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Old 05-19-2013, 08:58 AM   #11
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Get a '13. The rebates will even out the cost.
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Get a '13. The rebates will even out the cost.
What are the rebates on a 2013?
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Old 05-19-2013, 03:33 PM   #13
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What are the rebates on a 2013?
Depends where you live. Here in Chicago it's like $6,000-$7500 depending which model you pick. Go to fords website and plug in you zip code that way you would know for sure what's available to you.
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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.
Not always true. Check your state rules. I found in some if you take the bill of sale to a dmv you can still pay tax on only the difference.

Also the trade in on all f-150's (minus the raptor) sucks. So expect to get screwed.
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I would go with a 2013. Your gonna take a beating either way, and the monies shouldn't be that much in the big scheme of things. You never know, this Eco could be one that has had all the little gremlins
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