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Dodge Ram 1500 Lease Deal

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Dodge Ram 1500 Lease Deal

I saw an ad somewhere, I think it was in a flyer in a newspaper for a dodge ram lease for 24 months $39 weekly with $3500 down.

But I can't find the deal online anywhere.

Has anyone else seen this deal or have any insight?
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aew0314 wrote:
Mar 25th, 2018 10:41 am
I saw an ad somewhere, I think it was in a flyer in a newspaper for a dodge ram lease for 24 months $39 weekly with $3500 down.

But I can't find the deal online anywhere.

Has anyone else seen this deal or have any insight?
The $3500 makes the deal mediocre. Right now my local Ford dealer has an F150 crew cab v8 XLT base, but with a tow package for the same overall price $300 + tax, but with no money down.

Seems like a similar deal for this ram if you can find it.
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tim-x wrote:
Mar 25th, 2018 10:59 am
The $3500 makes the deal mediocre. Right now my local Ford dealer has an F150 crew cab v8 XLT base, but with a tow package for the same overall price $300 + tax, but with no money down.

Seems like a similar deal for this ram if you can find it.
So $300 month. But no money down.

I guess the Ram deal works out to $300 a month as well.

Pretty similar. I'm not worried about a tow package as I won't be towing anything.
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tim-x wrote:
Mar 25th, 2018 10:59 am
Right now my local Ford dealer has an F150 crew cab v8 XLT base, but with a tow package for the same overall price $300 + tax, but with no money down.
Which dealer?
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It works out to about $200 a month for the Dodge which is still a great deal, 2 years ago it was $150. Either way it is much cheaper than the best Ford deal. I saw it advertised inside the dealerships. Ram 1500 Express Black Out Edition 4x4 - looks cool but really zero features
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QTheNukes wrote:
Mar 25th, 2018 4:11 pm
It works out to about $200 a month for the Dodge which is still a great deal, 2 years ago it was $150. Either way it is much cheaper than the best Ford deal. I saw it advertised inside the dealerships. Ram 1500 Express Black Out Edition 4x4 - looks cool but really zero features
I figured $300 a month

$3500 / 24 = $146 month
$39 / week = $156 month

= $302 month + HST.
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the ford I quoted is also a v8 crew cab. I think the ram deal was for a super cab
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tim-x wrote:
Mar 25th, 2018 4:56 pm
the ford I quoted is also a v8 crew cab. I think the ram deal was for a super cab
Which dealer did you see that at?
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Mar 25th, 2018 4:56 pm
the ford I quoted is also a v8 crew cab. I think the ram deal was for a super cab
My bad, you are probably right, $300 a month, versus about $400 for a Ford? Dodge deal is for "quadcab" and it is too small for most purposes. If you compare the Dodge to the Ford in basically every category they are not close. Ford's tow more, carry more, are much larger inside, on and on, but Dodges are certainly cheaper to lease/buy.
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QTheNukes wrote:
Mar 25th, 2018 6:09 pm
My bad, you are probably right, $300 a month, versus about $400 for a Ford? Dodge deal is for "quadcab" and it is too small for most purposes. If you compare the Dodge to the Ford in basically every category they are not close. Ford's tow more, carry more, are much larger inside, on and on, but Dodges are certainly cheaper to lease/buy.
Ford is $300/month as posted in this thread.
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aleks wrote:
Mar 25th, 2018 7:20 pm
Ford is $300/month as posted in this thread.
Where did you see this deal. I can't seem to locate it
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QTheNukes wrote:
Mar 25th, 2018 6:09 pm
My bad, you are probably right, $300 a month, versus about $400 for a Ford? Dodge deal is for "quadcab" and it is too small for most purposes. If you compare the Dodge to the Ford in basically every category they are not close. Ford's tow more, carry more, are much larger inside, on and on, but Dodges are certainly cheaper to lease/buy.
I have a GM extended cab (same size as Ram quadcab) and it's fine for most purposes. If you drive buddies around a lot, its too small. But usually I have kids in the back, or we take another couple somewhere and the women go in the back since they're shorter. And occasional use by grown men isn't the end of the world. A crewcab certainly has more space but they can be thousands more. And they generally have smaller beds.
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i6s1 wrote:
Mar 25th, 2018 7:49 pm
I have a GM extended cab (same size as Ram quadcab) and it's fine for most purposes. If you drive buddies around a lot, its too small. But usually I have kids in the back, or we take another couple somewhere and the women go in the back since they're shorter. And occasional use by grown men isn't the end of the world A crewcab certainly has more space but they can be thousands more. And they generally have smaller beds.
I currently have a 07 4.7L dodge ram quad cab.

I only need room to hold a baby seat and my current truck does it alright.

I won't be trucking around full size men all that often, so I'm not really worried about that.
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I really just want to get a quad cab and have monthly payments less than 300, whether it's lease or finance.
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i6s1 wrote:
Mar 25th, 2018 7:49 pm
I have a GM extended cab (same size as Ram quadcab) and it's fine for most purposes. If you drive buddies around a lot, its too small. But usually I have kids in the back, or we take another couple somewhere and the women go in the back since they're shorter. And occasional use by grown men isn't the end of the world A crewcab certainly has more space but they can be thousands more. And they generally have smaller beds.
Agreed here. I have a GM Ext-cab. And it's okay for the kids, occasional adult. Not terrible.

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