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This is a discussion on Used Pickup Prices within the Off Topic forums, part of the General Discussion category; I've been pricing new and used pickups lately. Why are used pickups more than new pickups? Are people that stupid to buy a new pickup ...

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    I've been pricing new and used pickups lately. Why are used pickups more than new pickups? Are people that stupid to buy a new pickup and not make a payment on them then try to sell them for the loan value plus the interest? Obviously nobody in their right mind is going to buy a stock used pickup with XX,000 miles on it for more than a brand new pickup with 0 miles on it. I don't understand people these days.

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    Do you have one to use as an example?

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    Used:
    http://www.cumminsforum.com/classifieds/showproduct.php/product/958/cat/5

    New:
    http://www.aberdeenchrysler.com/show.aspx?vid=1027614
    If this is the advertised price on the internet, I'm sure you can get this truck for $30K or less.

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    now thats pretty funny that the used is acutally more then the new, usually trucks do hold a HIGH resale value but usually not more then new. The seller of the used one probalb ybumped his head or thinks he has something more then he does. Keep looking, and if your looking for a didget they have some decent rebates now, you may want to go to your local dealer and see what they have to offer.

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    That dodge has the 5.9 w/o all the emissions controls on it. I haven't been watching used pickups that much but I think more people are willing to pay a little more for pickups w/o the emissions on them.

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    I paid $50k for my '07 Sierra Denali, you can buy it used for $34k with a crap load of acc. on it and 20k. Or you can buy a standard Sierra new for the same price or less.

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