's the sticker from the manufacturer...that is MSRP.

If it's a special sales price the dealer puts on the window, that's different.

Nothing new.


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SDcampowneroperator wrote:

Cash sale of a new vehicle runs 20-35% less than sticker, value of your trade in much less.


Awesome, the 2019 F350 SRW 6.7 King Ranch I have been looking at, with the sticker of $82000.00, can be had for $52000.00? I'll be there when they open.

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Don't forget the sticker showing the added dealer options and the increased price.

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BillyBob Jim wrote:

SDcampowneroperator wrote:

Cash sale of a new vehicle runs 20-35% less than sticker, value of your trade in much less.


Awesome, the 2019 F350 SRW 6.7 King Ranch I have been looking at, with the sticker of $82000.00, can be had for $52000.00? I'll be there when they open.
You got to separate "Reality" from what you read on the internet.

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