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Post  torino501 on July 17th 2015, 8:58 am

Ford is saying there's a shortage of trucks and that's why the rebates... Huh...? Got them lined up as far as I can see over here...? Any time we saw rebates like that is to move them.

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Post  JACKAZZFLATZ on July 17th 2015, 11:49 am

GEEZ, I better get down there to buy my new truck. Was at our local dealer yesterday - they are waiting on word that there MAY be $1500 comin our way.........
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Post  MustangBBF on July 17th 2015, 12:07 pm

Humm 10K rebates on trucks that average 50K with decent trim.

When did a 15-24K Full trim XLT/Lariat turn into a 35-50K truck?

Ridiculous to think of people buying vehicles that cost 1/3 or more of what a house used to cost....

No wonder mid class is dying off.

But yet, someone on food stamps can have a donked ride with 24 spokes that cost over 10k.


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Post  richter69 on July 17th 2015, 12:45 pm

Overpriced to begin with
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Post  MustangBBF on July 17th 2015, 1:18 pm

Not just a ford thing though.....isn't Dodge and Chevy very expensive as well?

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Post  cool40 on July 17th 2015, 2:06 pm

Everything is too expensive. Anybody notice the prices at the grocery stores? Shocked
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Post  richter69 on July 17th 2015, 3:24 pm

Its retarded
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Post  dfree383 on July 17th 2015, 8:37 pm

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Post  Lem Evans on July 17th 2015, 10:01 pm

There are no $10,000 rebates.

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Post  supervel45 on July 18th 2015, 2:13 am

Must be a dealer discount, because I just saw one for $9,000 discount in Texas also on a commercial. I can't see more than low 30's for a decked half ton either.

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Post  torino501 on July 19th 2015, 11:43 am


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Post  torino501 on July 19th 2015, 11:50 am

sad thing is we have just as many is service as we do in inventory. between the water leaks, all the modules shitting the bed. the edge water leaks. the S/D knock ping rattle during regen for a 60k truck that is normal. ford is pumping out some garbage these days.

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Post  richter69 on July 19th 2015, 11:58 am

Glad i dont deal w the water leak deals lol. What a pita
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Post  Coupe Devil on July 19th 2015, 11:59 am

How much money does a person have to make to be able to justify the purchase of a new truck and still live within their means, plan for retirement, college funds for any children, and pay for groceries, the electric bill etc? I just have a hard time thinking about a 800-1000 a month payment without that truck making a profit of at least that much for the owner in some way weekly. I've never had a new vehicle of my own. I am fortunate and get to drive a 1-2 year old company vehicle at all times. I still just cant see how people think to themselves, "I'm going to spend 30-40-50k on this vehicle with ABSOLUTELY ZERO chance of ever not loosing money"...
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Post  Curt on July 19th 2015, 2:38 pm

You can thank the people that claim to be the providers of your 40 hour work week and weekends off. That's how you got $50k pickups.
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Post  Lem Evans on July 19th 2015, 3:37 pm

Total incentives = equipment package discounts + dealer discounts + rebate[s]

In our region the most 'incentives' are on the 302A XLT luxury chrome package. $4,000 of rebates + $2,000 lux/chrome package [which is not a rebate it has been taken off the window sticker].

The platinum package F150 have but a $1,000 rebate. I wish there big rebates on the plat. and king ranch....we'd be selling a lot more trucks.






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Post  Coupe Devil on July 19th 2015, 5:05 pm

Curt wrote:You can thank the people that claim to be the providers of your 40 hour work week and weekends off. That's how you got $50k pickups.

Whats that? Im working two jobs just to eat Bologna.
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Post  richter69 on July 19th 2015, 6:29 pm

Coupe Devil wrote:How much money does a person have to make to be able to justify the purchase of a new truck and still live within their means, plan for retirement, college funds for any children, and pay for groceries, the electric bill etc? I just have a hard time thinking about a 800-1000 a month payment without that truck making a profit of at least that much for the owner in some way weekly. I've never had a new vehicle of my own. I am fortunate and get to drive a 1-2 year old company vehicle at all times. I still just cant see how people think to themselves, "I'm going to spend 30-40-50k on this vehicle with ABSOLUTELY ZERO chance of ever not loosing money"...


