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Old 08-02-2012, 02:09 PM
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Im looking for a new truck next spring. All I want is a reg cab, 8 foot bed, and airconditioning. If it has power windows or locks thats great, if not I dont care. My queston is how well can you talk the ford dealership down. The local ford dealer has the same truck I describe for 42000 or so. I have read online people talking dealers down 8-10 grand with incentives. Does this sound feasable? I have never bought a new vehicle before. If it would be possible to get the diesel for the gas price I would be a happy camper.
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Old 08-02-2012, 03:17 PM
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my uncle just bought a 2012 4x4 6.7 xl. its a 350 with power windows, locks, cruise, air, trailer brake, cloth seat, and electric shift 4x4.

sticker was 44,000. he got a 3500 dollar rebate plus 500 for being an aqha member and 500 for being a farm bureau member.

he ordered the truck so he really couldnt dicker beyond that but they knocked off another 500 because he is a good customer. so it was 39k plus tax and title
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The higher the starting price, the more room to wiggle. $10-$12K off $63K...yes. I don't think you'll knock $10K off of $42,000. That's based on some things I've read and the invoice prices. Others may know more...
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my uncle just bought a 2012 4x4 6.7 xl. its a 350 with power windows, locks, cruise, air, trailer brake, cloth seat, and electric shift 4x4.

sticker was 44,000. he got a 3500 dollar rebate plus 500 for being an aqha member and 500 for being a farm bureau member.

he ordered the truck so he really couldnt dicker beyond that but they knocked off another 500 because he is a good customer. so it was 39k plus tax and title
That's not a very good deal. When you order, especially for a work truck you can get a fleet deal and only pay a few hundred $ over invoice. When we buy new trucks, we pay $300 over dealer invoice PLUS rebates. I just priced out a Supercab XLT 4x4 for $37k +TTL
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Old 08-02-2012, 05:31 PM
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The higher the starting price, the more room to wiggle. $10-$12K off $63K...yes. I don't think you'll knock $10K off of $42,000. That's based on some things I've read and the invoice prices. Others may know more...
Ok I agree with that, my mom works at a chevy dealer who also owns ford dealership so I can get her pricing there. She pays 250 over DEALER invoice. What does a truck like im looking at invoice at the dealer for. Ill find out for sure tomorow but I was just curious if any one knew. I was looking at a chevy gasser a few years ago 2500 wt with a vortec that was 33 g she was going to be able to get it for me for 20 plus tax and fees. That was also when they switched from the 09 to the 10s.
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Go to Consumer Reports.org. Get the vehicle pricing report which has invoice and dealer holdback amounts. You can (with effort) normally get invoice MINUS rebates.
Most don't like to bite into dealer holdback.
So, if list is $44K, Inv is $39K and you can find 3K in rebates = 36K. Just an example. Go onto Edmunds.com or KBB.com and you can find invoice pricing as well.
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