- Jan 17, 2020
- Current Ride
- 2020 F250 Lariat 6.7 Powerstroke
- Current Ride #2
- 1974 F250 Highboy
I don't have any insight into pricing but I will say that if you just "want a truck" for the cheapest price then just buy the cheapest truck and be done with it. If you want something in particular then you'll justify the purchase. I really wanted a tremor so I bought it. Incentives from dodge and Gm wasn't even a thought or consideration. If I just needed something with a bed for the lowest price possible I would have bought something else. The value proposition needs to be made by you. If you're gong into a purchase with price and deal as your only hang-up then I don't think you'll ever be happy no matter what you buy. Yes, these trucks are a lot of money and they are depreciating assets but for some people, myself included, they are emotional rather than rational purchases. I bought mine before this whole Chinavirus nonsense and I still got a great deal. I got Ford customer cash (pays to be loyal), the typical package discounts, invoice pricing through Costco auto program, and a hell of an APR with a short term (1.9 for 36 months). Loan rates are even better now so I'm sure you can find a decent rate outside of "factory" lending. But, if you need that 0% rate and super long loan term with deferral, then perhaps spending 60-80k isn't the right move at the moment. I don't know I'm not judging or assuming.