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In the opinion of the forum, are the 14's going to lose their value once the 15's are more readily available? Would a guy be an idiot to buy a 14 either new or used today at current market prices? I know this is kind of open ended, but I think you all know what I am getting at.

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Which looks better to you?
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How could anyone complain about the look of either, they are both beautiful!
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Any vehicle loses value once you drive it off the lot. The '14 will lose more because it is already considered a year old. That being said, you should also get a lot better deal on a '14. The '15's are more expensive and I don't think dealers are too inclined to give much off. Which one do you like better.


I bought on Halloween. I could have waited for a '15 but I like the '14's better plus I got a killer deal so I got a '14.


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I would go with a new '14. They are giving killer deals, I personnal hate buying used, and it's not going to lose as much value as you think. The milage wear and tare all make a huge difference in resale no matter what the year.
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The '14s will without a doubt lose some value when '15s become more readily available, but no truck is going to retain its original value long term. I would say you can get a killer deal on a '14 right now, and if that's what you like buy one. If you really like the '15s then order one of those!
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Any vehicle loses value once you drive it off the lot. The '14 will lose more because it is already considered a year old. That being said, you should also get a lot better deal on a '14. The '15's are more expensive and I don't think dealers are too inclined to give much off. Which one do you like better.


I bought on Halloween. I could have waited for a '15 but I like the '14's better plus I got a killer deal so I got a '14.


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Same here, I saw the 15s and liked the 14s more so I went with that.
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I traded my 12 FX4 for a 14 King Ranch because right now there's way to many smoking deals going on. Plus I didn't want to deal with new body style issues like we did with my wife's 15 Tahoe.
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Like funmoney stated. All vehicles loose their value. Test drive both and pick the one that you like the most.
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What dealers are offering the best 14 deals?How much off MSRP can be expected?
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