2019 Ram 1500 Bighorn... Good deal? How much better have people done?

nj
pa

#1

Just started today with pricing @ 1 dealer. First dealer and I didn’t even work that hard. They we’re very open about needing a few more truck sales to make their month. This is for a new business so any tips would be greatly appreciated. Miles don’t really bother me as I would likely buy out at end of lease. (I think - but depends on business needs - I’m in construction). I’m thinking I would like to be right around 400/mo. How practical is that with zero down?

2019 Ram 1500 Crew Cab 6’4 box
Saved Numbers on Leasehackr Calculator:

**MSRP: $53k
**Selling Price: $43k
**Monthly Payment: $450
**Cash Due at Signing: $0
**MSD:*??
Incentives:

**Months:*36
**Annual Mileage:10k
MF:
**Residual:57% 30,006

Region: eastern pa
Leasehackr Score:?


#2

Following thread. Trying to get a Laramie with the 12 inch screen for 450 a month. Am I dreaming?


#3

Any idea on the 10k discount ? How much is discount vs incentives?


#4

There us a boatload of rebates on the Bighorn.


#5

I dont recall off hand. How does that make a difference - discounts vs incentives? New to the site


#6

Those 12 inch screens are pretty sweet.


#7

You want to get as big of a discount as possible as that’s really the only variable you can’t control .

Incentives are from the manufacturer.
Mf/residual through the bank.


#8

What are all of the Bighorn rebates out there right now?


#9

Check the Ram Website.


#10

I got quoted $2500 down and $390 a month for a base big horn crew cab - seemed high to me - what do you guys think? 36 month lease / 10k miles


#11

$2500 down or $2500 Due at signing? Big difference. Not hacker-worthy at $2500 down, but 2500 DAS with $390 a month is probably pretty average of a deal from what I’ve been seeing.


#12

$2,500 due at signing - out the door. $390/month 10k miles/year. MSRP was 47k.

Sorry I wasn’t clear when typing that out.

How much do you think I can get the monthly payment down to with negotiating? Im in NY and dealing with a leasing company not a dealer.


#13

Depends what you qualify for but I think with the 47k MSRP and only 10k a year you should be able to get it at about 400 per month or less with little or nothing DAS