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Old 05-18-2013, 08:08 AM   #1
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I am currently driving a 2012 scab FX4 eco. Local dealer has the same truck with the following differences:
It is a screw 2012, appearance pkg, sun roof, navigation and 5000 more miles than mine. We both have leather, 20" wheels, factory running boards, mine does have a bed liner and tonneau cover. I would like to have the screw rather than the scab and I like black rather than the red I have now. So what do you think it will cost me to trade?
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I am currently driving a 2012 scab FX4 eco. Local dealer has the same truck with the following differences:
It is a screw 2012, appearance pkg, sun roof, navigation and 5000 more miles than mine. We both have leather, 20" wheels, factory running boards, mine does have a bed liner and tonneau cover. I would like to have the screw rather than the scab and I like black rather than the red I have now. So what do you think it will cost me to trade?
Go to www.galves.com and find out the wholesale/trade price of your truck. On the east coast galves is ALL the dealers use to F*&^ the buyer. Doing what you are doing in my opinion is not a good idea. If you have to have a screw so badly then go for a 2013 and get rebates and such and other incentives. May work out better for you but remember, you will lose money no matter what you do.
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My bet is 5-6 grand out of your pocket. Screw is in higher demand for one thing plus I think the nav is a 2500 option roof a grand and the appearance pkg I think is a good 1500 plus the cost of a screw compared to a supercab. They won't give you a dime for the cover so you might as well take it off and sell it. Good luck
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Go to www.galves.com and find out the wholesale/trade price of your truck. On the east coast galves is ALL the dealers use to F*&^ the buyer. Doing what you are doing in my opinion is not a good idea. If you have to have a screw so badly then go for a 2013 and get rebates and such and other incentives. May work out better for you but remember, you will lose money no matter what you do.
Yea, I know it will cost me and that is the question, buy 2013 or consider the 2012?
If I could do it for 5-6 K I would. My guess is twice that.
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If you're trying to get out as cheap as possible, consider selling yours out right and then buy. You can get free numbers without paying for them through NADA, KBB and edmunds.
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Why don't you talk to the dealer and ask how much it would cost to trade up?
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If you're trying to get out as cheap as possible, consider selling yours out right and then buy.
I sold my 06 outright before buying my '11. There are pros and cons of doing this. By not trading I had to pay sales tax on $33.5k. If I had traded my old truck towards the new truck I would have only paid sales tax on $14k.
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I am currently driving a 2012 scab FX4 eco. Local dealer has the same truck with the following differences:
It is a screw 2012, appearance pkg, sun roof, navigation and 5000 more miles than mine. We both have leather, 20" wheels, factory running boards, mine does have a bed liner and tonneau cover. I would like to have the screw rather than the scab and I like black rather than the red I have now. So what do you think it will cost me to trade?
First question. Is your 12 paid off? I'm guessing so. But just in case. :-)
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I'm guessing the super crew would be worth around $4k more on the used market than the supercab, all other things being equal. Just because its a super crew. I'm also guessing they'll ask for yours plus $10k. And take yours plus $8k or a little less if you push. Just curious if I get close to their numbers. As said earlier, might come out better on a new model with all the rebates.
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I'm guessing the super crew would be worth around $4k more on the used market than the supercab, all other things being equal. Just because its a super crew. I'm also guessing they'll ask for yours plus $10k. And take yours plus $8k or a little less if you push. Just curious if I get close to their numbers. As said earlier, might come out better on a new model with all the rebates.
I think your dead on, about 8-10 K difference. I'll stop in next week and see what they will trade for. I'm not sure I want to know, I love the truck I have and don't need to trade but if I was, this is the truck with the changes I would want. I hate the doors on the scab and I always have loved black.
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