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Guys these deals can be had, fiat Chrysler is reporting 10% or more decline in sales, 2019’s are stacking up on dealer lots, this dealer told me they sold one truck yesterday.
 

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Guys these deals can be had, fiat Chrysler is reporting 10% or more decline in sales, 2019’s are stacking up on dealer lots, this dealer told me they sold one truck yesterday.
Of course they mouthed off they aren’t making any money off this truck blah blah it’s all ********. Just be willing to walk out, I walked out three times, told them not a penny more than 50k, 10k down, etc.
 

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Of course they mouthed off they aren’t making any money off this truck blah blah it’s all ********. Just be willing to walk out, I walked out three times, told them not a penny more than 50k, 10k down, etc.
According to the dealership there was a positive equity trade involved that made up another $7K. So that certainly helps.
 

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According to the dealership there was a positive equity trade involved that made up another $7K. So that certainly helps.
Lol you mean my 2017 canyon diesel they offered 26k for? They’ll be lucky to sell it for 28k. They gave me the best trade in offer.
 

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Had a hard time getting my local dealers to give me a competitive price on a Rebel. Got tossed out of 6-8 dealers.

Ultimately decide to order exactly what I wanted instead of paying for options I did not care about. No one locally would order a truck at a great price so I contacted a forum sponsor Criswell (Carl W.) in Maryland. He was slightly lower than Koons... $300 doc fee...no Va tax...

He was 13% off MSRP & incentives...I expected to be at 18-19% off with the incentives I qualify for. Not a Bighorn deal but not bad for a 2020 Rebel configured to order.

Will let you know how the delivery goes.
 

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Heading in today to look at a 2019 Ram Big Horn. Dealer is offering me 19% off sticker. Getting tougher to find leftover 19s with what I want.
 

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Had a hard time getting my local dealers to give me a competitive price on a Rebel. Got tossed out of 6-8 dealers.

Ultimately decide to order exactly what I wanted instead of paying for options I did not care about. No one locally would order a truck at a great price so I contacted a forum sponsor Criswell (Carl W.) in Maryland. He was slightly lower than Koons... $300 doc fee...no Va tax...

He was 13% off MSRP & incentives...I expected to be at 18-19% off with the incentives I qualify for. Not a Bighorn deal but not bad for a 2020 Rebel configured to order.

Will let you know how the delivery goes.
"Criswell (Carl W.) in Maryland" what's he's contact info?

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Question for folks in the know. I’m looking to lease a 2019 Laramie 4wd crew cab pretty loaded up with an MSRP of 65,850. In my area the factory incentives are running 5,500 and I get another 500 for lease loyalty. I’m pushing a dealer hard for another 11,100 off. This would be a dealer discount of 16.9% plus the factory incentives for a total discount of 26%. They say they absolutely cannot do it, but I wonder if I should hold firm or cave. No trade in the equation either, going from one lease to another.

They seem to be sticking to a dealer discount (before incentives) of 13.9%. Certainly nothing to sneeze at, especially with 6,000 in factory incentives, but I still think they can do better. I’ve heard 15% plus incentives is sort of the going rate here, so 16.9% on a 2019 seems in the ballpark to me.

Not a lot of 2019s left, especially Laramie’s optioned this well, and I already missed out on one closer to home. Let me know what you all think! Thanks.
 

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I just got my mew Ram last week. Sticker was 59300. I negotiated them down to 43000 before taxes and tags. I talked to a few dealerships over last 6 months. This(y) was the best deal I could get by far.
 

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I agree. Have you figured out a way to keep Full Screen on Navigation Bright while driving with headlights on to keep Furrion on?


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Guys,

My First Post!

Please let me know your thoughts on this pricing. I'm following the original example for listing the numbers.

Ordering (not on the lot) a 2020 Ram 1500 LARAMIE CREW CAB 4X4

MSRP $66,420 - POC attached
EP (Employee Price ) $58,236.00
-$1,000 Dealer Discount
-$2,000 October 2019 Rebates
-$500 FCA Financing
-$500 (2) Dealership Coupons $250Ea
-$500 Lease Loyalty on a Purchase (Must have an FCA lease expiring within 12 months)
=$53,736 before TTL & Doc Fees or 19.10% off MSRP

Michigan TTL & Doc Fees
+$3,434 MI Sales Tax
+$220 Doc Fees
+$8 Transfer Plate Fee
+$24 CVR
+$16 Title
+$20 New Michigan Plate Transfer Fee above the "$8 Transfer Plate Fee "

Amount Financed $57,458
 

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Lmao this dealership won’t go lower than 5.78% interest, I have a 830 credit score, there is no way they didn’t attach additional interest to squeeze me for money.
 

