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PButler96

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Stopped in the local friendly Ford dealer this morning, they had a 22 F 250 loaded up XLT CC, 6 1/2' bed,7.3 gas up on the ramps near the highway. Could of drove it home for $8K over sticker lol. The sales manager told me Ford has stopped building Super Dutys, if you order today the earliest one can expect it is May 2023......maybe, and said expect msrp to go up across the board $4K by then. They had a shiny silver F-150 lightning waiting to be delivered, it went for $25K above sticker. They just furloughed 6 sales people.

People are out of their minds.


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A friendly dealer, hard to believe.

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I was thinking about replacing one vehicle with one of the little Mavericks. My son in law was able to offer the best price. $8k over msrp.
With manufacturing starting to shut down due to fuel cost, prices will improve for the ones that can still buy.

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Mfan wrote:

A friendly dealer, hard to believe.

They're all friendly, until they get your signature and money.

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Too bad those dealer agreements don't expire.


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In today’s USA that wasn’t a bad price IMO. My local Chevy dealer is doing the same.


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I wanted to order a new loaded F150 last July. When I inquired to local dealer they said $10k over sticker. I said no thanks. Got an email a week later that said $5k over sticker. I said no thanks. Got an email a few days later that said sticker. Ended up ordering exactly what I wanted for about $2,500 under sticker. Got it 5 months later. Still considerably closer to sticker than I was used to paying. But also got far more for my old truck than it had been valued at 6 months before. So it pretty much evened out.

Last summer there were almost no F series of any flavor on the lots. Trucks on dealer order were being bought before they arrived. Most lots now have a few. I would have thought pricing would have softened a little.

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Dealers ahve found suckers that are willing to pay over sticker price, soemtimes by a large amount. Why will they lower prices? The days of discounrs of 5K to 10K are gone.

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PButler96 wrote:

Stopped in the local friendly Ford dealer this morning, they had a 22 F 250 loaded up XLT CC, 6 1/2' bed,7.3 gas up on the ramps near the highway. Could of drove it home for $8K over sticker lol. The sales manager told me Ford has stopped building Super Dutys, if you order today the earliest one can expect it is May 2023......maybe, and said expect msrp to go up across the board $4K by then. They had a shiny silver F-150 lightning waiting to be delivered, it went for $25K above sticker. They just furloughed 6 sales people.

People are out of their minds.


Actually, you haven't been able to order a superduty since March when they shut the order board down. The 2023 order board is showing it will open up Oct. 13 as of now with production starting 1-3-23. As for 4K, I wouldn't be surprised. I have noticed there has been a little inflation going on. [emoticon]


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Gooma wrote:

Dealers ahve found suckers that are willing to pay over sticker price, soemtimes by a large amount. Why will they lower prices? The days of discounrs of 5K to 10K are gone.



Maybe, but give it time and let these fuel prices, runaway inflation, and rising interest rates set in. It's definitely going to be interesting. The best deal you're going to get is already in your driveway.

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