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Posted: 6/10/2001 6:02:55 AM EST
how much is the dealer's invoice price compared to the MSRP for the following vehicles: Chevrolet Tahoe 2-WD, 4-DR LT Chevrolet Tahoe 4-WD, 4-DR LT GMC Yukon 2-WD, 4-DR SLT Ford Expedition 2-WD Eddie Bauer Ford Expedition 4-WD Eddie Bauer Based on my sample data obtained from various internet-based car shopping sites, Ford seems to have an average of -13.3% while the Chevy and the GMC both have -14.1%. If anybody really knows, I would appreciate any help or advise that you can spare. If such figures are best not posted, please email me at: metamorpho@hotmail.com Also if you were to choose between the above, which one would you get??? Does anybody have one?? If so please tell me about your experience in buying it and maybe a vehicle feedback. Thanks in advance.
Link Posted: 6/10/2001 7:09:38 AM EST
A friend of mine who has been in the car business for over thirty years said that the MSRP on trucks is generally $1500-$2500 more than dealer invoice.
Link Posted: 6/10/2001 7:33:40 AM EST
After seeing the crash tests on fullsize trucks last week, I've taken Ford off the list of vehicles to purchase. The F150 crumpled like a wet papertowel.
Link Posted: 6/10/2001 7:56:46 AM EST
[url]http://www.edmunds.com/[/url]
Link Posted: 6/10/2001 8:10:57 AM EST
Using the below links find an on-line car seller, and they show three prices, MSRP, invoice, their price (usually $500 over). Kelly Blue Book [url]www.kbb.com[/url] AutoTrader [url]www.autotrader.com[/url]
Link Posted: 6/10/2001 8:54:18 AM EST
Based on my sample data obtained from various internet-based car shopping sites, Ford seems to have an average of -13.3% while the Chevy and the GMC both have -14.1%. If anybody really knows, I would appreciate any help or advise that you can spare.
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Too bad Wal-Mart doesn't sell cars.
Link Posted: 6/10/2001 9:22:25 AM EST
Originally posted by CC
After seeing the crash tests on fullsize trucks last week, I've taken Ford off the list of vehicles to purchase. The F150 crumpled like a wet papertowel.
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Did you see which one did best? They said that the Chevy and Dodge were marginally better than the Ford. The best was the full size Toyota pickup, I forget the model name.
Link Posted: 6/10/2001 10:34:17 AM EST
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