When will 2019 build & price be available for 25/3500 ??? - Dodge Cummins Diesel Forum
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When will 2019 build & price be available for 25/3500 ???

Anyone know when build and price will be available for the 2019 25/3500's?

I can see dealer websites are already listing 2019 trucks for sale, which means they've been given the VIN and build sheet of said truck for sale.

Since the dealers have this, why can't the consumer start the process online?


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It'll probably be available right about the time that ordering closes for 2019 MY.
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There is a few people on here that have already ordered and posted their build sheets. They did it through a dealer ...and they aren't cheap I can say that!

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Yeah I’m wondering the same thing. You can price one out with a dealer. They have the ability.

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Been checking every few days as well.

I did notice NADA has their 2019 Ram build and price available.
https://www.nadaguides.com/Cars/2019...64-Box/Pricing

Prices are noticeably higher then they were when I ordered my 2015. My 15 was about $1500-2k more then my 2013 .
I built a nearly identical to my 2015 new 2019 Ram 2500 Laramie , and was a bit shocked to see it price out at about a $12,000.00 more .
Wow. Granted I did add in the latest tech, that’s probably 2-3k of the jump . Still wow that’s still a big price jump.

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Been checking every few days as well.

I did notice NADA has their 2019 Ram build and price available.
https://www.nadaguides.com/Cars/2019...64-Box/Pricing

Prices are noticeably higher then they were when I ordered my 2015. My 15 was about $1500-2k more then my 2013 .
I built a nearly identical to my 2015 new 2019 Ram 2500 Laramie , and was a bit shocked to see it price out at about a $12,000.00 more .
Wow. Granted I did add in the latest tech, thatís probably 2-3k of the jump . Still wow thatís still a big price jump.
You probably ordered the model with the big screen tv, etc. I posted a link to a nicely appointed 2019 Bighorn dually and the msrp was $66k, and they have already knocked it down $9k to $57k. Granted that's a boatload of money, but it's not much of an increase from the 2018.
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They are for sale, I bought this one last Monday, although it's not a Cummins.

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The hemi's shipped sooner than the cummins. Although the cummins should be hitting the lots any day now.
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There have been a few Cummins trucks around the past couple weeks, I agree though there are more gas trucks out there then diesel.
When trucks are first landing on dealer lots I like to run nation wide searchís on autotrader and cars.com. I filter for adds with pictures so I can tell if they are really on the lots .
I was also able to find a few bright gloss white trucks in high trim level, which was a relief for me I hate metallic white and I am sure not paying $500 extra for them to put sparkles in my white paint. Lol
I own today a 2015 2500 Diesel, and have always bought gloss white Laramie trim trucks with black leather bench seats both 1500 and 2500s . 1500s as of 2019 only offer the metallic white in Laramie up trim. I was afraid they would do the same to the HD. It was a relief to see actual 2019 gloss white Laramie + trim level HDs setting in lots in gloss white.

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You probably ordered the model with the big screen tv, etc. I posted a link to a nicely appointed 2019 Bighorn dually and the msrp was $66k, and they have already knocked it down $9k to $57k. Granted that's a boatload of money, but it's not much of an increase from the 2018.
Yes big screen, surround view cams , blindside monitors , etc. were the tech options I was referring to.
Other then those tech options the truck I built and priced was identical to my current 2015 , and my old 2013.
Both my 15 and 13 were bought right at 11k off MSRP. Out the door at 48k and just under 50k on the 15. If I take that same 11k off MSRP of the 19, I was setting at $62k . At least $12k more then I paid for my 2015.

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You probably ordered the model with the big screen tv, etc. I posted a link to a nicely appointed 2019 Bighorn dually and the msrp was $66k, and they have already knocked it down $9k to $57k. Granted that's a boatload of money, but it's not much of an increase from the 2018.
Yes big screen, surround view cams , blindside monitors , etc. were the tech options I was referring to.
Other then those tech options the truck I built and priced was identical to my current 2015 , and my old 2013.
Both my 15 and 13 were bought right at 11k off MSRP. Out the door at 48k and just under 50k on the 15. If I take that same 11k off MSRP of the 19, I was setting at $62k . At least $12k more then I paid for my 2015.
Someone posted their 2019 larmie order and was only about 2k more then my 2018 larmie but I opted out of the bucket seats to the 6 seating which reduced my price quite a bit.

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