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Best special edition quantifiable

Redfour5

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I'm wondering what is the best deal looking at msrp, what you get and what you would pay to piecemeal order. I have a Built to Serve. It's list of special edition add ons seem like a good deal. You get essentially the ORP, blackout package and things like the light package. I then see the Mopar Special Edition and it has squat except a special edition plaque and outside appliques.
 

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I'm wondering what is the best deal looking at msrp, what you get and what you would pay to piecemeal order. I have a Built to Serve. It's list of special edition add ons seem like a good deal. You get essentially the ORP, blackout package and things like the light package. I then see the Mopar Special Edition and it has squat except a special edition plaque and outside appliques.
Southwest laramie i think is the best "deal" in terms of overall savings(speaking with bias here), effectively it is comparable to a laramie sport with pano, powered boards and the 12" display. My ecodiesel priced out to 63K MSRP, to build the exact same truck with the sport package +add ons is 69k MSRP and the sport package makes the brown interior not optionable. with the southwest its possible with most colors.
 

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Southwest laramie i think is the best "deal" in terms of overall savings(speaking with bias here), effectively it is comparable to a laramie sport with pano, powered boards and the 12" display. My ecodiesel priced out to 63K MSRP, to build the exact same truck with the sport package +add ons is 69k MSRP and the sport package makes the brown interior not optionable. with the southwest its possible with most colors.
I did something like what you did with mine and it came up a few thousand more to option (order) the individual parts and pieces separately.
 

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Southwest laramie i think is the best "deal" in terms of overall savings(speaking with bias here), effectively it is comparable to a laramie sport with pano, powered boards and the 12" display. My ecodiesel priced out to 63K MSRP, to build the exact same truck with the sport package +add ons is 69k MSRP and the sport package makes the brown interior not optionable. with the southwest its possible with most colors.
I am also biased, but I would agree. When you match the Laramie Southwest edition with the ORG, you get a lot of the luxuries of the Limited and the off-road capabilities of the Rebel. Not quite all of the luxuries and capabilities, but seemed like the best deal to me.
 

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