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Old 09-28-2017, 09:49 AM   #1
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Somebody has some $$$

Ford says more than 50 percent of the Super Dutyís customers select high-end models: Limited, Lariat, King Ranch, and Platinum. As such, the company thinks thereís space for truck buyers at the highest echelons of the segment.

The Limited starts at $80,835 for the F-250, $82,010 for the F-350, and $87,100 for the F-450

Ford says the customer who ticks every option box could theoretically leave the dealer with a $94,455 F-450


I'm sure this translates to the Ram and Chevy trucks as well....I'm not that old (55) and my first house was less than that
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Well, that's MSRP.

I have a GMC Dually Denali Diesel with about every option imaginable. It has buttons I don't even know what they do. I paid $53,600. Took 8 hours of my life, but that's what I got.

And my first house that I BOUGHT, I paid full price......didn't know better. It was brand new.......and I paid $22,400. Nice brick house, 3 br's, 2 bath, etc.
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Old 09-28-2017, 10:07 AM   #3
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And the price of gas was???

Mine was 25.9 cents per gallon.

I do agree, I am not going to buy a $80,000 ford, ram, gm or tundra truck.
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And the price of gas was???

Mine was 25.9 cents per gallon.

I do agree, I am not going to buy a $80,000 ford, ram, gm or tundra truck.
$0.40 a gallon.............

And I made $6,000 a year teaching 8th graders how to count.
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Old 09-28-2017, 10:12 AM   #5
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Are these MSRP numbers? I have never paid MSRP for a vehicle, I wonder what the discounts would be and the actual amount paid once you drive off? I see a 2017 lariat F250 at an MSRP of $71K and then you click on buy it now price and it lists the truck at $54K. I would say at that discount a lot more people could afford new higher end trucks.
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Old 09-28-2017, 10:32 AM   #6
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Your right Guy's granted they are the MSRP prices....And hopefully no one out there is paying sticker price. We talk on the forum about getting about 30% off the MSRP on RV's and that's pretty standard I wonder how many out there buy and don't get that pricing or do they buy a car or truck wit that same mindset ?

I know when I bought my RAM 2500 in September of 2015 when the new 2016 where coming out they told me I could pick any 2500 one on the lot and we could do 20-25% off the sticker and then try and make your best deal. My take was dealers like that like to move more units at a lesser profit then more profit and not has many units but what do I know
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I thought the world was gonna end when a new 4x4 gaser was $25K....what do I know?
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That is why I buy vehicles that are 3-4 years old. Let the first owner take a nice depreciation hit. Oh, look, a 2014 King Ranch 350 for 46K which is a lot better than a 2017 or 2018 for 86k.
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And the price of gas was???



Mine was 25.9 cents per gallon.



I do agree, I am not going to buy a $80,000 ford, ram, gm or tundra truck.


And since there are some ages showing with that post......

I can remember my dad pulling into a gas station and telling the guy (ahh remember when you didn't have to get out of the car) give me two dollars worth - he came back and said I can't fit that much in there.
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Well, that's MSRP.

I have a GMC Dually Denali Diesel with about every option imaginable. It has buttons I don't even know what they do. I paid $53,600. Took 8 hours of my life, but that's what I got.

And my first house that I BOUGHT, I paid full price......didn't know better. It was brand new.......and I paid $22,400. Nice brick house, 3 br's, 2 bath, etc.


Wish I could get a deal like that. I wonder what I could get for my truck
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I used to think my dad was crazy for spending $20 to fill his truck.

My last fill was $85
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Go look in the news today. Ford is releasing the new F450 Limited Edition, loaded, special trim and 15 ton towing capacity...all for the low-low price of $100,000. The most expensive truck on the market today.
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Wish I could get a deal like that. I wonder what I could get for my truck
Take a drive.

Everett GMC, Bryant, AR. They gave me 46,000 for a 2 year old 3/4 ton diesel chevy with 40,000 miles on it, and sold me my new one for $53,500. Started at 10 that morning, finally agreed to deal at 8:30 at night. They didn't stop so I didn't stop.

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I paid $37k for my 2013 Chevy 2500HD Duramax with 50k miles on it and that includes and additional 5 year, 60k mile bumper to bumper warranty.
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My 2012 Silverado 3500HD SRW diesel extended cab, four wheel drive with 121,000 miles will be paid off Friday. A new dually would be nice but it's a trade off between no payments and payments.
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Talking about sticker shock. Holly Cow Batman !!!!! I can no longer afford a new truck my new 1992 F250 XLT fairly loaded was $27,000 sticker they are pushing 80K ???? Wow !!!!! My less loaded 2003 Hemi Gas 1500 Dodge was 30K sticker............... and I did not pay thay much......

I now have to wait until they are 8 years old to afford a truck I paid 17K for my current truck. No wonder good used trucks are so hard to find......
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My 2012 Silverado 3500HD SRW diesel extended cab, four wheel drive with 121,000 miles will be paid off Friday. A new dually would be nice but it's a trade off between no payments and payments.


But of course a 100,000 warranty would be nice too. I must think about this some
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Take a drive.

Everett GMC, Bryant, AR. They gave me 46,000 for a 2 year old 3/4 ton diesel chevy with 40,000 miles on it, and sold me my new one for $53,500. Started at 10 that morning, finally agreed to deal at 8:30 at night. They didn't stop so I didn't stop.

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I got to think on this ah.................. NO! Dang you can buy a decent house in this area for 80K or less ...................
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And the price of gas was???

Mine was 25.9 cents per gallon.
This kind of dates me, But - - as a teenager there were gas wars and the price got down to $0.15/gal. I bought my first house (4bd, 2bath) in 1964 for $13.5K. Gas was about $0.25/gal at the cheapee stations. But I don't wish for the good 'ol days. I was lucky to get $2 per hour. It was day to day survival. Had not idea where I was going. It's nice to be retired!!
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