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GDS-3950BH

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Posted: 06/22/21 03:05am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Found this online

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Nice, and supposedly in stock in Ohio, has just about everything I would get if doing a special order. Even called these clowns and asked about this.................the sticker lol.

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"All of our Super Dutys are priced $5000 above sticker and this price is not open to negotiation" ROFLMAO

Clicked on the "get E Price" and that came back at the "sale" price of $72K LOL.

Needless to say we talked trade, just had to do it, 2015 F250 Lariat 6.7 with 42K miles and they shot back a lowball price.........$38K........KBB says a range of $51K to $58K FWIW........

Someday things will get back to some resemblance of normal and these guys can go out back and screw themselves.

Why do I need to know what the California Air Resources board says about Environmental Performance when buying a truck in Ohio?

Welcome to 2021.

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Posted: 06/22/21 01:35pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

GDS-3950BH wrote:

Found this online

[image]

Nice, and supposedly in stock in Ohio, has just about everything I would get if doing a special order. Even called these clowns and asked about this.................the sticker lol.

[image]

"All of our Super Dutys are priced $5000 above sticker and this price is not open to negotiation" ROFLMAO

Clicked on the "get E Price" and that came back at the "sale" price of $72K LOL.

Needless to say we talked trade, just had to do it, 2015 F250 Lariat 6.7 with 42K miles and they shot back a lowball price.........$38K........KBB says a range of $51K to $58K FWIW........

Someday things will get back to some resemblance of normal and these guys can go out back and screw themselves.

Why do I need to know what the California Air Resources board says about Environmental Performance when buying a truck in Ohio?

Welcome to 2021.


Did you really expect to get into a 6 year newer truck for only 9-16K?




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Posted: 06/22/21 01:53pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

They can do that because there is a line of guys standing behind you cash in hand ready and willing to pay for that truck, whatever the price.

Now is not the time to buy.


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Wonder what they do when a person comes in with an "A" or "X" plan. I was told they get audited for those and they have to sell it for the plan price.


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Posted: 06/22/21 02:23pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

That's more than we paid for our house about 25 years ago. [emoticon]


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Was looking at Jeep Wranglers. Local dealer had a 2 year old used that they actually had priced at $5,000 over the original sticker which they had. Wouldn't even talk about it.

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Campinfan wrote:

Wonder what they do when a person comes in with an "A" or "X" plan. I was told they get audited for those and they have to sell it for the plan price.


Sure they sell at the plan price but the trade in offer is $25k.

If you don't bring a trade in, apparently it got sold while they were working on a deal for you...next one in, they will be sure to give you a call.

But really, is the bluebook that the OP suggesting, retail or wholesale prices? Dealers don't pay retail bluebook unless they get you somewhere else. There's nothing intrinsically wrong with that. They are in business to make a profit. If they buy at retail, there is no profit.

With the shortage of new truck supplies, they have little incentive to give good deals.


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That is what happens when supply is low and demand is up. No different than if you wanted to get top dollar if you sold your truck so why fault the dealership if they do the same?


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Granted, decades have gone by but:

1800-ish Square foot town home, 1992: $25,000
Airworthy but not shiny 1946 PA-12 in 1998: $23,000
Cabin + 30-ish acres in Alaska semi-wilderness: 1999: $20,000
Total-ish: $68,000
New 2019 model in late 2019: F250 Lariat 4x4, diesel, etc : List (IIRC) $65, negotiated down to $58,000. I could barely stomach the idea of paying that much for a new truck in 2019...have to agree that now is not the time for new.


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X2, Huntindog.


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