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Truthfully, I’m curious about what the ultimate TC hauler will cost. I’d like to build one just for fun.

You know what I mean by ultimate: a Crew Cab, 2WD, 7.3 Gasoline, and DRW.


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Posted: 11/04/19 08:25pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Dealers have been taking and Ford accepting orders for a while. First allocations due at dealers early Jan.


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Even before researching new options, you can start searching for a dealer who will give you $10,000 below MSRP
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I bet an 80K MSRP. Winder how much of an increase Fords will tack in to cover the new UAW contract.


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Posted: 11/05/19 09:38am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Ultimate to me would still be a SRW regular cab 4X4. [emoticon]

I think the new 7.3L is going to be awesome and I really don't anticipate very many if any issues. Its all old technology with a lot of new built into it.

The down side for me is I use my pickup a lot, 30,000 miles per year.

We have a 2016 and a 2017 F-250 regular cab 4wd and they are the hardest riding things I'v ever driven. Worse than an old Dodge.

A new truck for me these day's would be a tough choice between a Ford and a Chevy.

I would love the 7.3L, just not sure about the rest of the truck.

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I can tell you that the most butt ugly truck on the road today is the 2020 Silverado.

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If I was going to replace my F450 I would get a gas F350 for the added payload. Diesel is great power but I hate dealing with filling it. Not wanting to start a gas vs diesel argument here. Just my personal preference.


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SidecarFlip wrote:

I bet an 80K MSRP. Winder how much of an increase Fords will tack in to cover the new UAW contract.


Have seen Superduties with $120k stickers in the past, so wonder how it will play.
We do have big inflation lately and household items, plants, vegetables seem go up 20% since a year ago.
On other hand technology is getting cheaper and cheaper and when I was comparing options, GPS who cost $1100 in 2016 went down to $700 in 2017 with added voice recognition.
Either way, truck sales are good point to show strong or weak economy.
Coming to engine choice, I just bought Sprinter van. The biggest body available is like 2-3 times size of my dually, yet diesel engine delivers 22 mpg easy. Sure it is not 440HP and has minimal tow rating, but did all the freeway grades just fine.

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Posted: 11/05/19 01:29pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

The Seattle auto show is in a week or so. See the new trucks then, if I go.


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For some reason, the 2020 HD are coming out slow. My gut tells me they don't want to rush the 7.3L and 10 speed combination. These will become "killer" sales leaders for HD pickups, Class C and Class A.

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Posted: 11/05/19 06:20pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Based on all the interest in the new 7.3, I'd say Ford's marketing team has done their job quite well.

If you have plans to own one of the first 2020 7.3's, prepare to pony-up MSRP (or more) for the honor.

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