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Old 05-31-2012, 02:13 PM
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2012 F250 Deals......

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I just sold my 2002 7.3. Thought it would take some time to sell it, but it only took 7 hours. Uggg but good. Now I'm looking for a 2012 F250 or F350 CCSB 4x4 Lariet that is basically fully loaded, minus the King Ranch option. I've been quoted everything from 59 to 61 out the door. That's at invoice and with X plan.Seems high but I haven't bought one since 2002. Guess my question is, would it be better to wait till maybe Fourth of July weekend to see if the rebates come up on the Superduties or just take the deal that they are giving me. I've been quoted everything from X plan to invoice. Right now the only thing I'm missing out on is the $1000 rebate for financing since I'm paying cash. Thanks for any info.

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Old 05-31-2012, 04:03 PM
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that seems way high, my dealership after negotiation was about 12k under sticker
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Finance like 5000 of it and get the rebate then just pay it off a month later.


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59k-61k sounds more like sticker for a loaded Lariat. Definitely is not invoice at those prices. X-plan and rebates knocked 8-9k off sticker price on my truck. Sticker on my truck was 61k. I paid 52 and change.
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Finance like 5000 of it and get the rebate then just pay it off a month later.


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I'm pretty sure you have to make 3 payments on time, then you can pay it off.
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yea I'm seeing trucks around me for about 12,000 off of sticker that price your getting is way high
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I just finished the same process in north Texas. Here the dealers are 11-14k off msrp with all the rebates etc. I just bought a fully loaded F250 ccswb King Ranch fx4 for about 52k, the sticker was 65k.
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I just finished the same process in north Texas. Here the dealers are 11-14k off msrp with all the rebates etc. I just bought a fully loaded F250 ccswb King Ranch fx4 for about 52k, the sticker was 65k.
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I'm pretty sure you have to make 3 payments on time, then you can pay it off.
You can pay it off anytime. I took the extra $1000 for financing through Ford and immediately refinanced before making a payment to Ford.
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Old 06-01-2012, 03:55 AM
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I got my 2012 at xplan and 4750 in rebates some of which with Ford credit
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