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    Default All-electric F-150 Lightning

    Debut is May 19 per Ford.

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    Yikes - This slug wont be getting one anytime soon.

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    GM one is just as much

    Raptors and TRX are priced there too
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    Quote Originally Posted by Krazybones View Post
    Yikes - This slug wont be getting one anytime soon.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dline View Post
    GM one is just as much

    Raptors and TRX are priced there too
    The real question will be what you can lease one for.

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    Electric hybrid wranglers are getting $7500 tax break
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    I do decent and not hurting but all these new vehicle prices are pricing me right out of the market of a needed DD.
    I am sure I am not alone with this and not talking about a toy like a Raptor or TRX.

    Quote Originally Posted by dline View Post
    GM one is just as much

    Raptors and TRX are priced there too
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    Quote Originally Posted by Krazybones View Post
    I do decent and not hurting but all these new vehicle prices are pricing me right out of the market of a needed DD.
    I am sure I am not alone with this and not talking about a toy like a Raptor or TRX.
    Me too!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Krazybones View Post
    I do decent and not hurting but all these new vehicle prices are pricing me right out of the market of a needed DD.
    I am sure I am not alone with this and not talking about a toy like a Raptor or TRX.
    My wife and I will continue to run our junker Jetta diesels(2001/2006) and my junker 2004 Silverado diesel for the foreseeable future. New vehicle prices are nuts.
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    I wondering if the buyout on my 2019 ram lease might be a good option. I wanted to purchase a used one and the buyout price is 24k I believe.

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    I think most will be doing the same thing with their current leases. Good luck getting a new replacement in the same price point.
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    I wondering if the buyout on my 2019 ram lease might be a good option. I wanted to purchase a used one and the buyout price is 24k I believe.
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