Originally Posted by brandonjansen
Well number one, if you think white shows nicks and scratches the easiest you've obviously never owned a black vehicle!
They're 10 times harder to see in white than black.
I'd definitely recommend the Laramie with the 3.92 gears. It's always nice to have those gears for towing or if you want to put bigger tires on it. It sounds like white is definitely the color for you as well so I'd go with that!
My very first car was a black car.
After two years of ownership, I knew, that without a doubt I'd never, ever own a black car again....and I haven't. LOL
Yeah I'm leaning towards the white Laramie at this point.
Gonna go see it and test drive it in a bit.
The deal is, they are offering such good deals on the Big Horns, that it may be hard to justify the price difference for the Laramie.
The Big Horns I'm interested in have an MSRP of $45,375 but they are "offering" $10k off the MSRP. But the sales guy said, "he may be able to get more off" and he is consulting his GM now.
The Laramie has a $49,475 MSRP, and I was told they could do $9k off.
I'm going to push for $10k off too but Chrysler isn't offering as much incentives on the Laramie's so it may not be possible.
If the dealer will give me $11k off the Big Horn, that would be
If I can only get $9k off the Laramie, that's
It's hard to justify spending $6k more for a few options (though nice and convenient) for the Laramie.
What gets me is I like the look of the Laramie better, with the cooler headlights and chrome mesh grill, as well as the fender flares.
But $6k for just a bit better look and a few (realistically) unneeded options???