Help on buying a 2022 limited demo or order a rebel

Bmags

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Some dealers will essentially give you a loaner until your new truck comes in
 

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I have heard of various timings from different dealers too. Not sure why they aren’t all the same
 

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I am gonna wait and go for a TRX. Might have to get a used one if they eliminate the V-8 in 23. Not sure I can swing it before 24. Would much rather have the TRX.
 
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Not even a question get the rebel. Just look at any Rebel next to a limited and it is SO much better looking it is not even funny. Order a REBEL GT. Looks, sounds, drives amazing. It's not a sports car, its not even fast, but it is one hell of a nice truck. Gorgeous interior and the GT gets you the center shifter, some better bolsters on the seats.... overall a nicely appointed interior.

It looks super clean in the billet silver. Get the single color, then have a satin wrap done rather than the gloss black two tone. Amazing difference.

Get a NEW truck and get the truck you want. No one cares about the gimmicky anniversary vehicles.
 

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I have a 2019 Rebel 4X2 and had a 2020 Limited 4X4 and to tell the truth both of them were Managers special with about 2500 miles on each . Both were being used as a demo by the used car manager F&I manager respectfully . I got over 7K off the Rebel and 6k off the limited. Both are very very nice inside and out looked and rode like brand new . The only difference was the Limited had a 12” screen , 4X4 and heated rear seats. Both were quiet , beautiful , spacious , and a blast to drive !!!!!! But if I could only have one it would be the Rebel !! Hands down !!
Enjoy !!!!!!
 

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If it's not the truck you want, and it's an optional purchase, what's it matter what it costs? If I'm dropping over $65k I'm getting *exactly* what I want.

Personally, the Rebel is the only 5th gen I'd have any interest in.
While I agree with your post here Doc, when I went to purchase my Warlock, due to supply issues at the time, the dealer told me they (FCA) weren't accepting any new truck builds/orders, so I ended up with a vehicle that had, of the current offerings, the most of what I wanted, including being a legit Warlock. And I guess, I also happen to have a low-buck Rebel, since it seems the Warlock is just a 4th gen/Classic Rebel clone/wannabe judging by pictures. If I were financially able, and was in the market for a newer truck at this time, it would either be the Rebel or the TRX, slight lean towards the TRX if money weren't an issue. But then I would have to sell my Silverado, and use one of the new(er) trucks as my get to work ******.

But I 100% agree with Doc's call, spending that much, get what you want, and order it with your choices for options.
 

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