Discussion in 'Prospective Raptor Owners' started by RAD, Oct 16, 2020 at 12:51 PM.
Wondering what the highest “over” MSRP is? I bet I’ve seen the worst.
There are a few 2019 Raptors that are still new and they are marked down. Here are 2 as an example. Both are nice 802a optioned.
I don’t see them going up, but holding steady. I’m surprised that the 2 above are still around.
I heard this at the Raptor Assault school last week as well. It
Appears the next model will see a
Significant bump in price and the market is pricing available stock accordingly.
I have to correct the above. I looked at their site again and the 2020 Raptor apparently has hail damage. That must be the reason for the huge discount.
What options are you looking for? I had good luck looking 150 miles away from big cities, in more rural areas. Don't rely on a dealership to find one for you. You're just going to pay them to move it and they're going to mark it up because they know you want it.
I just went through this exercise at the end of September for a 2020. Use Ford's inventory tool, and put in zip codes sprinkled around the US. Then go check the dealership websites to see if they are still in stock and weren't lifted and ADM'ed. You'll be surprised. I was with pricing in KY and WI, and I'm from the Chicago area. Both locations had Raptors at Invoice, or around $100 over. They still have a 3% holdback on MSRP, so they're not losing any money.
You can arrange shipping for less than the dealership you are working with will charge you.
Good advice use the tools that are out there to find a deal.
Bought 2020 last month at Surprise Ford in AZ for just a bit under msrp. Had several on the lot, but not sure how fast they move em.
Been shopping a lot for a couple weeks and 3k over in CA is the best I can get. Getting a bit frustrated. Don't want to pay markup.
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