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Old 05-27-2008, 09:16 AM
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Originally Posted by Sydwayz View Post
I don't think that deal is good for the the Ram, Wrangler, or Crossfire.

(Only diesel offer is for the baby diesel in the little Jeeps.)

And its only good for the first 12,000 miles/year.
According to the sales guy that didn't want to lower the MSRP the deal for free diesel does include the ram. you just give up some incintives.
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I've got to imagine that the Fords are getting some level of discount since everyone knows how poor mileage the new 6.4L PSD is getting. Who wants that crap at $4.50 a gallon?

that would be for all new diesels. I was driving my buddies new duramax and it is around 12.5 for it. stock 2500. have heard the dodge is about the same.
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our local dodge dealer is doing the 2.99 gas/diesel, and taking 12000.00 off the msrp without a haggle on all 3/4 1 tons.
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now if mine would do that, they would sell a truck. To bad OK is to far for me to drive..i would be eating up most of that money just getting there
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Originally Posted by Carguy08 View Post
You'll find GM dealers will have the smallest selection right now. Strike at the axle plant set us back.

Seems to be a shortage of used 3/4 ton gas GM product in my neck of the woods. High mileage is all over but Im having a hell of a time keeping stock of good mileage stuff......
Not down here..... The local GMC dealer still had 14 new 07's on the lot last month! He just got 8 new 4X4 Duallys last week and none of them were presold. Sticker was just short of 55K and they were discounting 10K right off the bat to move them.
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Originally Posted by Jupiter Sunsation View Post
Not down here..... The local GMC dealer still had 14 new 07's on the lot last month! He just got 8 new 4X4 Duallys last week and none of them were presold. Sticker was just short of 55K and they were discounting 10K right off the bat to move them.
Are they diesals???
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Looking to move a Ford F 350 loaded diesel 44,000 17k miles. Used. Any takers? I work at a Ford Dealer.
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Originally Posted by Carguy08 View Post
Are they diesals???
Yep. The diesel on a GM product is like an $8400 option including the Allison tranny so it really bumps the sticker price and being S. Florida is choking in the real estate slump there is a whole lot of contractors that don't need a new truck right now. The ridiculous price of diesel fuel is just the icing on the cake.
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Old 05-29-2008, 07:34 PM
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Stopped by that dealer tonight after dinner. ALL DIESELS 15K off MSRP, Memorial Day Sale prices. They still have a dozen 07's but only 4 of those are diesels.

07 2500 SLE Crew Diesel/Allison...........29K with a sticker of 44K as an example but all the diesels even 08's were discounted.
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Ford is the only way to go????? They can"t give the fuel hogs away. Especially the diesels.
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