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Posted: 07/28/21 02:53pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Bumpyroad wrote:

just remember that if you buy a year old model, it will be worth that much less when you go to sell/trade it in. a lot depends on how long you intend to keep it.
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The truck in my signature is worth more today than what I paid for it last year - even on a trade.


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MSRP for my 2019 Ram 3500 6.7 was $54,890
NADA for average trade in is $57,225.
Clean trade in is $58,875.
I paid way less than MSRP.
Even if I wanted to trade it in there's nothing I want and chances are the dealer won't give me as much of a discount as I got last time.

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OP here... Just want to thank everyone for chiming in. Looks like we can make a plan of action.

We will have to see how things are next summer, but what I've been seeing is used models that we're looking at are outrageously priced, which is making us look at new for the first time ever.

The last time we bought from a dealer was our used 1978 F150 that was 9 months old. It was a horrible experience and we never did it again.


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