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Old 04-10-2018, 01:35 PM   #101
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Edmunds tells you what people are paying. Going into the dealer is your first mistake. Work thru the internet sales manager via email. They know you are price shopping and if they have the truck in stock will cut a deal to make it happen with no BS. Be willing to pickup 400+ miles away. Otherwise talk to Costco car buying...

Time of the year, like close of the fiscal year, and month play a big part in getting a deal.


Yea the internet sales price are usually the lowest. Itís easy to send an email asking what the out the door price is on the truck to multiple dealerships

I just bought a 2500 hd and it was 5500 off the sticker with all of the rebates and incentives. This was a base work truck model. Actually the sticker was 37,200 and they had it on sale for 34,500 plus I got the rebates so it was 29,200...of coarse I had to add tax and title on top of that


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Old 04-10-2018, 03:39 PM   #102
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Edmunds tells you what people are paying. Going into the dealer is your first mistake. Work thru the internet sales manager via email. They know you are price shopping and if they have the truck in stock will cut a deal to make it happen with no BS. Be willing to pickup 400+ miles away. Otherwise talk to Costco car buying...

Time of the year, like close of the fiscal year, and month play a big part in getting a deal.


When I bought my car, I got a 400 dollar Costco card. My sales guy brought it to my attention.


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Yea the internet sales price are usually the lowest. Itís easy to send an email asking what the out the door price is on the truck to multiple dealerships

I just bought a 2500 hd and it was 5500 off the sticker with all of the rebates and incentives. This was a base work truck model. Actually the sticker was 37,200 and they had it on sale for 34,500 plus I got the rebates so it was 29,200...of coarse I had to add tax and title on top of that


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Old 07-15-2018, 09:04 AM   #104
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That'll last like 6 months tops



I'm 7 or 8 months into mine and keep telling myself to drive the ole ladies Pathfinder to tow the kids around. Can't do it though, it's just not as nice and comfy


Holding strong still. Exactly 4 months in and only have 3942 miles


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Took 11 months to get there but finally hit 10k


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