I agree with you about the prices but I don't see how they are going to sell them. I mean 70K!!!! A little less than a year ago I looked at (was the dealer for parts not truck shopping) an F-350 King Ranch 4X4 SRW, gorgeous truck, sticker was close to 60K. I thought to myself "No way". I mean even with 0% financing yikes!well i paid 4.10 today but i think one of two things will happen. one the diesel truck market will majorly decline so the truck prices will go down, or you will have to be rich to buy, and drive one lol. i see these new trucks hittin 70k
I too like my truck too much to let it go, so I'll continue to pay. Hopefully, we'll see some relief soon!My truck is too sweet to let go, therefore I pay more, Thank Dubya...
?.......:dunno:....If you lack the intelligence to figure out whats happening I suggest you buy a Pinto.
I don't even feel like I need to say anything on this thread cause you pretty much summed it up! At least that's my hopes.I think truck prices will pretty much stay where they are, unless the cost diesel goes through the roof- like $6 or $7 a gallon. ... Remember that this surge in oil prices is a "bubble" and like all past "bubbles" (housing market, tech stocks, etc.), it will burst and when it does, the prices at the pump will drop like a lead ballon. Now I'm not saying diesel will return to under $2/gallon, but I'd bet it goes under $3. We'll know more as we get closer to the presidential election in November.
Don't be tellin everyone how you feel, other wise it will come true. All the speculations are self fulfilling prophesies. When people said it would hit 100 a barrel, it did, they said it would hit 110 a barrel and it did, they said 120, and guess what, it did. People need to either STFU or start speculating massive drops in the price of a barrel. Maybe it'll come true.Demand for oil will increase the cost to over $250 per barrel we are suffering with a weak dollar and growing world demand for oil.