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4x4ord

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Posted: 02/26/21 09:14am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

N-Trouble wrote:

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Why not buy a new 2021 Super Duty and then replace it when the 2023's come out?


Ah Sure, You payin?

What a dumb comment... How do YOU know anyones financial situation?


I don't know his financial situation. I simply asked a question. I guess it depends on how well you do on your buying and selling but in my case the longer I keep a truck the more it costs me to own.


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MFL wrote:

Grit dog wrote:

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Why not buy a new 2021 Super Duty and then replace it when the 2023's come out?


Because most people don’t subscribe to your “ it’s cheaper in the long run to buy a new truck every couple years” plan.


I think this idea may work for the perpetual truck payment people. After making payments for a couple years, start over, new truck, same payment?? Not sure though...never had a truck payment, or full coverage insurance on any of my 10 new truck purchases. For me, money saved on interest/insurance, like getting one truck free! [emoticon]

Like mentioned, many would not subscribe to my method, or thought! What would I do in an accident, my truck totaled, just liability ins? Luckily never happened, but answer "just eat it, replace".

Jerry


Well , while you mentioned it, whats the biggest hit on insurance is it not,liability ???. So I assume ,then no collision ,and comprehensive ??

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4x4ord wrote:

N-Trouble wrote:

4x4ord wrote:

Why not buy a new 2021 Super Duty and then replace it when the 2023's come out?


Ah Sure, You payin?

What a dumb comment... How do YOU know anyones financial situation?


I don't know his financial situation. I simply asked a question. I guess it depends on how well you do on your buying and selling but in my case the longer I keep a truck the more it costs me to own.


Want to compare money spent for nearly 23 years on two trucks that I have owned . 16 years with a new 1999 Superduty 350, nearly 7 years with a 2014 Ram 3500 . Lets see what we come up with , want to bet who has spent the most. [emoticon]

On edit , I am willing to bet I spent less on those two trucks ,then you have spent on just the one ,and if not mistaken you got a new 2021 or one coming ??

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This has nothing to do with new Ford interiors, kids.
And if you want 4x4ords theory on vehicle costs, look it up. He’s posted it here before.


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cummins2014 wrote:

4x4ord wrote:

N-Trouble wrote:

4x4ord wrote:

Why not buy a new 2021 Super Duty and then replace it when the 2023's come out?


Ah Sure, You payin?

What a dumb comment... How do YOU know anyones financial situation?


I don't know his financial situation. I simply asked a question. I guess it depends on how well you do on your buying and selling but in my case the longer I keep a truck the more it costs me to own.


Want to compare money spent for nearly 23 years on two trucks that I have owned . 16 years with a new 1999 Superduty 350, nearly 7 years with a 2014 Ram 3500 . Lets see what we come up with , want to bet who has spent the most. [emoticon]

On edit , I am willing to bet I spent less on those two trucks ,then you have spent on just the one ,and if not mistaken you got a new 2021 or one coming ??


Our total costs might not be that much different. I didn't buy anything around 1999 but I did buy a new truck in 2011, 2016, 2017, 2021. If I could sell the one in my garage for $85k (and I'm certain I could) I'd be out $20k over the past 10 years... $2000 CAD/year. I'm going to guess if you sold the one in your garage you'd get about 15k less than what you paid for it in 2014.... so about $2140 USD/year. And you've likely spent a little more on things like tires, oil changes and repairs than I have. On the other hand, we have to recognize that mine has cost me a little more on the opportunity cost of the additional money I have had tied up in a truck.

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I've been wondering the same thing. Supposedly they are cutting off new orders on 3/15 for 2021's. I've read rumors of an update for 2022, and 2023. I wish they would update the interio for 2022, that is the part of the truck that needs help. I like the Ram and Chevy interiors better, but really want the new 7.3 and 10spd.

I'd think that if it was gonna be 2022 we would have seen some pics somewhere by now, but I'm hoping they go ahead and update.

I'm probably gonna buy a new truck in the next year, my 2002 is about ready for retirement.


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maybe its because i have the Platinum but i/m very happy wit the interior even nearly 4 years later, it has worn extremely well and still looks darn near new. Other than the huge 12" screens in the new trucks i don't feel anything is missing or outdated looking and its paid for in another few months.....


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Well , while you mentioned it, whats the biggest hit on insurance is it not,liability ???. So I assume ,then no collision ,and comprehensive ??


Correct, no collision or comp. Liability $173 per year

Jerry





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I'm probably gonna buy a new truck in the next year, my 2002 is about ready for retirement.


My 2,000 7.3 Diesel F350 4X4 CC LB DRW is just getting its second wind. [emoticon]

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wowens79 wrote:

I've been wondering the same thing. Supposedly they are cutting off new orders on 3/15 for 2021's. I've read rumors of an update for 2022, and 2023. I wish they would update the interio for 2022, that is the part of the truck that needs help. I like the Ram and Chevy interiors better, but really want the new 7.3 and 10spd.

I'd think that if it was gonna be 2022 we would have seen some pics somewhere by now, but I'm hoping they go ahead and update.

I'm probably gonna buy a new truck in the next year, my 2002 is about ready for retirement.
I would assume the next-gen Super Duty's will eventually get the F150 interiors, just like they did in 2017.

Ref your comment about interiors, most trade journals seem to favor the Ram interior. Ford feels the need to "picture frame" or exaggerate every part of the dash (especially with the new '21 F150)---forming IMO an overly modular, blocky appearance. Ram has a much more smooth, seamless transition from one part of the dash to another.

We're also going to be in the market for a new 1-ton truck about a year from now. We're hoping Ram starts using the 1500's new crew cab and a 10-speed behind the Cummins by MY 2023. If not, we'll probably be looking hard at the next gen F350's instead.

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