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Old 12-26-2020, 03:09 PM
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I had some time to kill so I went to my local ford dealer. They had a used 2017 F150 Crewcab with a 207 eb and 61,000 miles. Priced (on sale of course) at $27,500. (was 32,000). Seems to be a high price for the mileage. What do you guys think?

Also, I looked a a few Broncos....the hardtop models. One had 1.5 cu engine. The other two had the 1.8 engine in it. These are small cars. All 4wd but definitely ladies grocery getters.
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Basically the same truck I have. Just bought out my lease for about $25k and Im right around 40k miles. I know the used truck market is hot but that seems pricey for that many miles on a basically base trim truck.
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Originally Posted by jm121189 View Post
Basically the same truck I have. Just bought out my lease for about $25k and Im right around 40k miles. I know the used truck market is hot but that seems pricey for that many miles on a basically base trim truck.
Have to agree also!! I have a 2019 STX 2.7 FX4 Package, Side rails and full Tint and I paid approx 35k before taxes Brand New in June of 2019
If your set on buying that Truck I would definately knock him down several thousand or walk,,, The Truck market seems to be hot though,,,
Old 12-26-2020, 07:52 PM
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Originally Posted by saltwaters View Post

Also, I looked a a few Broncos....the hardtop models. One had 1.5 cu engine. The other two had the 1.8 engine in it. These are small cars. All 4wd but definitely ladies grocery getters.
Those are Bronco “Sports”, not Broncos. Completely different vehicle.
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Here are a few new ones for 32K+.

https://www.brandonford.com/new-2021...year%2Csf_trim
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Originally Posted by Pipo6007 View Post
All pricy for 4x2
Old 12-27-2020, 11:51 AM
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In 2018 I was looking for a 2-3 year old F-150 but wound up buying new because I could get one for only about $3,000 more as a result of all the incentives being offered. Wound up with a 5.0L Crew STX 2WD. Don't know what incentive packages available on new trucks today as a result of production decreases but they should be willing to move the 2020s out as the new 2021s are rolling off the line as we speak.
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Originally Posted by Newtauk1 View Post
All pricy for 4x2
4X4s at that dealership sticker in the 50s. Please tell me where you can find one in the '30s. I don't need a new truck or a 4x4 but I'll sell my 16 4x2 tomorrow for 25 and go pick one up.
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Thanks for the comments. I live in Ca (planning my escape). It seems that everything costs more here. The sticker price is $32K so the $27K price was the discounted price. I was surprised they didn't have any F150s on the lot. They had some F250 diesel trucks listing between $61k and $80K. I'd have to win the lotto to get one of those.

Yeah, I knew the bronco was the sport. I was just surprised it was as small as it was.
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Back in May, I bought a 2017 STX with the 2.7L with just over 30,000 miles and it was less than your 27k price.
And I even purchased it online from Vroom (similar to Carvana). People always seem to say that Carvana/Vroom are more expensive, but I found their pricing to be very competitive.
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Originally Posted by coores14 View Post
Back in May, I bought a 2017 STX with the 2.7L with just over 30,000 miles and it was less than your 27k price.
And I even purchased it online from Vroom (similar to Carvana). People always seem to say that Carvana/Vroom are more expensive, but I found their pricing to be very competitive.
How is the truck treating you?
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How is the truck treating you?
it has been great. Zero issues so far.
I haven't towed with it yet, but the 2.7 ecoboost is a fun engine. It's remarkably quick and good on fuel. Can't imagine how fun the truck would be with the 3.5
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I bought a 2017 supercab F 150 STX, with the 2.7L EB with a Sport pkg. new for $26,000. Love that engine -
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That's not an outlandish price and the miles are pretty good for a 2-4 year old truck. There's always some negotiating room, so get the best price you can. Those are good trucks.

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