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Posted: 12/04/19 05:11am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Check ou www.31dodge.com. They are a huge dealer in NC, and they have them about $14k off. That should give you an idea of what Pricing you can get. Tell your local dealer you've always wanted to camp in NC in the fall. [emoticon]


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As a previous poster mentioned earlier try looking at Dennis Dillon Ram and Dave Smith as well. While they have not always been able to beat my local price or at least not enough to go all the way up there, on my 2017 they blew the doors off anyone local by over $4k this time. I went through Dave Smith and got almost 18% off msrp listed 62k and change paid just shy of 51k for it. A quick look at Dennis Dillon this morning shows 18% off a longhorn dually. When I was shopping Dave Smith beat Dillon by $1000 and I did not have to use Chrysler Financial for the note which Dillon did require to get their price so I also saved on the interest rate on the note. Only issue with Dave Smith is you have to call or email them to get the real price they will sell it for. Yes I had to get up to Kellogg Idaho for it but the plane ticket was 200ish and they picked me up at the airport drove the 90ish minutes from Spokane to Kellogg. Everything was ready when I got there and was out of there and on the road in 45 minutes.


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Grit dog wrote:

midnightsadie wrote:

you guys that pay almost sticker I laugh at. 65k out the door is a good deal for me if the dealer wants it gone. I,m not paying any more than I have too. worked in auto sales for 6yrs they can come down a whole lot more than you think. this money off invoice is a selling point for them. not the price they really paid for the auto.so go laugh all you want been there paid less.


Haha, you're so full of chit!
Almost $86k sticker, you say they'll come down 20 grand + TTL and whatever else, so more than $25k off sticker price? (You said out the door, not me)

I'm shopping for a new truck. You find me a 30% off MSRP Bighorn megacab 3500, either trans (cause that's what I want), any color but p*ssy pink for 30% off, I'll buy it tomorrow and give you $1000 for your time. Heck, make it $2k and I'm serious.


Reminds me of a guy recently towing a MobileSuites with a F350 DRW at 70-75mph claiming 13mpg average. I say "Barbra Streisand"


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https://www.dennisdillonchryslerjeepdodge.com/inventory/new-2019-ram-3500-big-horn-4x4-crew-cab-3c63r3dl1kg524532

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You should be able to negotiate at least 20% off a 2019 at this point. Remember, that in most states if you own it at the first of the year, you must pay prop tax on it. If you buy it on Jan 2 -- at least in Missouri - you don't pay prop tax on it for that year.

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pyoung47 wrote:

https://www.dennisdillonchryslerjeepdodge.com/inventory/new-2019-ram-3500-big-horn-4x4-crew-cab-3c63r3dl1kg524532


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Well the OP stated he was looking at a DRW with a MSRP of $85,845, I don't think he is looking for a basic Big Horn SRW.


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Are vehicle loan interest rates any different for a 1-ton dually truck, vs. a 1/2 ton single-rear wheel truck?


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pyoung47 wrote:

You should be able to negotiate at least 20% off a 2019 at this point. Remember, that in most states if you own it at the first of the year, you must pay prop tax on it. If you buy it on Jan 2 -- at least in Missouri - you don't pay prop tax on it for that year.


So a 2019 83k LongHorn list with 20% off at 66k is that what you are saying??? If so get me that deal I will give you $1,000.

I’m waiting..........

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I'm looking at a 2019 Longhorn MegaCab Dually with nearly every possible option. Factor sticker is $85,845.

Looks like I can easily get it for $75,000. Not a bad deal. And I'm getting a fair price for my trade, as well.

I may try to push for a little better deal, but in my area, this particular truck with the paint color, interior, and all the options that I want, has no alternative... but much farther away (out of state).

Seems like a reasonable deal to me.

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DesertDogs wrote:

I'm looking at a 2019 Longhorn MegaCab Dually with nearly every possible option. Factor sticker is $85,845.

Looks like I can easily get it for $75,000. Not a bad deal. And I'm getting a fair price for my trade, as well.

I may try to push for a little better deal, but in my area, this particular truck with the paint color, interior, and all the options that I want, has no alternative... but much farther away (out of state).

Seems like a reasonable deal to me.


Play good cop bad cop. Go to the dealer again and have your wife question the deal while you say you think you want it. Then she says, Honey I am willing to fly with you to get the other one.


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