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post #1 of 25 Old 05-23-2011, 03:16 AM Thread Starter
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Pulling the trigger tonight on an '11....maybe

Stuck on indecision here...not indecisive about an f250, just buy today, wait for better rebates on an '11 or order '12.

My best deal is about $400 under invoice and $45000 in rebates (the $3500 + 1000 owner loyalty - not sure of any others). Sticker is just under $58K for the white/tan with black interior lariat. Only option missing that I'd order is block heater and maybe supplemental cab heater.

Thoughts? There are about 25-30 F250s in my ~50 mile radius...only a few white ones...my deal is the closest match.

Let me know what y'all think:
1) F-IT, but that truck now!
2) hold off for another month or so for better MY end rebate...who cars about color
3) Just pay for what you want and order a '12.

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bumping this up....
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I was just told that job one 2012 trucks wont go into production until about 7/24 and wont hit lots for a month after that.

I am in the same possition, I want to wait for rebates etc or get a 12 but I just dont think I can wait that long.

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From what I've read the 12's won't have many changes. None that I would personally wait for. The rebates and the 0% financing seem really good to me. I would buy now. Just my .02. Good luck

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Is there 0% financing right now? For how long?

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Is there 0% financing right now? For how long?
I seen a commercial that said 0% for 60 months but it may not have been for superduty's because all I see on Fords website now is $4500 in rebates. I'm on my phone though so maybe something's not showing up.

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Yeah I looked it up, and in my zip code 0% is only for 36 months. 4.9 for 72 months is the max

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Thanks for the feedback....stars are aligning...prolly will drive a new 11 lariat....with a missing block heater home tonight!
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Yeah I looked it up, and in my zip code 0% is only for 36 months. 4.9 for 72 months is the max
So probably 2.9% for 60? Still not bad but you can't beat 0%. I got it on my wife's Tahoe and it sure is nice to see all that money go towards principle.

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Thanks for the feedback....stars are aligning...prolly will drive a new 11 lariat....with a missing block heater home tonight!
You'll be glad ya did! Post some pics when you get it.

Josh - a little off topic but did you sell yours? What's the plan for the next one?

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