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I just got a brand new 2010 ranger 4x4 supercab for 16,200 from Ford. Sticker price was 27,000. Mine is not auto or fully loaded but it sure is purdy. Hope this helps ypu.
i might have believed you if you said you paid 16,200 for the 4 cylinder supercab. i looked around at different ford dealerships for months. if you want a 4x4 sport its going to cost you 18-19 grand. and the sticker price wasnt 27,000 because my 2011 fully loaded FX4 was 28,000
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^i kinda have to agree with you on that one...a base 4x4 sport doesnt cost a lot...now you can easily run one into the mid 20s if your not careful...
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i might have believed you if you said you paid 16,200 for the 4 cylinder supercab. i looked around at different ford dealerships for months. if you want a 4x4 sport its going to cost you 18-19 grand. and the sticker price wasnt 27,000 because my 2011 fully loaded FX4 was 28,000

You're right. I'm starting to believe 18-19k isn't too bad for truck mentioned in the beginning of this thread. I'm thinking about going back and getting it.
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get the kbb suggested retail value on it and tell the dealer thats what you will give them no more
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kbb says 24.6k retail value, 19.2k trade in.

09 Super Cab XLT 2D 6 ft 4WD 4.0L
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then id go for it... see if you can work them down anymore
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the 2011's are already out so maybe you can talk them down about a grand. or try and get them to throw in the bed liner and tonneau cover.
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yea good point...try to go for a 2010 leftover too
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I'd say 17-18k is a fair price for that Ranger.

I paid 13k for my 05 with 33k miles on it, 6 months ago. Its an XLT, 4.0, 5spd, 2 door, extended cab, manual locks and windows, no tilt wheel, no cruise control. I think I got a decent deal. Not screamin' but I did ok.

If I were you, i'd look for a 4 door. Thats the one regret I have with mine. You can find a 4 door, with that low of miles, for that price i'd bet.
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Ok so I just got out my bill from Ford . Sticker price on my 2010 ranger was 25 729. I paid 16 200. It is described in the bill as follows:
2010 spotr supercab 4x4
4.0L SOHC V6 Engine
5 speed man O/D transmission.

I haggled the **** out of the dealer and got what I wanted. I also got 1000 dollars to spend on ford products. By the way my ranger looks just like the one in the picture from the OP
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damn you got a great deal on that leftover
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after looking at cars.com, all the 2010's 4WD around me are asking around 27k still. there is one 2010 that is MSRP is 27k, but is asking 21k. I may have to go look at that one tomorrow haha
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yea and you would get a brand new truck with 0% apr financing...got more info on that truck
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yea and you would get a brand new truck with 0% apr financing...got more info on that truck
not to mention 6 months of sirius radio!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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very good point!
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Buy a plane ticket and fly to Tinker's city, and let tinker do the haggling for you!

You will save $3k get a brand new truck.

If you don't do the above, call the dealer and find out the name of the sales manager. Go to the dealer, ask for the sales manager. (NO PLAYING GAMES, at this point you are making a deal to buy right then and now, not later.) Make sure you let the Manager know this, obviously the truck was a trade-in, tell them to get the trade-in paperwork out you will pay $500 over the price they gave the previous owner.

I checked there may not be another 2009 with so few miles and that package within 200 miles, your dealer knows this, that is why they haven't made a deal they think they can let it sit and get their price. If you have to finance, get pre-approved at your local bank before you go to the dealer, have that paperwork with you (the dealer may have a better interest rate, and they will negotiate a price if they know you already qualify, they won't negotiate anything if you haven't pre-qualified because they will use the loan to make back their money. But if you have your own lender and your pre-qualified, you don't need them that takes away their leverage, they know you can walk across the street and buy something else.
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yea i know when i bought my truck the salesman was pissed because me and my dad both got new rides and we were preapproved at my CU at 5.5% for 60mos...the dealer wanted 9%apr...they were pissed
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I worked out the deal on my truck before I told them it would be a cash sale. The manager was pissed
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haha what did he have to say
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He said that the only person to make any money on my truck was the salesman . Weather you believe him or not ,he told me he sold me the truck at just over cost .
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thats the way to do it lol..and then you dont have payments...i might not ever finance another vehicle again
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Even if the dealer shows you their real invoice cost, they still make money. They get multiple incentive kick backs from Ford. However none of that applies on a used vehicle, and there is no way that a dealer is going to pay more than KBB wholesale for a used vehicle. Making a used car deal is tougher especially if there is a tight margin which the dealer doesn't want to give up. That is another reason you deal directly with the manager, he cuts out all the BS, and he doesn't even get paid a commission on that car's sale like a normal salesman, his percentage comes from volume, the more units sold the more he makes. Many dealerships you can't even get to the manager.
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i know where i work all used cars are no haggle...
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i got my 06 IN 06 for 15k flat
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