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I'm a past Ford owner (a troll) and keep up with what's going on with Ford. It's tough these days to know what is and isn't a good deal. When I bought my Ford F350 I got $13,000 off MSRP. However, I didn't get the exact truck that I wanted. It was an XLT and didn't have all the options I wanted. It's tough getting a 1-year old used truck because it seems that you can buy a new one for approximately the same price. When it came time to trade in my Ford, the NADA price was way discounted from what I paid.
My advice is to go to edmunds.com or KBB.com and put in all the options you're looking for on the truck and see what price you should pay. Then go to the dealers and see who will give you the best deal. If you want or need to have a truck right away, buy it and forget about what you paid. You'll always hear about somebody getting a better deal. However, if you get a truck with all the options you're looking for and you enjoy the truck, then it doesn't matter what you paid. By the way, I live in Salt Lake and the Ford Dealers are advertising more than $13,000 off msrp on heavy duty trucks. I don't know if it's for F250 and F350's or if it includes the Lariats or King Ranches.
SOLD F350 XLT 6.4L 4x4 FX4, Long Bed
2011 3500 Laraime Longhorn, 6.7L HO, 4x4
2006 6 Cyl 4x2 Toyota Tundra (beater)
Tows 26-foot Tracer, Honda Rancher, YZ450F
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