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Andy S.

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Drive by car/truck dealerships and LOOK CLOSELY and you will see most are void of the typical new truck inventory they had on the lot just 6-12 months ago. Due to this, the "pretty new" well taken of used trucks are bringing stupid money right now. Simple supply and demand.
 

Wildcat

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Western Ky.
Drove by the NEW CAR DELARESHIPS yesterday.

Ford has 4 2021 trucks.

Chev had 6 2021 trucks.

Toyota had 7 2021 trucks

Nissan had 7 2021 trucks.

This time last year they had dozens on top of dozens trying to sell them to make room for the next years models that were coming in a couple months.
 

redblood

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Jan 22, 2006
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Lewisburg
I'd hate to know that I had to replace my truck right now, or for the next 3 years. I bought it in March and got a great deal.
I had a new car salesman who was a student of mine years ago, say “trust me, no one ever gets a good deal on a new vehicles, it was a good deal for you it was probably a bad deal for us and we wouldnt do it!”
 

THE DUKE

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Lebanon,Tennessee
I bought a tundra this past Jan, took me 13 mths to replace my other truck and I was on all the popular sites plus had a family friend that owns a car lot looking that I've bought from last 15yrs. I found my truck on carvana.
 

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