Couldnt tell ya, ive never paid mpre than 30k for a vehicle ever..... The grande does not count lol
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Post  69F100 on July 19th 2015, 7:30 pm

Coupe Devil wrote:How much money does a person have to make to be able to justify the purchase of a new truck and still live within their means, plan for retirement, college funds for any children, and pay for groceries, the electric bill etc? I just have a hard time thinking about a 800-1000 a month payment without that truck making a profit of at least that much for the owner in some way weekly. I've never had a new vehicle of my own. I am fortunate and get to drive a 1-2 year old company vehicle at all times. I still just cant see how people think to themselves, "I'm going to spend 30-40-50k on this vehicle with ABSOLUTELY ZERO chance of ever not loosing money"...

I have only bought one new car back in 95 it was a Buick Century for the wife an it was $15,000 with my stepfather discounts from GM that is the most I have paid for one. I buy used now when I bought the wife the Taurus the Ford dealer tried to sale me a new one told him I would just stay with the 2010 for $13,500 verses the $38,000 plus for a new one.
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Post  Curt on July 19th 2015, 7:52 pm

Coupe Devil wrote:How much money does a person have to make to be able to justify the purchase of a new truck and still live within their means, plan for retirement, college funds for any children, and pay for groceries, the electric bill etc? I just have a hard time thinking about a 800-1000 a month payment without that truck making a profit of at least that much for the owner in some way weekly. I've never had a new vehicle of my own. I am fortunate and get to drive a 1-2 year old company vehicle at all times. I still just cant see how people think to themselves, "I'm going to spend 30-40-50k on this vehicle with ABSOLUTELY ZERO chance of ever not loosing money"...

I guess that depends on your means. I have a retirement, my kids and wife went to college without any loans, we are fat and sassy, the lights stay on even during the day, etc.  I drive a nice pickup and have never had a payment, my wife drives a new Lincoln every 4-5 years. We buy new only and get our moneys worth out of them, but anyone that thinks they are going to make money on a nice daily driver is out of their minds. However, I write off a very large portion of my vehicles.  I haven't owned a vehicle that was less than $40k in probably 15 years, or ate bologna.
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Post  supervel45 on July 19th 2015, 8:19 pm

Just come out and say it Curt, Unions. Don't forget the Lawyers, Government and fucking Banks while you are at it.

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Post  Curt on July 19th 2015, 8:56 pm

supervel45 wrote:Just come out and say it Curt, Unions. Don't forget the Lawyers, Government and fucking Banks while you are at it.

If it weren't for banks, GM, FCA and the UAW would have folded. Interest rates are artificially low to protect the stock market, not them.

Yes the government does have a lot to do with CAFE standards that are punitive to buyers. They also forced banks to loan money to deadbeats that couldn't afford dog house, much less a penthouse.

Yes, lawyers are necessary in a society that has no personal responsibility.

But for the most part ABSOLUTELY YES. The unions are the biggest reason for inflated prices. Not only do they have ridiculous salaries and pensions, but they also fund the politicians that create the other problems in the auto industry and AMERICA.
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Post  supervel45 on July 19th 2015, 9:27 pm

I forgot Insurance companies. Everybody gets a cut. It all adds up.

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Post  cool40 on July 19th 2015, 9:51 pm

Curt wrote:
Coupe Devil wrote:How much money does a person have to make to be able to justify the purchase of a new truck and still live within their means, plan for retirement, college funds for any children, and pay for groceries, the electric bill etc? I just have a hard time thinking about a 800-1000 a month payment without that truck making a profit of at least that much for the owner in some way weekly. I've never had a new vehicle of my own. I am fortunate and get to drive a 1-2 year old company vehicle at all times. I still just cant see how people think to themselves, "I'm going to spend 30-40-50k on this vehicle with ABSOLUTELY ZERO chance of ever not loosing money"...

I guess that depends on your means. I have a retirement, my kids and wife went to college without any loans, we are fat and sassy, the lights stay on even during the day, etc.  I drive a nice pickup and have never had a payment, my wife drives a new Lincoln every 4-5 years. We buy new only and get our moneys worth out of them, but anyone that thinks they are going to make money on a nice daily driver is out of their minds. However, I write off a very large portion of my vehicles.  I haven't owned a vehicle that was less than $40k in probably 15 years, or ate bologna.
it sounds like your means are well above the average Curt,congrats! Now tell me how we could all be something if we work hard enough... And if you dont eat bologna off a smoker at least a couple of times every summer you are missing out! Wink
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Post  Curt on July 19th 2015, 10:02 pm

cool40 wrote:And if you dont eat bologna off a smoker at least a couple of times every summer you are missing out! Wink

I grew up very poor. Beans were our caviar and bologna was our steak.

I figured as an American, I could find a way out of poverty and it all came with hard work and perseverance and common sense.

And my bologna comes in the form of a hot dog these days.
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