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Old 01-07-2018, 08:32 PM   #1
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Default New f250 lariat. What are y'all paying?

I have almost 90k on my 2015 and it appears like I owe a good bit less than it's worth, so I may roll into a new one depending on what people are paying? I paid 52k in November of 14 for my current one. What can a new body style be had for?

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Old 01-07-2018, 08:38 PM   #2
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I’ve seen them for around 60k.
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Old 01-07-2018, 08:44 PM   #3
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60k for the Lariat value package. The Ultimate Lariat package add on more $.
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Old 01-07-2018, 08:50 PM   #4
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No offense but you’re basing what you drive on what others pay?
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Old 01-07-2018, 08:59 PM   #5
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No offense but youíre basing what you drive on what others pay?
Um no. I'm basing my level of interest on a new one by determining what it's going to cost me. If they aren't coming off the sticker much, I'll likely keep the one I have, but if they are coming off sticker 10k+ I may get a new one. It's just a math thing.

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Default New f250 lariat. What are y'all paying?

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Um no. I'm basing my level of interest on a new one by determining what it's going to cost me. If they aren't coming off the sticker much, I'll likely keep the one I have, but if they are coming off sticker 10k+ I may get a new one. It's just a math thing.

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They are coming 10k off lariats and they range between 62k and 74k before you get the 10k off.



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Old 01-07-2018, 09:05 PM   #7
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Only 2.3 years of retirement.
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Old 01-07-2018, 09:44 PM   #8
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Who cares, they’re purty!!!
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Old 01-07-2018, 11:11 PM   #10
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**** that's a nice truck


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Old 01-07-2018, 11:18 PM   #11
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On these new trucks it seems to be go big or go home " price wise " I have been looking at the gas 2017 f250 and just can't fathom 60,000 for a truck
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Old 01-07-2018, 11:22 PM   #12
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49k for gasser f250 lariat
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Old 01-07-2018, 11:54 PM   #13
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Default New f250 lariat. What are y'all paying?

Just purchased a 2017 F250 crew cab lariat 6.7

All the bells and whistles

Sticker was $69,???

Got them down to $58,800




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Old 01-07-2018, 11:59 PM   #14
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Truck prices are insane now day's!
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Old 01-08-2018, 01:53 AM   #15
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90,000 miles it’s not even broke in yet. I bought my 2011 F-350 with 65,000 miles in 2013 and it has 139,000 on it now the best part is it’s been paid off for a year. They seem to drive better when you own it.
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Truck prices are insane now day's!


Yes they are, I was still rocking my 2012 with 113k miles and no intentions of buying a new one..

That decision was made by someone else..




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Old 01-08-2018, 06:12 AM   #17
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90,000 miles itís not even broke in yet. I bought my 2011 F-350 with 65,000 miles in 2013 and it has 139,000 on it now the best part is itís been paid off for a year. They seem to drive better when you own it.
Yeah I know. Plan was to keep it for over 200k, but....I may not lol.

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Old 01-08-2018, 06:12 AM   #18
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Just purchased a 2017 F250 crew cab lariat 6.7

All the bells and whistles

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Got them down to $58,800




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Old 01-08-2018, 06:20 AM   #19
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I so want to replace my Ram 2500 that got flooded but not missing that payment or diesel bill.
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Old 01-08-2018, 08:03 AM   #20
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Old 01-08-2018, 08:44 AM   #22
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Now that's a good looking truck! Congrats!
Thanks, I never thought I would buy a ford but with having so much problems with my 15í Dodge. It was time for a change. Plus it looks so dang sexy
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Thanks, I never thought I would buy a ford but with having so much problems with my 15í Dodge. It was time for a change. Plus it looks so dang sexy
Turnaround $$$ ?
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Old 01-08-2018, 09:12 AM   #24
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So many options, it can be hard to get a baseline when people just post a price without window sticker. Love my king ranch, no problems in the first 6,000 miles.

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Old 01-08-2018, 09:16 AM   #25
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Sure hope there is not a problem the first 150,000 at that price.

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Old 01-08-2018, 09:19 AM   #26
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I bought a fully loaded lariat with ultimate package for a litte over $62000. Only option I did not get was the adaptive cruise control.
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Old 01-08-2018, 09:31 AM   #27
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If your not upside down on your current truck, but still making payments.. its worth trading up for a new one just to have a warranty. The cost of fixing these new trucks aint no joke.
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If your not upside down on your current truck, but still making payments.. its worth trading up for a new one just to have a warranty. The cost of fixing these new trucks aint no joke.
I don’t see how how that math works unless you expect to make vehicle payments your entire life. As soon as you get a vehicle like that paid off, the repairs are still minuscule compared to what you make in payments per year. These trucks going for 60k carry a payment of at least 1200 a month over 5 years. That’s a mortgage payment on a small home or land. Those payments alone are 14,400 per year in vehicle expense. Massive repairs may cost this much, but those repairs are not necessary every year on a vehicle with under 150,000 miles. A truck payment is a guaranteed expense. You’re assuming that you are going to have about a 3500 repair bill every quarter at minimum, which just doesn’t normally happen on a truck.

Example: 1) I have a new truck that I pay for with zero issues. That truck is going to cost me around 14k that year if I buy something in the $60k range.

2) I have a truck/vehicle that is paid off and the transmission blows. I spend $10k-13k out of pocket for replacement.

