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Old 06-22-2010, 04:02 PM
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Invoice Is $51556..Does That Sound Right?

Thanks to the responses to my other threads. The invoice the dealer showed me on the truck I'm looking at is $51556. It is a 2010 Lariat F350 FX4, Pueblo Gold, and as near as I can determine the only thing it does not have is navigation & moon roof.
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thought you were trading?

Sounds close. Thats before all the rebates im guessing?
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sounds about right, these trucks are costly....
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AW794..I would be trading in my 2008. Yes that price is before any rebates. My current payment is $741 per month (I have 70 months left). The payment on this 2010 truck would be $760 per month (84 months). I almost always pay $200-300 more each month but like the 84 month schedule in case things get tight. Plus, since I use the truck for my business, I can write off the payments. I guess I did not realize that these trucks cost so much even to the dealer.
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AW794..I would be trading in my 2008. Yes that price is before any rebates. My current payment is $741 per month (I have 70 months left). The payment on this 2010 truck would be $760 per month (84 months). I almost always pay $200-300 more each month but like the 84 month schedule in case things get tight. Plus, since I use the truck for my business, I can write off the payments. I guess I did not realize that these trucks cost so much even to the dealer.
I'm not trying to be into your buisiness, but DEAR GOD!!! Screw That!!! Having said that, Good luck getting the new rig man and hope you enjoy it!
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AW794..I would be trading in my 2008. Yes that price is before any rebates. My current payment is $741 per month (I have 70 months left). The payment on this 2010 truck would be $760 per month (84 months). I almost always pay $200-300 more each month but like the 84 month schedule in case things get tight. Plus, since I use the truck for my business, I can write off the payments. I guess I did not realize that these trucks cost so much even to the dealer.
Im thinking resale value, the 2010 will bring you more in the long run. I say go for the trade. What is your interest rate at?
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I'm not trying to be into your buisiness, but DEAR GOD!!! Screw That!!! Having said that, Good luck getting the new rig man and hope you enjoy it!
First, I love the lil video in your signature!

Secondly, $760 a month isnt bad at all for a new truck especially if your paying extra towards the principle every month. it really isnt bad considering I'd be paying $1000 per month for a brand new 2011 for 72 months.
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what is the price on the window sticker, my truck has everything but sunroof and nav with a 54,5xx windown sticker and i got it for $43,500, you are getting SCREWED @ $51,000 also a rule of thumb is never finance a truck for more than 60 months, if you cant afford it at that then you probably dont need it. unless it is 0% interest. anything more than 60 months and you will be stuck without losing money, unless you are going to keep it forever.
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Gas Sucks...Window sticker is $58,709
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Gas Sucks...Window sticker is $58,709
you should be able to get atleast $11,000 off of window sticker, i talked to 3 different dealers and they all came atleast that much off. I bought an 06 ford in early 07 and they came 12,000 off. Trust me they have more wiggle room, if not talk to other dealerships, dont get yourself in a bind, no sense in paying more if you dont have to
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