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    Quote Originally Posted by Seahawkfan View Post
    I was actually just referring to all the speculation as to why. Pretty safe to say it's not because they made to many.
    Does make you wonder if there is pushback on the 2L turbo though. There seems to be a bunch of those on the lots. Not as many V6's

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ddays View Post
    Does make you wonder if there is pushback on the 2L turbo though. There seems to be a bunch of those on the lots. Not as many V6's
    I'm so out of the loop on what's going on at home. Every 4 months is getting old. But you may be on to something there. Last search I did online of what's on the lots near home, I think the majority were the 2L .

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    Quote Originally Posted by HighwayTrout View Post
    Vehicle prices in general are retarded. Have you seen what a Tahoe or F-150 costs? Everything is stupid expensive.
    Friend of mine got a fully optioned Yukon Denali earlier this year. I think it was around $90k. Unbelievable.


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    Quote Originally Posted by fiend View Post
    Friend of mine got a fully optioned Yukon Denali earlier this year. I think it was around $90k. Unbelievable.


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    It's insane. You can option out a F250 SD and get it to go over $100k now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fiend View Post
    Friend of mine got a fully optioned Yukon Denali earlier this year. I think it was around $90k. Unbelievable.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Ddays View Post
    It's insane. You can option out a F250 SD and get it to go over $100k now.
    Unbelievable, and insane. The exact words that come to my mind. Vehicles are so damned expensive, itís hard to believe! As long as people keep paying it, thatís how it will be, and eventually Iíll pony up for a JL, too.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Ddays View Post
    It's insane. You can option out a F250 SD and get it to go over $100k now.
    Oh yeah. I know another guy that got a top of the line F450 a couple of months ago. I never asked him what it cost, but Iím sure itís north of $100k. On a civil servantís salary. He must have a ton of OT. No kids, which helps.


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    Quote Originally Posted by fiend View Post
    Oh yeah. I know another guy that got a top of the line F450 a couple of months ago. I never asked him what it cost, but Iím sure itís north of $100k. On a civil servantís salary. He must have a ton of OT. No kids, which helps.


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    My brother in law just bought one of those to pull his horse trailer with. I never thought I'd ever say something rode stiffer than my wifes F250SD. There are dumptrucks on the market that ride better than that damn thing. Shit, my Jeep rides like a Limo compared to it. We took a 3hr trip with them and I think I ended up 6" shorter by the time we got there Not sure what he paid for it but he can have it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ddays View Post
    My brother in law just bought one of those to pull his horse trailer with. I never thought I'd ever say something rode stiffer than my wifes F250SD. There are dumptrucks on the market that ride better than that damn thing. Shit, my Jeep rides like a Limo compared to it. We took a 3hr trip with them and I think I ended up 6" shorter by the time we got there Not sure what he paid for it but he can have it!
    Loaded or unloaded?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ddays View Post
    My brother in law just bought one of those to pull his horse trailer with. I never thought I'd ever say something rode stiffer than my wifes F250SD. There are dumptrucks on the market that ride better than that damn thing. Shit, my Jeep rides like a Limo compared to it. We took a 3hr trip with them and I think I ended up 6" shorter by the time we got there Not sure what he paid for it but he can have it!
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    Quote Originally Posted by BaddestCross View Post
    Loaded or unloaded?

    Buying a new vehicle is quite possibly the dumbest thing anyone can do with their money short of setting it on fire. I did it once... Never again. Especially pickups. I'll let someone else pay for the bulk of the depreciation and I'll buy it 3 years later.

    I still get angry when I think about that new truck I bought 25 years ago. 🤣

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