Allowed to sell 2022 Expedition Max Limited?

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Lol - I was not trying to sell it for profit - just saying I have one on its way from Nov order - already picked one up. - if anyone wants it I can get it for Msrp.
 

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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.
Interesting. Koon's in NoVA is the one who I was thinking of. They asked my boss for a $10,000 deposit to move up the list for a Lightning.
 

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Lol - I was not trying to sell it for profit - just saying I have one on its way from Nov order - already picked one up. - if anyone wants it I can get it for Msrp.

Perhaps post it in the actual classified sub-forum of this website, you might actually find a potential buyer...

Just saying

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Interesting. Koon's in NoVA is the one who I was thinking of. They asked my boss for a $10,000 deposit to move up the list for a Lightning.
That's dirty. If you can pay to move up the list who's to say someone else can't pay more to move right back ahead of you?
When I looked for my truck last year I got it right off the truck at Malloy in Winchester. At sticker.
 

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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.

Many dealers are charging 10-25% above MSRP for in-stock vehicles.
 

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Many dealers are charging 10-25% above MSRP for in-stock vehicles.
Many dealers are charging 10-25% above MSRP for in-stock vehicles.
I just bought a 2022 Chrysler Pacifica for $1,000 UNDER list. Its arriving at the dealer this month as it was an "in transit" vehicle. People paying over MSRP are losing their azz.
 

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That's dirty. If you can pay to move up the list who's to say someone else can't pay more to move right back ahead of you?
When I looked for my truck last year I got it right off the truck at Malloy in Winchester. At sticker.
Malloy was asking $6K over MSRP for the Expedition that I was looking at.
 
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I'm not proposing to sell at more than MSRP - only at MSRP and adjusted for tax. Price would be the same as buying new from a dealer at MSRP.
 

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That's dirty. If you can pay to move up the list who's to say someone else can't pay more to move right back ahead of you?
When I looked for my truck last year I got it right off the truck at Malloy in Winchester. At sticker.
It is dirty and I totally agree!!! Ford let him move his order to another dealer in the area and he ended up pretty high on the list.

I ordered through Sheehy and below MSRP.
 
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