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Discussion in 'Heavy Duty' started by TXCOMT, Sep 9, 2019.

  1. TXCOMT

    TXCOMT Senior Member

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    ...are y'all paying (not just seeing since we all know advertised and actual numbers usually vary)?

    I'm in the market for a 2500 or 3500 and they seem to be all over the place. I'm curious what you new HD owners have paid for '18s during the last few months.

    Thanks!
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    I got mine for 48,000 out the door. Tax, tags, doc fees, etc. Sticker on it was 53 and change.
     
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  3. Iron Outlaw

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    I know around here you will get way more off on a gasser than a diesel.
     
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    Yep, and that's exactly what I'm banking on...local dealer has a pair of consecutively numbered (and optioned) 3500s with the 6.4, so I'm hoping he doesn't want to buy 'em any more birthday cakes. Aged inventory can be a good thing for buyers!

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    They're being kinda stingy around me
     
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    Dang....they still have some new/left over 2018s on the lot? That's crazy if they do!
     
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    Got my 2018 Ram 2500 Tradesman for $32K here in NC.
     
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    ^^Nice TC. What dealership did you go to? I bought mine here in Fayetteville, never considered a Ram before this one. I've got the Laramie Mega Cab. I don't know enough about the package differences though between the Laramie and the Tradesman.
     
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    Lillington. I really got lucky. Couldn't find a deal like this anywhere else. I've upgraded my Tradesman myself and saved about $10-$15K that the dealers charge for the Big Horns & Laramie's.
     
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    I think I was around 37 out the door with my 2016 slt 4x4 with the 6.4. It had been sitting at the dealer for a long time. Had it listed $12,000 off MSRP but of course added some back with fees. I couldn't even get into a tradesman diesel for under $44,000 which is a substantial difference in payment. Starting my own business at the time I couldn't afford the difference, but the 6.4 has done everything I need it to do. My main complaint is fuel mileage as now with a camper top and ladder racks, and 35 inch tires, I cant crack 13mpg on the highway.
     
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