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I was at Framingham Dodge in Mass. and they were asking $24,500 anybody hear a higher number?
 

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some guy was going to pay $27,000 a while ago.
 

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19,995 + 1,000 "Limited Availability Mark-Up" :? Dayton Andrews Dodge here in St Pete FL sells all of them like that
 

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Courtney Dodge in CT. tried to scam me with a price of $24,995. I told them to forget it. They are still emailing me about the car. When I asked the salesman what happended to the "fastest car for under $20K" he said "well it's still really fast." Moron. So still waiting until end of May when I will get mine for sticker from my local dealer. lol
 

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Advantage dodge just outside orlando said that the price was $25,995 :shock: , and that they would go down to 22995 for me. What good guys. I had called the day before and the salesperson told me $19,995 so I drove from Atlanta. They pulled the bait and switch on me and told me he misunderstood my question. I asked to use one of their computers so I could find another 5 star dealer, and they didn't like that. I got them down to a more reasonable $20,495 :roll: . They don't like to see money walk out the door, but since I drove down from Atlanta, I guess they thought they could screw me. Thank goodness for this board, and the truth of what people have paid.
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Re: What's the highest prices you've seen so far for the SRT

Ray G said:
I was at Framingham Dodge in Mass. and they were asking $24,500 anybody hear a higher number?

All the dealers in the sacramento area except Swift Dodge markup around 5 grand. Lasher Dodge/Volkswagon, Autowest Dodge, Folsom lake dodge all have a 5,000 dollar markup. Lasher did however call my after I bought mine and asked if I would buy from them if they beat Swift's price of MSRP. . . but I had already bought my car and was lovin it :)
 

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Well, remember the dealers that tried to screw you when it comes time for maintenance. I would drive farther to go to a dealer that was honest instead of one trying to charge $3000-$4000 over MSRP.
 
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