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Old 02-22-2009
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Dealer Cost?

How would I go about finding the dealer's cost for a certain vehicle? Or is it a closely guarded secret?
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Matters the vehicle and how they get it. Trade in? New? I got my ranger for 1200 for the trade in. But that is because my dad works at a dealership. What kind of vehicle are you talking about and whats the MSRP.
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I think the only way would be to find someone that is willing to risk their life to tell you.



lol, kidding
You will probably have to have a friend in the dealership, or something like that. Chances are they won't tell you, because it puts them at a dissadvantage in a sale.

Also it depends on how many they have. Usually Ford will give the stealership a deal when they buy so many units. Like if they buy 50 rangers, they might knock off $1000 the price in which the dealership buys them.
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Could you tell me half of it and just beat me up?
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I mean a new vehicle from the factory. Im either looking at an 09 ranger f150l, or volvo c30(yes its still ford) My company(not gonna name, names) Has a very large fleet contract with ford and offers me the chance to purchase one car per house hold at 4% above dealer's cost.
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Can you not phone the dealership and ask?

They might be able to give you the cost with all the taxes fees etc.
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I mean a new vehicle from the factory. Im either looking at an 09 ranger f150l, or volvo c30(yes its still ford) My company(not gonna name, names) Has a very large fleet contract with ford and offers me the chance to purchase one car per house hold at 4% above dealer's cost.
That is pretty much invoice.
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