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Is anyone getting any tales of a sales price below msrp ? any supplier pricing ? Maybe on a ordered 2016 ? Is there a list of options available out there . :nerd:
 

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I don't doubt for a second that there's going to be a huge pile of cash on the hoods of these things. FCA is in no shape to play hard ball...
 

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i don't think you will see anything untill a few months after they release. i feel like the first few trucks will sell just because its new and wont need much haggling. and another poster mentioned that the first batch of trucks each dealer is only getting one. but thats all speculation on my part
 

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Perhaps they will stand strong for the MSRP price at first, but that will crumble quickly. I only say this because history tells us that FCA sells its vehicles by offering people plenty of discounts.
 

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With production kicking off and RAM putting out a press release on it along with pictures they might update the U.S. site if they didn't already.
 

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Here is the list of all the optional equipment:

Trailer Brake Control
Remote Start and Security Group
Tonneau cover with emossed Ram Head
Rear Window Defroster
Power Sunroof
121-Litre Fuel Tank
Ten Amplified Speakers Including Subwoofer
Single-Disc Remote CD Player
Park-Sense® Rear Park Assist System10
ParkView Rear Back-Up Camera10
RamBox® Cargo Management System
Spray-in Bedliner
Anti-spin differential
Keyless Enter 'n Go
Luxury Group
Trailer Tow Group
Uconnect 8.4A Multimedia Centre (NAV-ready)
Uconnect 8.4AN Multimedia Centre with Navigation
 

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Mine stickered for $53K and I got it down to $45K. My goal was to hit $44K sales price and they got close enough.
 

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$52 to $43 is a great deal! I almost got the equivalent- $53K down to $45K, but I also got $1K more on trade in compared to 3 other dealers in Houston.
 

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The feeling I got around Houston is that dealers are scared of this truck. There's risk with the new front end and no sales history. They don't know whether to sell it quickly and not take a loss from sitting, or jack up the price to MSRP. I test drove mine the day it came off the truck. The dealer didn't even know it was coming and had little knowledge about it. After we agreed on a price, he gave me 24 hrs to get it off the lot- there was another interested buyer willing to pay sticker- but MY guy wouldn't have received that commission.

I've since gone back for tint, and they are NOW selling them at MSRP. Apparently, they have the option to give us the FACTORY incentives! They already have 2 others on order.

So, hopefully you can find a dealer with little to no knowledge of the Rebel and work a deal from the same angle I did- "New Front End that everyone may not like"....scare tactic.
 

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Talking to those around my town, they are not budging on price. One flat out stated they were doing msrp +5k for them. Several others said they would not discount them for me which was my major issue. I get set pricing via an employee discount and all but two dealers said they would not honor it. But I finally found two that would and so far the one I ordered from has been great, they also said right up front I get any and all discounts that will be available when my truck arrives (which is part of the set pricing) with out even prompting them. So I am looking at about the same price range/drop as these guys but I wont know exact price until it actually arrives.

All I can say is good luck but I dont think you will get much of a break unless you get really lucky.
 

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Did you just haggle with the salesman to get it down to $43 with no additional options?
Sort of. I priced 2 dealers against each other to get the price I won't. But I live in Virginia and have to drive to Ohio to get the deal I wanted. My local dealers also would not budge on price. But I knew somebody would. Just had to find them.
 

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I took a look at the dealers around me and they were all priced around 52 with one asking em to call in for pricing...Guess I'll have to wait for the employee pricing promotion to come.
 

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Although I got a great deal, my dealer still wouldn't honor my Chrysler Affiliates Rewards.
Haven't dealt with rewards like that ever but do you know if it's limited to only participating dealers or is it all dealers? I know sometimes that 'only participating dealers' thing can be noted in fine print.
 

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Haven't dealt with rewards like that ever but do you know if it's limited to only participating dealers or is it all dealers? I know sometimes that 'only participating dealers' thing can be noted in fine print.
Not all dealers have to participate, you are correct. But, my dealer DOES participate, but wouldn't on this particular vehicle because ti had just come off the truck.
 

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Talking to those around my town, they are not budging on price. One flat out stated they were doing msrp +5k for them. Several others said they would not discount them for me which was my major issue. I get set pricing via an employee discount and all but two dealers said they would not honor it. But I finally found two that would and so far the one I ordered from has been great, they also said right up front I get any and all discounts that will be available when my truck arrives (which is part of the set pricing) with out even prompting them. So I am looking at about the same price range/drop as these guys but I wont know exact price until it actually arrives.

All I can say is good luck but I dont think you will get much of a break unless you get really lucky.
My dealer had two, they told me the first one they sold was $4k above MSRP. I got mine $4k below MSRP. Don't know what that tells you exactly, but that's what happened.
 

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What do you mean by employee pricing? if you are talking about the ACTUAL employee discount, you can get it any time just go in and talk to the dealer. Of course they have to not be dicks and follow the program as they are supposed to, and for some reason there is no penalty from RAM if they dont. I am going to write to RAM about my local dealers who are not following the rules and let them know.

That was my problem, I get affiliate pricing but most of the dealers around here said either well give me SOME (small) discount or "no way we dont care and dont even want to talk about it". They are not allowed to do this by the way, they either participate or they do not, its black or white unless its a limited numbers car. And the price rules are in the fine print specifically stating the price set from RAM on the invoice may not be exceeded by ANY addition besides the registration fee. Luckily I found two dealers locally who were happy to help me place me order for the set price. So I have my affiliate price set, but wont know what discounts get added on top until I take delivery of my order.
 
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