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    Is This A Good Price?

    2017 Laramie Longhorn with 34,000 miles.

    Is this a decent deal?

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    Re: Is This A Good Price?

    Where are you located?

    Have you priced using NADA?

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    Re: Is This A Good Price?

    Quote Originally Posted by Linetrash96 View Post
    2017 Laramie Longhorn with 34,000 miles.

    Is this a decent deal?
    Kind of high in my opinion.

    I paid a little more than that brand new for mine back in 2016.

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    Re: Is This A Good Price?

    Little high in my opinion.

    I paid 50k a year ago for a 2018 Bighorn 4x4 with 11k miles.

    Probably could have got em down to 48k though...oh well.

    I like to think of it as an investment though.

    We may pay 50-60k for a truck, vs a 30-40k for a gas truck, but by the time our note is paid off the diesel is still worth 25-35k and just getting broke in.

    Pay off a brand new gas truck and it might be worth 7-10k and probably on the verge of some major repairs.


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    Quote Originally Posted by TheJonJon View Post
    Little high in my opinion.

    I paid 50k a year ago for a 2018 Bighorn 4x4 with 11k miles.

    Probably could have got em down to 48k though...oh well.

    I like to think of it as an investment though.

    We may pay 50-60k for a truck, vs a 30-40k for a gas truck, but by the time our note is paid off the diesel is still worth 25-35k and just getting broke in.

    Pay off a brand new gas truck and it might be worth 7-10k and probably on the verge of some major repairs.
    That’s very true I was thinking about trading in my 2012 Powerstroke but they said they’d only give me 10k so I’m just going to keep looking for the time being.

    I might even keep the PS for a work truck as much maintenance and time that I’ve put in it, but man I want a Laramie LongHorn pretty bad LOL.


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    My first question would be why did the first owner - get rid of it so early in it's life - I would have ask for the original owners name and number and called them - just to get more info about the truck and asked a few questions.

    My build sheet advertised 64K for my Bighorn in 2018 - I think after doing much looking - my Bighorn has just about every option offered within the Bighorn brand - Including every towing option...

    I paid $54K with 12 miles on the OD - and they paid my TTT.

    I do think my 17 was the only one left on the lot at that time - I also remember (Steve telling Me) I had over (27) 2018 2500s to choose from - The ignorant thing is none of them had every towing option available - My 2017 Bighorn did!

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    Re: Is This A Good Price?

    Check out james O'Neal Dodge or give them a call.

    You might be surprised at what you could get.


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    Quote Originally Posted by mega2020 View Post
    Check out james O'Neal Dodge or give them a call.

    You might be surprised at what you could get.
    I figured it was because I had some parts fall off of it and they can’t sell it on the lot.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Linetrash96 View Post
    2017 Laramie Longhorn with 34,000 miles.

    Is this a decent deal?
    A touch high for my taste but these trucks have went up in price the last month or so.

    Like @TexNeck said, check NADA and give what you'll be happy paying for it!

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    Re: Is This A Good Price?

    Quote Originally Posted by cumminsdieselfreak View Post
    A touch high for my taste but these trucks have went up in price the last month or so.

    Like @TexNeck said, check NADA and give what you'll be happy paying for it!
    I appreciate the help and advice sellers.


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