Buying out of state vehicle

Asked by Jun 23, 2017 at 04:19 PM about the 2012 Ram 2500 Laramie Longhorn Mega Cab 4WD

Question type: Shopping & Pricing

I am located in Sacramento California.  Looks like some of the prices are
better in different parts of the country.

4 Answers

251,635

That could happen. Bigger cities can ask more, like the NE and CA. But is it worth your time flying or driving to purchase the vehicle?

5

Purchasing a vehicle from a different state is no problem. Also depending on the dealer and the agent, some stores will also pay for or charge the shipping cost. This cost shouldn't be too much more.

74,575

California prices are generally high but so is the cost to shop a 1,000 miles away. I would never buy a car that I could not inspect in person and no dealer will pay for the shipping costs unless you are paying an inflated purchase price.

5

Purchasing a vehicle from a different state is no problem. Also depending on the dealer and the agent, some stores will also pay for or charge the shipping cost. This cost shouldn't be too much more.

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