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Fair price for a fully loaded 2010 F250 Lariat CCSB 4wd???

So, I traded my '06 6.0L F250 last November for my current '10 F150 Platinum and not happy with the step down at all. I'm currently looking at fully loaded 2010 F250 CCSB 4wd Lariats and want to know what a good deal and a fair deal would be? I'm seeing a lot in the mid-to-upper 40's, but I think that is too high.

Anyone have access to the Manheim Market Reports? I did a quick check on NADA and KBB, but I don't feel those are very accurate with the current market.

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So, I traded my '06 6.0L F250 last November for my current '10 F150 Platinum and not happy with the step down at all. I'm currently looking at fully loaded 2010 F250 CCSB 4wd Lariats and want to know what a good deal and a fair deal would be? I'm seeing a lot in the mid-to-upper 40's, but I think that is too high.

Anyone have access to the Manheim Market Reports? I did a quick check on NADA and KBB, but I don't feel those are very accurate with the current market.

Thanks in advance...
my neighbor just told me today that he was looking at an 08 cc lariat with 34,000 miles , dealer asking $34,500
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bought my 2010 lariat 4wd fx4 26000 41,000 is what i paid..
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Yeah, I'm thinking low 40's is reasonable. I found a 2011 Lariat in NC for less than $40K, but it has the 6.2L V8...

2011 F250 Lariat

There is a 2010 Lariat in NC I want, but the dealer is asking $49,900. I'm going to see how set they are in their price.

2010 F250 Lariat
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Yeah, I'm thinking low 40's is reasonable. I found a 2011 Lariat in NC for less than $40K, but it has the 6.2L V8...

2011 F250 Lariat

There is a 2010 Lariat in NC I want, but the dealer is asking $49,900. I'm going to see how set they are in their price.

2010 F250 Lariat
i paid 40.500 for my 08.....new
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I would look at 08s if u are looking for a 6.4 and want in a better price range
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I got my king Ranch with the rims and bumper B&W turn over ball with 55k on it, after taxes for $36k and since i got my truck i have seen better deals here and there. Happy hunting man
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I got a reply back from the dealer in NC asking $49,900 for the '10 F250. They came down to $43,500. I'm going to see if I can get them to come down even more.

Thanks for the input, guys. I figured low 40's would be a good deal on a fully-loaded, low-mileage 2010 truck. NADA and KBB have these priced way higher.
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The economy and gas prices have really driven the prices down on these big trucks. 40 is way to much.I was priced a loaded 2011 for 50. Why do you not like the f150. Does it happen to have the 3.5 ecoboost engine. I am contemplating trading my f350 in on one. Just would like some feedback on people that have towed alot with one.
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hodge1995...my F150 is able to do everything my F250 diesel did, just my personal preference to get back in a diesel. My 2010 has the 5.4L 3V V8 and is more than capable of towing anything I need it to tow.
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