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Yep....totaled my 2011 in a wreck not my fault in March.....got check from Ins so I went ahead and ordered. 2017 Platinum, 250 4x4 6.7 Crew/Shorty. 72k
 

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That the MSRP, out the door or before tax title and license?
 

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Must be Canadian $$$, as the most expensive completely loaded 2016 f 350 Dually can be had for under 60K before taxes here in the states, or he just overpaid the dealer.
 

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Must be Canadian $$$, as the most expensive completely loaded 2016 f 350 Dually can be had for under 60K before taxes here in the states, or he just overpaid the dealer.
He ordered a 2017.
 

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I put in an order at Fowlerville Ford. Don't know that exact price till I see the actual invoice once its built. That's the great relationship I have with my sales guy.
 

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2017 F450 Lariat Ultimate with about every option came out at 75k invoice, Platinum was 80k invoice. Add 5 to that for MSRP.
 

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Must be Canadian $$$, as the most expensive completely loaded 2016 f 350 Dually can be had for under 60K before taxes here in the states, or he just overpaid the dealer.


Nope....not Canadian...good ole American mula...just lots of it...lol. That is my Xplan price after adding all of my options...which was not every option....didn't need all the cold weather stuff. I'm sure there will be some rebates and discounts when the truck actually comes in sometime before the end of the year. These 2017 trucks have gone up slightly in price since the 2016s came out.
 

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I put in an order at Fowlerville Ford. Don't know that exact price till I see the actual invoice once its built. That's the great relationship I have with my sales guy.
Outlw...did you go 450 again?? To answer above, I doubt I "overpaid" my dealer...as I haven't paid a dime yet....but take a stroll down to the dealer and spec one out yourself....You ain't getting a Platinum for under 70.....if you do...that is a GREAT deal. Maybe with an employee plan.
 

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:surprise:Oh man, now that is sticker shock!!!:surprise:
 

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Outlw...did you go 450 again?? To answer above, I doubt I "overpaid" my dealer...as I haven't paid a dime yet....but take a stroll down to the dealer and spec one out yourself....You ain't getting a Platinum for under 70.....if you do...that is a GREAT deal. Maybe with an employee plan.
We'll tonight i pulled the trigger and put in an order for a new 2017 F450 since the wife wants a new style too. Spent 45 minutes with Scott and ordered. I was going to wait a year on the 450 with Scott but what the heck. I can't wait see them all over Michigan here now and on I96
 

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We'll tonight i pulled the trigger and put in an order for a new 2017 F450 since the wife wants a new style too. Spent 45 minutes with Scott and ordered. I was going to wait a year on the 450 with Scott but what the heck. I can't wait see them all over Michigan here now and on I96


Nice! What color are you going with? I went with a Ingot Silver Platinum. Had a White/Gold KR for my last one so wanted to change it up a bit. Those 450s look SWEET !
 

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Well I got a quote from Vernon Auto Group for a 2017 Lariat F250 4x4 long bed. Came out to $63k MSRP. I think I'll wait till incentives kick in to get decent money off and get it down to a reasonable number.
 

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Big money will be coming back on them.
One year old off lease purchase trucks will be hitting lots soon enough.
Hold off a bit, rebates will be hitting. Rebates and incentives always drop book value.
If you can hold off a little while you will be able to find a certified used one with less than 10k on it dramatically less.
You of course you need to also do your due dillegence on any product you are planning to purchase or lease. If still considering new down the road discuss with the finance and insurance manager a lease. Most times the manufacturer will buy up the residual from their finance company to make a lease attractive. If the residual is good ( enter than actual projected) and the money factor ( kinda the intrest percentage ) is reasonable, this might be the way to go. ABSOLUTLY get gap insurance in case if a total loss. This insurance covers any negative equity and unless you put a boatload down on one of these trucks, you will be so far upside down, it will make your head spin.
Hang tight for a deal on a cert used with a clean oasis report, goes through regen ok, no sagging rear, no death wobble ect.
Hope you pick a nice one and enjoy it, new truck feeling is nice.:smile2:
 

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2017 F350 4x4 CC SRW King Ranch, nicely equipped (aka "all the bells and whistles) Retail is $78,710 X-plan is $74,060.59 and A/Z plan is $70,866.92.

Ordered on 5/3/16. I expect delivery in October/November. This truck will replace my 2015 F150 4x4 CC Platinum. I have driven Ford F350's since the Super Duty was first introduced in 1998 as a 1999 model. The F150 is nice but ready to get a real truck back in the stable.
 
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