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Old 01-01-2015, 12:33 PM   #1
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Anyone interested in 15's I'd suggest looking at Hanna Ford in Collingwood. Holy smokes. 71k platinum for 62k. 62k lariat 502A for 51k. And they have 33 of them. I'm in awe. I always built the 15's on the US site and thought the prices were fair then you built them on the Canadian site and the prices were way high.
By no means am I a rep for that dealer I'm just interested in 15's and they by FAR have the best pricing I've seen which is something I know a lot of people are worked up about.
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I would hope so with the incentives, I've seen Platinum stickers at $75000, throw in taxes and you're almost at $85000.

Ridiculous.

33 in stock is pretty impressive.
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I would hope so with the incentives, I've seen Platinum stickers at $75000, throw in taxes and you're almost at $85000. Ridiculous. 33 in stock is pretty impressive.
I've seen a KR at 80 msrp...
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Wow! Thanks for the tip, haven't seen that much off a lariat. Been looking at a number of dealers and seems the lariats they have are exactly what I have for a few G less than I have been quoted

Also nice to see the incentives are big right out the gate.....so they should be esp for a loaded lariat, KR or platinum
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I did a little playing around to compare the U.S. Prices to ours. So I built the exact same truck on both sites.

Canada XLT 302A 5L $52,629 before any rebates

U.S. XLT 302A 5L $47,970 before any rebates.

When you convert the U.S. truck to Canadian dollars (add 20%) it equals $57,564. Kinda crazy it works out that much higher than the Canadian MSRP. I know there is a lot more involved than just out dollar but I hope they don't increase that much in a couple years when my lease is up. Also seems like Canadian dealers are taking more off MSRP than what some of the U.S. Forum members seem to be getting.
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