For a work truck where a few minor scrapes or dents is not an issue- used Fastenal trucks are a good option. We bought a few for escort trucks and they took a few grand less than asking price.
They are all Dodge Rams now- but they don't buy stripped models (they must get a fleet deal with Dodge and now Ram).
They mostly all have power windows, cruise, bedliner, cloth and carpet- a good truck for driving around even when not working.
They have an odd way of handling their sales/rep fleet.
The sales/reps are given a new Dodge Ram.
They just keep liability on their trucks so the reps know they need to be careful.
The reps just use them as sales vehicles and will also bring some fasteners in the bed to a customer if needed.
But they are around construction sites and commercial properties- so some little dents can happen.
They don't fix the dents unless it hampers the vehicle use.
Anyway- I just thought I would bring it up because they are a good way to get a few year old truck for way less than typical used prices. And they are fleet maintained and not gussied up for resale.
Last edited by BRealistic; 10-02-2012 at 10:37 PM.
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