2012 Ford F-150 Regular Cab XL 2dr Regular Cab Styleside 6.5 ft. SB (3.7L 6cyl 6A)
Cost $21,500 stripped.
Now an additional $1,000 rebate.
Quite a lot of car for the money. Ford has done an excellent job with this truck, but I argue that Ford has done a better job of causing the competition to cut prices, at least on the low end trucks.
GM about $1,500 cheaper, with bed-liner, cruise control standard.
Dodge maybe $1,000 cheaper with Hemi engine.
Both have better warranties than Ford.
Buying a car is bizarre these days.
You have to look for the coupons that work.
Are you with USAA?
Are you a former GM owner?
I'm not so I didn't buy GM. I happen to be a GM shareholder.
Would that have counted?
I forgot to ask.
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