You still spend less money out of pocket with a major mechanical failure on a paid off vehicle than you do making payments.

Edit: I’m not trying to say don’t go get the truck. If you want it, get it. Heck, I pay $900 a month for my wife’s Yukon that I never really drive.
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I don’t see how how that math works unless you expect to make vehicle payments your entire life. As soon as you get a vehicle like that paid off, the repairs are still minuscule compared to what you make in payments per year. These trucks going for 60k carry a payment of at least 1200 a month over 5 years. That’s a mortgage payment on a small home or land. Those payments alone are 14,400 per year in vehicle expense. Massive repairs may cost this much, but those repairs are not necessary every year on a vehicle with under 150,000 miles. A truck payment is a guaranteed expense. You’re assuming that you are going to have about a 3500 repair bill every quarter at minimum, which just doesn’t normally happen on a truck.

Example: 1) I have a new truck that I pay for with zero issues. That truck is going to cost me around 14k that year if I buy something in the $60k range.

2) I have a truck/vehicle that is paid off and the transmission blows. I spend $10k-13k out of pocket for replacement.

You still spend less money out of pocket with a major mechanical failure on a paid off vehicle than you do making payments.

Edit: I’m not trying to say don’t go get the truck. If you want it, get it. Heck, I pay $900 a month for my wife’s Yukon that I never really drive.
my cousin has a 16 f350 still making payments and his engine blew 8000 miles out of warranty. Cost him $18k to have the motor replaced. Now he has a $1k truck payment and a $18k repair bill.
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The price of new trucks is ridiculous...but guys are paying it so the prices are not coming down...

My 04 Duramax is still chugging along so I guess I am in it for another 5 years or more.
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My sticker was $77,000 and some
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Nope, just got tired of the dodge
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my cousin has a 16 f350 still making payments and his engine blew 8000 miles out of warranty. Cost him $18k to have the motor replaced. Now he has a $1k truck payment and a $18k repair bill.
That sucks.
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my cousin has a 16 f350 still making payments and his engine blew 8000 miles out of warranty. Cost him $18k to have the motor replaced. Now he has a $1k truck payment and a $18k repair bill.
If he paid $18K for a motor, he can handle the $1K truck note!
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Old 01-08-2018, 10:50 AM   #35
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[quote=Traildust;13083467]If he paid $18K for a motor, he can handle the $1K truck note![/

$18k is a pretty good chunk of what a new truck would cost. I think I would rather spend it on a new truck with a warranty rather than on a motor for a truck that still isnít under warranty...(new motor does have limited warranty) if he loses a transmission or other major components fail he could have paid for half of a new truck already 🙈
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I almost traded my 2012 for a new one on 12/30 but just because it would have saved me 20k in income tax.

I hate having truck payments but honestly the tax advantages being self employed make it worthwhile.
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The price of a new truck these days is just insane. I really would find it extremely hard to invest over 60k in something I am 100% sure will depreciate in value.

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The price of a new truck these is just insane. I really would find it extremely hard to invest over 60k in something I am 100% will depreciate in value.
Yep. 60-70k iis pl buy you 20 acres or more in rocksprings...
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Yep. 60-70k iis pl buy you 20 acres or more in rocksprings...
Or a good deer lease for 20 years......which is a better option than 20 acres in Rocksprings!
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Or a good deer lease for 20 years......which is a better option than 20 acres in Rocksprings!
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I donít see how how that math works unless you expect to make vehicle payments your entire life. As soon as you get a vehicle like that paid off, the repairs are still minuscule compared to what you make in payments per year. These trucks going for 60k carry a payment of at least 1200 a month over 5 years. Thatís a mortgage payment on a small home or land. Those payments alone are 14,400 per year in vehicle expense. Massive repairs may cost this much, but those repairs are not necessary every year on a vehicle with under 150,000 miles. A truck payment is a guaranteed expense. Youíre assuming that you are going to have about a 3500 repair bill every quarter at minimum, which just doesnít normally happen on a truck.

Example: 1) I have a new truck that I pay for with zero issues. That truck is going to cost me around 14k that year if I buy something in the $60k range.

2) I have a truck/vehicle that is paid off and the transmission blows. I spend $10k-13k out of pocket for replacement.

You still spend less money out of pocket with a major mechanical failure on a paid off vehicle than you do making payments.

Edit: Iím not trying to say donít go get the truck. If you want it, get it. Heck, I pay $900 a month for my wifeís Yukon that I never really drive.
this is true
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my cousin has a 16 f350 still making payments and his engine blew 8000 miles out of warranty. Cost him $18k to have the motor replaced. Now he has a $1k truck payment and a $18k repair bill.
he got had
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Good luck on your decision. You got a whole lot of what you were asking for here plus a whole lot of what you DID NOT ask for. Enjoy doing what is right for you.
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So many options, it can be hard to get a baseline when people just post a price without window sticker. Love my king ranch, no problems in the first 6,000 miles.

That's oxford white correct?
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Good luck on your decision. You got a whole lot of what you were asking for here plus a whole lot of what you DID NOT ask for. Enjoy doing what is right for you.
Kinda like asking what bow or what tires. YMMV
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A Buddy just bought a F250 XLT diesel for 54k drive out...in Crosby.
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I bought the mid packaged lariat called the lariat value package. 20" wheels, leather, heated and cooled seats, etc. $55k. 10k off should not be an issue.
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Keep it less chance of an older truck getting stolen than a new one
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