Laramie Level 1 are more common and really a decent option package; you don't get a whole lot more with the Level 2. You want a Limited slip rear for those winter roads up North; E-Locker if you are offroading.Good morning,
My wife is looking to trade her 2014 Wrangler Unlimited owned since new for a new or used truck. We are looking at Rams and F150s. I generally prefer the idea of buying used. We did buy the wranglers new as they retain their value so well. I have a cash offer for her Willys for 20K from one local dealer. KBB has the private party value for "very good" condition at 23-25. I think I might be able to do a little better at a CRDJ dealership as they sell Jeeps. I'm not a novice to buying cars, so I intend to get the price I want for the new truck, have a minimum price I'll take for the wrangler, and pay the rest in cash.
Our minim requirements are as follows
4. Crew cab short box
5. Level 2 equipment group
6. Advanced safety group
I would also like rear posi or e-locker. I am currently living down south, but will be moving back to New England next year. If I were ordering I would include the off-road group as well. As configured "new" the MSRP I was shown on the ram site was 53. I really want to stay inside a $20K cash window including all fees. I think this might be realistic if I found a truck configured as such off the lot. I'd take more, but my minimum requirements are non-negotiables. It seems like people prefer dumb appearance packages over useful features , or at least that is how RAM orders the Trucks.
The handful of questions I have are as follows
1. I know this is realistic for used vehicles, but how about new?
2. How are they with price flexibility off the lot vs ordered when talking new vehicles
3. Do dealers generally move a lot on used vehicles? I've seen 2019 limiteds with 12-15K on them, can I expect them to budge down to 40K on those, or is that a pipe dream?
4. Is there a best source of extended warranties? I know there is generally some asinine markup at the dealer
5. Anything I should be aware of with this vehicles?
We are also considering F150s with the Coyote and 10 speed. My wife is partial to the F150, and it will be her truck.
Thanks in advance!
For 41,600 think its good price.In the process of buying this for $41,600. With taxes, fees, and delivery from 200 miles away it comes to $44,000.
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The dealer is going to facetime me, put it up on a lift, etc. Anything I should be looking for specifically? It's a larger dealership with a solid reputation, but while I've ordered new cars, I've never bought one site unseen.