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Well you must have went into the dealer all happy and excited about the rebel!! That's a big no! I was also looking at a power wagon at a different dealership (I like to stand out). Sad thing is I got a fully loaded rebel for the same price as a basic powerwagon for msrp. But then the dealer knocked $4500 off the rebel and gave me $1500 more for my trade! So I can't complain!
 

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Yeah I gotta say I like that 2500 . I can't imagine them dropping 11 grand of on 2016 though the dealers here don't go that low but you got a hell of a deal
 

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You can get a loaded 2016 mega cab 6.4 Laramie 2500 for the same price! I cancelled my rebel order and bought this " Real Ram"
My old man has a Mega Cab w/ Cummins so I know a bit about them. Around here, Houston TX, Mega Cabs with the 6.4 HEMI don't sell well due to the low MPG and tow rating in comparison to the available Cummins. That's A LOT of truck for that 6.4 to pull around. Yes, you got a great discount, but I'm not that surprised.

Now, I'm not knocking your choice. You gota puuuurty truck! It's just in a whole different league than the Rebel. It's hard to even compare the two.
 

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Nice truck. That's what make life interesting every one has different likes and dislikes. All I can say is I love my rebel and would not change my decision in buying it. Have fun with your new truck because I know I have.
 

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The Rebel is not a cheap truck, but I don't think it's overpriced. I wanted something fairly loaded, but I still needed some off road ability. My prevous Ram was a 2015 1500 Sport. Not exactly off road friendly. Before that, a 2015 Ram 3500 Limited Cummins. Daily driving a one ton is terrible. The Rebel gives me the offroad abilities I need, with all of the options I need and want, with the daily driving comfort I need. And the price is something I feel gives me value. I won't say exactly how much I paid, but it was under $44k CDN.
 

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4XTEK, I will admit that you have a very nice truck indeed. However for my needs the Rebel is a good purchase. I looked at Power Wagons but that was a little more truck than what I needed but still I can go off-road when needed up in the mountains just fine. As for the price, I got my truck out the door with a MOPAR Lifetime Warranty as well for around 44,500, which I will admit is not too bad.
 

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I'll admit it may be a bit overpriced but then again I'm a cheapskate and never pay retail so that might be why but even if it is the one overpriced item I own....I'm Still loving it and thankful to God I can afford it.
 

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No price is to high for something you love!
 
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i paid just over $44k CDN plus tax. A great price considering the features and the price of Ford / GMC / Toyota which I compared all of. Then when you add in 0% financing for 84 months there was no comparison possible.
 
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There's a bright red fully loaded Rebel for sale in Northampton mass , MSRP 55, 510 selling for 42K
 
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