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Here's my deal, 2016 Ram Rebel, Black Bought 12/20/2016
MSRP $52,210
Dealer Savings -$3885
Rebates -$7900
That's 22.6% off MSRP.
They don't tell you what the rebates are, I know some were dealer bonus rebates,etc...all that really matters is the OTD Price.
Sure they charged me for Nitrogen in tires and locking lug nuts, doc fees, etc, the fact is I got my asking OTD price which was $43,400. Straight, no trade ins.
But they said I had to use Chrysler Financing, sure what ever, I have top tier credit score.


Sit down with Finance guy, tells me interest rate is 4.94%
I freaking flip out! No f'ing way am I doing that. We get the bank guy, I work with him, for a better interest rate, I need to drop the $500 rebate and use a bank, not Chrysler.
We do that, I get 2.9%, lose $500 rebate but gain ~$2000 over the life of the loan.
Therefore my OTD price was $43,900 in the end.


This deal wasn't possible ~10 days ago when I was there first time.
Tip, never buy a vehicle unless its later then the 20th of the month.
 

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Sounds like a good deal! I got a deal like yours as well when I got mine a year and a half ago. I also brought in my OTD price from a competing dealer in town and they of course wanted to beat their competition so they gave me an even better deal. Anyways, welcome to the forum!
 

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Here's my deal, 2016 Ram Rebel, Black Bought 12/20/2016
MSRP $52,210
Dealer Savings -$3885
Rebates -$7900
That's 22.6% off MSRP.
They don't tell you what the rebates are, I know some were dealer bonus rebates,etc...all that really matters is the OTD Price.
Sure they charged me for Nitrogen in tires and locking lug nuts, doc fees, etc, the fact is I got my asking OTD price which was $43,400. Straight, no trade ins.
But they said I had to use Chrysler Financing, sure what ever, I have top tier credit score.


Sit down with Finance guy, tells me interest rate is 4.94%
I freaking flip out! No f'ing way am I doing that. We get the bank guy, I work with him, for a better interest rate, I need to drop the $500 rebate and use a bank, not Chrysler.
We do that, I get 2.9%, lose $500 rebate but gain ~$2000 over the life of the loan.
Therefore my OTD price was $43,900 in the end.


This deal wasn't possible ~10 days ago when I was there first time.
Tip, never buy a vehicle unless its later then the 20th of the month.
I just bought my 2017 and got 1.9%, but they were offering 0% financing up to 6 years, for 2016 models. I'm wondering if there are regional offers. Overall great savings. I had a problem finding the exact one, with options I wanted in a a 2016 model, so I got a 2017. Overall all RAMs are greatly priced versus the competition.
 
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