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Old 03-13-2011, 01:47 AM
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How much for new 2010?

Was looking to buy a used 2009-2010 and came across a new 2010. Dealer said they will give me $12,000 off. I looked at Ford's website, but it doesn't show what rebates are currently available for 2010s. The trucks MSRP is $57,975. Invoice is $52,978 according to TrueCar. What would be a good, fair price?
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Old 03-13-2011, 03:54 AM
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I don't know about new, but I just bought mine, and got them to come down to 41.5K. (Original sticker was 60K) Truck has 30K miles, excellent condition. Im sure they want to get rid of it. I used the current high fuel prices to my advantage, the poor MPG (for now), and put an offer down. So looks like 45K is what they are coming to, tell them you'll give 40K and see if they lower it some more. Good luck.
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Old 03-13-2011, 05:05 AM
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$44-45K sounds right. Maybe even $43k. They were going in the $45 range a few months ago. They really gotta be wanting to get rid of them by now.
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thats not bad i would do that. thats close to the 13,500 they took of my 09 witch was the last one left as well. and the 12k off should work like 7k-8k ford rebate, 1k fmc , then the rest will be dealer rebate. thats why you can't find any thing on the website showing that. And if they don't move anymore off the 12k, see if they will throw in a few oil changes, fuel filters, or tint. But all in all it's a good deal seeing what some used ones are going for
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Old 03-13-2011, 06:31 AM
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Not to get off topic but Robertc82 how do you like going from the 6.4 to the 6.7. is the milage that much better or about the same as a tuned and deleted 6.4? And good looking fat bottom
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Old 03-13-2011, 08:04 AM
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I worked deals thru the internet for a number of weeks and was able to get just the 2010 I wanted for a little over $12K off sticker. Once caution be sure the one you are looking at is not over optioned per your taste. If so, it might be that you can get a lesser optioned 2011 (that meets your requirements) for the same price.
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Old 03-13-2011, 11:33 AM
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Search ebay and auto trader in your area for sale by owners. If you find one you like, have a Ford dealership run an Oasis report to find any warranty work or recalls with the truck. The truck in my avatar and sig was purchased for under $42k with only 4,000 miles. Found the truck on ebay. It was w/in and hour of my home so I called when it didn't sale. Bought when I pulled in the yard to see it. There are great deals out there. Just be patient(if time allows). Like 5thWheel-in stated, some of the '11s are about the same price as an optioned out '10. I would love an '11, but am very satisfied with my '10. I can put a lot of fuel in my'10 for the price difference of an '11.
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Old 03-13-2011, 01:35 PM
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I looked at a 2010 F-250 FX4 about 2 weeks ago and they wanted $44K. The truck was bone stock with 33k miles. I'm sure you could get one for a good price with the fuel prices.
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Old 03-14-2011, 08:20 AM
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I bought my 2010 F250 last august. The sticker price was 59,040. It is fully loaded and I ended up getting it for 45,000. They had to drive it from another lot about 150 miles away but for the price and how picky I was about my options I couldnt complain.
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40-45 would be fair, I paid 43 for my KR new in may 10'
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