Allowed to sell 2022 Expedition Max Limited?

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I now see many people on the facebook buying 2022 Expeditions from dealer stock for $1,000 below MSRP, so I'm assuming nobody is stupid enough to pay above MSRP for the same vehicle.
 

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MSRP off the Ford.ca website for that build (assuming no other options ticked other than in the listing) is $92,984 plus tax CDN dollars.:shrug:
 

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I now see many people on the facebook buying 2022 Expeditions from dealer stock for $1,000 below MSRP, so I'm assuming nobody is stupid enough to pay above MSRP for the same vehicle.
Never assume!
 

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I now see many people on the facebook buying 2022 Expeditions from dealer stock for $1,000 below MSRP, so I'm assuming nobody is stupid enough to pay above MSRP for the same vehicle.
Most dealers in the Washington, DC metro area are $6-10K above MSRP (noted as "Market Adjustment"). I found the one dealership who had an Expedition in stock with the options that I wanted atv MSRP.

One dealership actually had the balls to say that they had a green one about to be built and for a $5000 surcharge, they would change the color to Star White Metallic. I think I actually laughed out loud at her. I could not believe that she said that without hesitation.

I was willing to fly to any dealerships who had one at or below MSRP if I had to. I refused to pay over.
 

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@brettmag the below link is where you'd wanna post, but you should also try cars.com and Craigslist too if your able.

 
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Those are US sites. I don’t think a location in Canada would work.

If I don’t find a buyer, I’ll just not take delivery and get my deposit back. Then the dealer will sell for full MSRP and both taxes (11% total). Buying privately from me would just be a 6% PST tax and no GST.
 

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Most dealers in the Washington, DC metro area are $6-10K above MSRP (noted as "Market Adjustment"). I found the one dealership who had an Expedition in stock with the options that I wanted atv MSRP.

One dealership actually had the balls to say that they had a green one about to be built and for a $5000 surcharge, they would change the color to Star White Metallic. I think I actually laughed out loud at her. I could not believe that she said that without hesitation.

I was willing to fly to any dealerships who had one at or below MSRP if I had to. I refused to pay over.
I live in the DC area. I bet I can guess which dealer quoted the surcharge to change the color, as one seems to be charging $$$$$$ surcharges for on lot or special orders. I got my special order below MSRP from a local dealer and it’s the only reason I ordered.
 

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I live in the DC area. I bet I can guess which dealer quoted the surcharge to change the color, as one seems to be charging $$$$$$ surcharges for on lot or special orders. I got my special order below MSRP from a local dealer and it’s the only reason I ordered.
If it starts with "Ourismann", you are spot on. LOL.

I got mine at MSRP from Koon's Baltimore. If I ordered, they would have allowed my X-Plan discount, but I could not wait.
 
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