The rfe hemis benefit alot from regearing to 4.56+
Good info. I do have a 90 day window on financing through my local credit union but I'm a bit miffed on the interest rate, my credit rating is just about as high as it can get and I thought my interest rate would be lower (3.4%) but maybe that's just the state of things these days. I've done BB comparisons to several trucks I have looked at and according to that info, some of them are priced fairly high, some about right and several are well under it. I'm still leaning towards the 1500 with better gearing right now and since the price of gas continues to climb I'm probably going to stay away from the 2500 models, though I would love a Power Wagon, mileage is becoming a player in my decision making process.I don't know if it has been mentioned yet, but in case it hasn't - I always look at the value of money over time. I saw earlier, a member say the difference of interest rates between used and new. He's right.
So there is that....but now with 7% inflation in Feb alone, the fed will raise interest rates in the hopes to drop prices down. One might say it's a push, but the inventory issue still exists and dealerships will continue to charge more and more over MSRP.
Find a dealer that won't do that and look at ordering what you want. Do your best to secure financing at today's rates before they go up. Most credit unions are offering a 90-day window. I'm crossing my fingers I can keep my 1.6% assuming my truck arrives before the approval disappears. I was so close to buying a truck at 8K over MSRP - we started negotiating at 15K over MSRP. I found an out-of-state dealer for 1K over, done. Good luck!