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Old 12-24-2018, 01:13 PM
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I'm doing some searching for a 0% apr finance option on any 250/2500 diesel truck. I prefer a Ram, but am really only doing this for year end corporate purposes. For that reason, any mfg that is offering a 0% apr finance offer is of interest to me. Thanks in advance for any/al help.
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no 0% on ram
Old 12-24-2018, 02:39 PM
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im seeing 12 to 15k off on hds here, my math shows that being a better deal
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when i bought mine last year i took the huge rebate and went with low financing since i knew i would pay it off early.
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Whats the deal, spend +/- 60k to lower taxable income and save +/-15k on Taxes (25%)....
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got my RAM for 0% apr and 0$ a month but %100 down
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I just ordered a new f250. They will give you 500 dollars if you finance with them At 7.9% It’s the end of the year. They want to get rid of all the 18’s. If you looking at the 19’s wait till Jan. Maybe they will have better incentives.
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Chevrolet is offering employee pricing

https://www.chevrolet.com/current-de...verado-2500hd&
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Originally Posted by David31522 View Post
Chevrolet is offering employee pricing

https://www.chevrolet.com/current-de...verado-2500hd&
only on 2018’s which are hard to find. Dealers know the few 2018’s left are in high demand and in my experience they did not want to even sell them unless you would add to their profit margin by financing and/or add a bunch of high margin junk to the truck. I got fed up and just made a deal on a ‘19. Probably cost me $3k more than the ‘18 but you can pick your color, your options, your dealer, and there’s plenty around so no BS games.
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I see section 179 at work here lol. The current discounts outweigh the low finance rate. Local credit unions are still offering 3.5-4% apr.
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Originally Posted by housdoc View Post
Whats the deal, spend +/- 60k to lower taxable income and save +/-15k on Taxes (25%)....

sometimes lowering the the taxable income bumps you into a lower tax bracket and that 60k truck may wind up costing you little to nothing! Not always of course but have seen it happen. I own a commercial general contracting company and the cpa told me we always need to review end of year and sometimes spending more means paying less.
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Originally Posted by Searosis View Post



sometimes lowering the the taxable income bumps you into a lower tax bracket and that 60k truck may wind up costing you little to nothing! Not always of course but have seen it happen. I own a commercial general contracting company and the cpa told me we always need to review end of year and sometimes spending more means paying less.
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Nissan Titan XD diesels are 0%...although not quite a 250/2500.
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Mid November there were only about 18, 2018 Duramax Denali 2500's left in the midwest. It has to be very slim pickings by now.
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With the price of 3/4 ton and 1 ton trucks up to $60K, corporate greed has about priced me out of the future diesel pickup retail market. To replace my F250 Lariat diesel crewcab would cost twice what I paid for my current truck when new.

My low mileage diesel is scheduled to wear out when I'm 93 years old. I just use it to tow a tritoon boat, and it's setup to haul the fifth wheel trailer I never take on the road.

If I ever get another truck, it'll probably just be a 1/2 ton--and I'll keep the diesel for towing. There again, I can also get by with a 12' utility trailer towed by my Ford Explorer.
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On 2018 Fords which are about gone, you can get $2250.00 plus another $500 commercial cash and $500 upfit cash if you add anything to them it will cover the first $500. The 3/4 and one ton market is still pretty strong and the manufacturers aren't spending any more than they have to to get them sold.
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0% for 36mths on Ram 2500 Limited
just saw it on Ramtrucks.com
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Originally Posted by rdiesel01 View Post
no 0% on ram
yet
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Originally Posted by magua View Post
yet
here...like I said
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That would be an 18'

most if not all oem's offering rebates on 18's

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