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sayoung

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Posted: 02/25/20 08:30am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Our Son found a left over 2019 f250 with a $70K window sticker. Dealer wants $64K. I haven't even looked at a Ford since 1990 so don't know where it should be.

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If the dealer is open on Saturday, go in early Saturday (or Friday if not open Saturday) and make a low ball offer and then walk out. Price is too high.

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Not trying to sound arrogant, honestly.

Retired and can afford a brand new truck if I wish but won't pay anywhere near that.

I'm one of those that will tell a dealer they're NUTS. Lol

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For a year old truck that is NOT a good deal!


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Posted: 02/25/20 09:37am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

I think I'd shoot for more like $12-15k off a 2019 model with a $70k sticker price. At least.


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I don’t know about Ford but I just picked up a 2019 Chevy and got $12,500 off a spray in bed liner and factory floor liners thrown in. That price seems high.

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Posted: 02/25/20 09:47am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Is there anything that makes that $70k truck "perfect" for the local market? If so, maybe the discount should be $8 - $12; if not, the $12-$15k quoted by IdaD would be more in line.

Bought a new F250 last year; sticker was (IIRC) $68, got it for $60; but it was a real good fit for the market up here (4WD, heated seats, limited slip, etc, etc, etc) and with a few aftermarket things thrown in.

FWIW, I've been pretty happy with the F250 for the grand total of the 6000 miles so far.


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Offer $53,000...25% off...walk if the answer is anything except "yes."


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Why is it still on the lot? Over priced? Poorly optioned? Hideous color? Pour a coffee, offer 55 and be prepared to haggle.

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Go in ask to see the invoice, look at the bottom of the invoice for the "X" plan price. Tell the dealer that's the price you want. In actuality, if you get the X-plan plus $500 you're doing pretty good. But asking for X-plan is a good place to start.
If you try your best and can't get something close to X-plan no matter what. Come back on here and ask if someone will get you and X-plan number for you to use. I'm pretty sure a Ford employee can get a "friend" the X-plan price; I could be wrong.
Just note, you still have to pay taxes, DMV fees, and the dealer is allowed a $100.00 ± Doc fee above the X-plan price.
You are also entitled to any incentives currently applicable to the purchase vehicle. Ask them to run a "Smart Vincent" report to get a true listing of current incentives applicable.
I don't know a whole lot about F250's, but my read on this is, $62.5 to $63.0 is going to be about what I would expect you can get it for (not including incentives).

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