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Old 06-18-2017, 11:14 PM
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how much can I expect to save % wise off of a 17' f350 crew diesel?
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You'd get about 10% off MSRP plus you would get any and all rebates/incentives that they are running. Right now on the XLT models is about $2,500 additional off you'd get. July 5th, rebates/incentives are going to change and probably get better from what Im understanding.
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Find one at a local dealer. Identify yourself as an A plan customer and ask to see the invoice. "A plan" price is right there on the bottom of the invoice. Plus you get all current rebates.
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You'd get about 10% off MSRP plus you would get any and all rebates/incentives that they are running. Right now on the XLT models is about $2,500 additional off you'd get. July 5th, rebates/incentives are going to change and probably get better from what Im understanding.
My Dealer who is also a friend told me the big rebates were coming before the end of Summer around the Holiday. He did mention the 4th of July, but it could be Labor Day.

I hope it's the 4th, I'm getting impatient.
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My Dealer who is also a friend told me the big rebates were coming before the end of Summer around the Holiday. He did mention the 4th of July, but it could be Labor Day.

I hope it's the 4th, I'm getting impatient.
Dealers don't know what incentives are starting till the day they start. Anything a dealer says about future rebates is 100% speculation.
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My Dealer who is also a friend told me the big rebates were coming before the end of Summer around the Holiday. He did mention the 4th of July, but it could be Labor Day.

I hope it's the 4th, I'm getting impatient.
Watch out for those kind of dealers.
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Dealers don't know what incentives are starting till the day they start. Anything a dealer says about future rebates is 100% speculation.
That's not 100% correct. First, sometimes (often) zone reps leak some information ahead of time. Though it's unlikely a salesman would know these leaks because that might hinder them from selling a deal today, it's very likely that management has a pretty good idea of whats coming down the pipeline. Speculation may be a generally accurate term, but it casts a less than honest perspective. In reality it's called trend analysis.

Speculation: the forming of a theory or conjecture without firm evidence.

Reality: Several rebates show a good through date of June 21. There haven't been any major changes for awhile. July 4th always has big sales for the automotive industry. Therefore, one can say, without additional leaks, that it's highly probable that come June 22, there will be some new sales in town that are worth waiting for.

That coupled with insider information makes for far better odds than given by speculation.
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Watch out for those kind of dealers.
His motto is "If You can't screw Your friends, who are You going to Screw"!
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Just got my 17 250 Lariat for 57,2xx with a sticker of 64,4xx through Z plan which is the same as A plan, just for retirees.
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