dun":1ttih5wr said:A F250 that listed for 51K was on sale for 29K. Turns out that a new F250 superduty equiped exactly like my 2000 could be bought for about 5K less then the msrp on my truck 8 years ago. I still have the original window tag so was able to compare. The last add I saw said make offer instead of listing a price on all of their new vehicles
I have heard that if the government steps in that they may be forced to liquidate the inventory to come up with as much cash as possible. In that case the prices may get cheaper.dirtdoctor":1crm0nkg said:dun":1crm0nkg said:A F250 that listed for 51K was on sale for 29K. Turns out that a new F250 superduty equiped exactly like my 2000 could be bought for about 5K less then the msrp on my truck 8 years ago. I still have the original window tag so was able to compare. The last add I saw said make offer instead of listing a price on all of their new vehicles
Wow, the dealers must really be getting hungry, if they get bailed out (another subject) bet the prices go up. :???:
Alberta farmer":1eov4nok said:Was talking to a building contractor yesterday and he had a 2008 Ford one ton with the 6.4 deisel. He was totally disgusted with the fuel milage. Said he wished he'd never traded his 2005 6 L Ford!
I've heard the same thing about the Dodge 6.7? The local battery operator is trying to find a 5.9 truck to replace his 2007 6.7.
I have a 1996 Ford one ton with the 7.3 powerstroke. This truck is pretty well wore out although the engine is still good. I will not buy a Ford or Dodge...with the 6.4 or 6.7! I hope I can find a newer Ford 550 with a 7.3 in it or a Dodge with a 5.9? The trouble is usually around here that means a used oilfield truck...and most of them have had a very rough life!
hayray":pqrn9r1d said:I just bought a 08 Nissan Titan with 18000 miles, heavy half, extended cab, four wheel drive, with a 338 V-8 for $16000 before taxes. No money down and payments of $315/month. This was $4000 cheaper then my Dodge I bought 11 years ago brand new and the manufacter is not getting a bail out or on the verge of going bankrupt and so no worries on m y warrenty. What a nice truck, 18 inch wheels and goes through the snow great. I am getting a lot of flack from my friends for having a foreign truck, I looked them up and turns out the engine and truck are all American made in right to work states. Here in Michigan you always have to be on the look out for the UAW thugs coming around and threatening and intimidating you but lucky for me I don't scare easy and always have a loaded .357 in the cab.
Cowdirt":11t20oxc said:I'm near positive that I read that Chrysler will be making Nissan's full size trucks in the future. Have you read or heard this?