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Locked: [Peel Chrysler Jeep] 2019 Ram 1500 Classic Night Edition - 35% off or more / 0% (84M)

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2019 Ram 1500 Classic Night Edition - 35% off or more / 0% (84M)

Deal Link:
Savings:
> 35%
Retailer:
Peel Chrysler Jeep
CORRECTION:

Found this in the disclaimer, sorry for confusion about 35% off and 0% (84M)!

“ Zero percent alternate financing available on select 2019 Ram 1500 Classic models and cannot be combined with retail FCA consumer cash. Alternate finance option forgoes retail incentives of approx $7000.00 depending on model selected. Prices on website do not reflect alternate financing and include retail FCA consumer cash discounts. Please inquire with dealer for alternate financing adjustments to price for specific model desired.”

2019 Dodge Ram Classic Night/Warlock Editions at Peel Jeep Chrysler are on sale under the umbrella of their “April Showers Sale”.

Key Components of the Sale:
- 35% or more off;
- 0% financing up to 82 months (Do not qualify for FCA consumer cash of about $7k)
- No payments for 120 days.

This is a pretty great offer if you are looking for a V8 half ton 4x4!

For example you can get a 2019 Ram 1500 Classic Night Edition Truck (Crew Cab, 4x4, and Hemi V8) for $36K. The MSRP is $55.5K. .

Note, there is a disclaimer on their website that reads:

*PLEASE NOTE FACTORY ORDERS LISTED ON OUR WEBSITE MAY TAKE UP TO 120 DAYS TO ARRIVE DEPENDING ON TRANSPORT. PLEASE CONTACT US FOR DETAILS.*
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Bergydan wrote: The 35% off option can't be combined with the 0%. You can either get 35% off at 3.99% financing or $8250 off at 0% financing up to 84 months. I verified that last week.
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Hot if 50% off
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give it a few months.

deals will be a plenty
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I want a top end Rebel. That will my next purchase!
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No doubt deals will improve as sales continue to plummet. Compared to current options this is a great deal in my opinion. Also can add heated seats and auto start yourself (cost 3-4 hundred). Which provides most of the features I and looking for... I don’t care about leather...
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If you don’t mind a V6 and Quad Cab you can get 40% off!
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It would have been a good deal if it were not an FCA product.
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Thanks OP, if only in BC
Please don't ask or beg for "thanks". Don't act like this is Facebook. If someone found your post helpful, let them decide if they want to make that click. The more you beg, the less you'll get. Cheers
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82 months on a Chrysler product? LOL
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The great thing about 0% financing at 82 months is you can take the whole time If you need or if you so desire to pay faster you can. It’s not a hard concept. Other good thing is if you don’t think it is reliable trade it in before warranty expires and you will be able to get more than owing (I know from experience with my previous 2015 Ram Expess Crew Cab also based on current 2017 Black Book values). Also after 82 months once it’s paid you can still sell for $10-15K (Based on prices on autotrader for similar 2011 and 2012s).
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Not really interested in RAM, just out of curiousity, is there a chance car prices will come down in near future? Like in next 1-3 months? Thoughts?
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RFDgem wrote: Not really interested in RAM, just out of curiousity, is there a chance car prices will come down in near future? Like in next 1-3 months? Thoughts?
I'm keeping my eye on this as well. Think I might pull the trigger when and if prices drop
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TigerKingDeals wrote: If you don’t mind a V6 and Quad Cab you can get 40% off!
3.6 with 3:55 gears is an excellent combination of mpg and towing capacity of 7200 pounds. Excellent engine that has been around for a while.
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RFDgem wrote: Not really interested in RAM, just out of curiousity, is there a chance car prices will come down in near future? Like in next 1-3 months? Thoughts?
Someone else brought up a valid point in the Mercedes thread:

Luxury automakers will most likely just cut production to meet reduced demand, there will still be demand as a lot of ppl will be coming off leases and in need for a new car, and high earning jobs aren't affected as much (most ppl in tech are just working from home instead of losing their jobs).

They'll not want to mess up their residual value by discounting too heavily, as it'll mess up their second hand market as well for vehicles that are coming off lease, and damage their brand in the future.

Hondas and VWs on the other hand... Hard to say.
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bLuPhYrE wrote: give it a few months.

deals will be a plenty
TigerKingDeals wrote: No doubt deals will improve as sales continue to plummet. Compared to current options this is a great deal in my opinion. Also can add heated seats and auto start yourself (cost 3-4 hundred). Which provides most of the features I and looking for... I don’t care about leather...
There is a long thread on HSBC mortgage rates where some said the same to wait and that 5 year fixed will hit 1.88%. That never happened. In fact rates went up, and those who locked in at variable of prime -0.95 to -1.15 were much better off than todays super low rates where banks are only offering prime -0.65 or less.

Point is, nobody really knows for sure if prices go up or down. I believe most manufacturing of vehicles has stopped in NA. That means no oversupply. Whereas cars continue to depreciate and degrade right now. The big manufacturers will be bailed out so they don't have to cut prices. Dealerships in Canada may be in trouble but they will sell to other dealerships first. There is also a real possibility that those trucks in Canada can be shipped back south to the US. With CAD tanking and USD so strong there is already a 8% gain from a few months ago. A small uptick in demand in the US could easily eat up inventory in Canada.

I am not saying that's whats going to happen but when everyone knows what's going to happen next, it often doesn't happen.

35% off AND 0% is a great deal. Maybe there will be better. Maybe not.
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Wpegger wrote: Hot if 50% off
You won't see that. Auto manufacturers would rather let thousands of vehicles rot in a field and claim the loss then willingly sell them for that type of discount.
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Vehicles manufactured for Canadian market can’t be shipped back to the USA . The vehicle has different builds for USA vs Canada . Even if somebody cane here to buy a vehicle and then import back to us there are forms, costs, specifics to make it certifiable time enter into the USA . Besides that , manufactures void the warranty on such practices . I think before people spew the verbal garbage that they do a google search of importing cars to and from. Even in a day of vast internet knowledge people can’t get it right, sad really .
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May incentives will surely be interesting...
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hemiduty wrote: Vehicles manufactured for Canadian market can’t be shipped back to the USA . The vehicle has different builds for USA vs Canada . Even if somebody cane here to buy a vehicle and then import back to us there are forms, costs, specifics to make it certifiable time enter into the USA . Besides that , manufactures void the warranty on such practices . I think before people spew the verbal garbage that they do a google search of importing cars to and from. Even in a day of vast internet knowledge people can’t get it right, sad really .
no need to be rude. there is a huge market of used vehicles that go from Canada to the US every year. This is what has kept the used market so strong for trucks in Canada. While existing trucks may not be able to be shipped back, ( who knows why they can't? ) they could easily not provide orders to Canada and still cause a shortage. If there was a higher demand in the USA why wouldn't FCA lower production for Canada? As for manufacturer warranty, the manufacturer can do whatever they want. All I was saying is that nobody knows what will happen in the next few months. It's not a slam dunk that prices will go down for cars the longer this continues.
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Peel is a high volume seller and has the worst rating in the whole industry. The truck you see for 35% has just been sold, but we have one exactly like that but only 20% off. Or it’s a mistake on the web or old stock. They excel at the old bait and switch.
Read the reviews, horror stories after taking possession and so on.
I hope Tesla closes them all with their selling model. Dealerships are just nests of crooks and liars.

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