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Old 07-22-2012, 03:46 PM
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What can I expect to get off on a 2012 6.7 powerstroke?? Please help.

I am in the market for a 2012 Ford 6.7 powerstroke. My dealer ordered it at no charge and no obligation to buy it. Over the past few years we have bought five vehicles from them and I am wanting to use that to my advantage and ty to secure the best deal possible. The super duty has an MSRP of $61,500. Due to the economy and the drought we are all experiencing, do you think It is realistic to start my negotiations at 45k and try to get it for $47,500? Sales are going to start falling because of all the uncertainty with gas prices and the rise in food prices, etc. $47,500 would be 14k off the sticker or 22.7% off MSRP. Is this a fair price to hold out for? Any help would be greatly appreciated!!!! Thank you!
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Old 07-24-2012, 07:22 PM
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Any thoughts.... Anyone??
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I would start at $10k below msrp. Dealerships wouldn't waste their time to sell a vehicle for cheaper than what they got it for. I got my 11' for $8k off and it was on the lot for 4 months. Are you trading anything in or putting money down, because that will better your case if you put down more.
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Beat the dealer down all you can

Last april I was able to get the local Dealer down $9670.96 off MSRP. I even got a good trade on my 2008 F150 w/ 50,000 miles. $25,500

so with some work you should get a good deal.
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Old 07-25-2012, 06:44 AM
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Yes I could possibly trade in my 2005 F-150 4x4. It KBB's at $9,600 and I doubt they would give that to me. So I would probably sell it outright and then just apply that money towards the down payment.
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I got more than KBB because of the mods, Highly unusual.
I still lost money on the F150, but I stepped up into what I wanted.

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