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Lmao this dealership won’t go lower than 5.78% interest, I have a 830 credit score, there is no way they didn’t attach additional interest to squeeze me for money.
And how many of the Rebates used in the "special " pricing did you NOT qualify for ??
 

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Guys,

My First Post!

Please let me know your thoughts on this pricing. I'm following the original example for listing the numbers.

Ordering (not on the lot) a 2020 Ram 1500 LARAMIE CREW CAB 4X4

MSRP $66,420 - POC attached
EP (Employee Price ) $58,236.00
-$1,000 Dealer Discount
-$2,000 October 2019 Rebates
-$500 FCA Financing
-$500 (2) Dealership Coupons $250Ea
-$500 Lease Loyalty on a Purchase (Must have an FCA lease expiring within 12 months)
=$53,736 before TTL & Doc Fees or 19.10% off MSRP

Michigan TTL & Doc Fees
+$3,434 MI Sales Tax
+$220 Doc Fees
+$8 Transfer Plate Fee
+$24 CVR
+$16 Title
+$20 New Michigan Plate Transfer Fee above the "$8 Transfer Plate Fee "

Amount Financed $57,458
Well... I changed my mine and probably made a better financial decision. I went with a Big Horn in lieu of this Laramie.

MSRP $54,830
EP (Employee Price ) $49,090.00
-$2,800 Dealer Discount
-$7,000 October 2019 Rebates
-$500 FCA Financing
-$250 (1) Dealership Coupon
-$500 Lease Loyalty on a Purchase (Must have an FCA lease expiring within 12 months)
=$38,040 before TTL & Doc Fees or 30.62% off MSRP

Michigan TTL & Doc Fees
+$2,792 MI Sales Tax
+$220 Doc Fees
+$8 Transfer Plate Fee
+$24 CVR
+$16 Title
+$20 New Michigan Plate Transfer Fee above the "$8 Transfer Plate Fee "
Original Amount Financed $41,100
+1,073 Negotiated Mopar 2" Lift Kit/Installed
Final Amount Financed $42,073
 

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Well... I changed my mine and probably made a better financial decision. I went with a Big Horn in lieu of this Laramie.

MSRP $54,830
EP (Employee Price ) $49,090.00
-$2,800 Dealer Discount
-$7,000 October 2019 Rebates
-$500 FCA Financing
-$250 (1) Dealership Coupon
-$500 Lease Loyalty on a Purchase (Must have an FCA lease expiring within 12 months)
=$38,040 before TTL & Doc Fees or 30.62% off MSRP

Michigan TTL & Doc Fees
+$2,792 MI Sales Tax
+$220 Doc Fees
+$8 Transfer Plate Fee
+$24 CVR
+$16 Title
+$20 New Michigan Plate Transfer Fee above the "$8 Transfer Plate Fee "
Original Amount Financed $41,100
+1,073 Negotiated Mopar 2" Lift Kit/Installed
Final Amount Financed $42,073
how did you get employee pricing?
 

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I have been bounced out of many dealers over Rebels that simply will not deal and don't seem to care either. I may set my sights on a Laramie for two reasons, one being that they seem to want to deal without much effort on them and second, I have plenty of MPG data from them (for the v6).
I still can't find anything regarding real world 3.6L Rebel MPG numbers. Plenty of HEMI info but with $4.00+ California gas (regular) , 110 mile drive per day and nothing to tow, I have to go V6.
Inventory is low for 2019 but still there are more Laramies than Rebels around on lots.
 

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'19 Laramie MSRP $50240
$1896 for dealer installed spray in bed liner, steps, plus crap I didn't want. So they're asking $52136.
Paid $40915 OTD.
$7886 dealer discount
$5500 rebate
Doc fee, tax & title $2164
So not counting Doc fee, tax & title 25.7% discount
 
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