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Old 09-22-2018, 08:06 AM
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How much off MSRP when ordering F350?

Looking to order a 2019 F350 Lariat CC SB SRW 4x4 with some additional options and have been through the online build about a 100 times. What is a good deal for % off MSRP...how do I find out invoice pricing?
 
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Old 09-22-2018, 08:17 AM
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Go to NADA Guides. It will provide invoice. I'd expect at least invoice or several hundred dollars below and any incentives on top of that.

https://www.nadaguides.com/Cars/2019/Ford/Super-Duty-F-350-SRW?category=Truck
https://www.nadaguides.com/Cars/2019/Ford/Super-Duty-F-350-SRW/Lariat-4WD-Crew-Cab-6-75-Box/Zip
 
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Old 09-22-2018, 08:35 AM
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It all depends my dealer did $500 below invoice because it was a guaranteed sale in there eyes and little effort aside from placing the order. It will vary on the dealer but you should be able to get invoice if not lower. Several dealers in Texas will sell 1K below off the lot and will honor the same deal if ordered. If you want the best deal you might have to travel. Vernon auto group in Texas is a good dealer for below invoice.
 
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Old 09-22-2018, 08:58 AM
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My truck should be in this week, and I am planning to do a post on the final exact numbers, but I ended up getting almost $3k below invoice on my order, before any rebates or $3k PCO. Send some emails out with your build and tell them youíre price shopping. If you want a good price to compare to, contact Koon Ford in Maryland, they were the best I found. A few local dealers were not far off that price though.
 
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Old 09-22-2018, 09:22 AM
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Send some emails out with your build and tell them youíre price shopping. If you want a good price to compare to, contact Koon Ford in Maryland, they were the best I found.
I did the same process. Emailed my exact build to ~10 dealers. Like you, Koons of Baltimore gave me the best price but then my local small town dealer beat it by a few hundred dollars.
 
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Old 09-22-2018, 09:53 AM
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I didn't order either of mine but on my most recent purchase, an '18 Platinum, the sticker was a little over $80k and I was able to drive out at $73k and some change. That included everything except tax, tag, & title as I bought it out of state. Cash deal, no trade. That was the best deal I could get comparing very similar trucks from 3 dealers. Hope this helps. Good luck.
 
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I got invoice minus $850.00, then $1000 incentive and $3,000 PCO
 
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Originally Posted by Mkos1980 View Post
I got invoice minus $850.00, then $1000 incentive and $3,000 PCO
And how much of of MSRP was that, before taxes and license?
 
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I got about 13% off MSRP when ordering mine, including the $3000 PCO. The dealer basically agreed to split the holdback with me.
 
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And how much of of MSRP was that, before taxes and license?
$60,865 MSRP
 
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Old 09-22-2018, 10:29 PM
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$74,014 MSRP
purchasimg with X-plan which is basically at invoice and limits dealer fees to $100
$66,129 paid + $100 dealer fee, tax and tag

Negotiated and locked in trade in price at order. I had small hole and dent above right tail light where I backed into my 5th wheel pin box. With the damage the Dealer gave me KBB plus another $1,203 on trade even with it needing a little body work. My new truck arrived at the dealership yesterday. I’m out of town and will be picking it up in 2 days when I get home.

I have the typical standard $500 incentive plus the $3,000 PCO. I also will hopefully be applying another $250 USAA rebate.

USAA finance rates locked in at 3.49% for 72 months.












 
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Old 09-23-2018, 03:54 PM
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Just bought mine off the lot inventory. MSRP was 54035.00. Dealer had it listed with 3500.00 off. On top of that I had a 3000 PCO, 750 w/x plan pricing EAA offer, and 500 for financing. I also had a 500 military but it wouldn't stack with the PCO . And they gave me 48500 for my trade which was 4500 more than CarMax and saved me another 3300 in sales tax.

If you go on dentonford.com and pick any truck you'll see all available offers from Ford in the listing. So e you need to join like EAA or American Quarter horse. Eaa cost me 40.00 for 750 discount. AQH requires 60 days as member before discount .


 
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The best percentage off the MSRP I've seen was 23%... and I've been buying cars since the late 60's. When asked to make an offer... 20% is where I begin since they begin with MSRP. make dealer compete for your business. First the big three, then if it's a Ford, then other dealers. Never be afraid to give deposits with the sales manager signature and card attached.

Once you hear something like... I can beat it by $50 and you hear that from the sales manager, that's about it... and no longer worth the effort. The prices must be what the written amount on check would look like, so no additional "fees" are inserted. It's bottom line pricing you're after.

That's my story and I'm sticking to it.
 
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Old 09-23-2018, 04:44 PM
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Originally Posted by AGFazio View Post
Just bought mine off the lot inventory. MSRP was 54035.00. Dealer had it listed with 3500.00 off. On top of that I had a 3000 PCO, 750 w/x plan pricing EAA offer, and 500 for financing. I also had a 500 military but it wouldn't stack with the PCO . And they gave me 48500 for my trade which was 4500 more than CarMax and saved me another 3300 in sales tax.

If you go on dentonford.com and pick any truck you'll see all available offers from Ford in the listing. So e you need to join like EAA or American Quarter horse. Eaa cost me 40.00 for 750 discount. AQH requires 60 days as member before discount .


where do you find the $750 EAA Discount? Iím picking mine up Tuesday and would love another $750 off.

Thanks in advance
 
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