Varney on Fox this morning said Texas had the lowest gas prices in the country. And according to him the lowest price in Texas was at a Buc-EE's in Denton at $1.69. Haven't seen that yet here, lowest I've seen locally was $1.87 today at Sam's. Most of the majors are still around $1.90 - $1.94.That truck should easily out tow my purchase,,,
If my math is correct,, this should be close to my last truck purchase,, knock on wood,,,
so, no electric in my future,,
I was out this morning,, and saw more than 6 stations that had gas for $1.99,,
that pricing is the death of the electric,,, IMHO,,,
I still like my 79 1 ton 4x4 Chevy. Only gets 10 MPG but a $50,000.00 new truck price tag will buy a lot of gas? Even at $3.50 a gal I need to drive another 143,000 miles to use that up but not sure the math works out cause a new $50K truck still needs fuel and maintenance and I only drive my work truck around 5,000 miles at the most each year? I have had this one 13 plus years now limited repairs during that time and I can work on it. I will admit in 13 years I have spent around $3500.00 on it and that included tires.Only truck I can put 5 ton of gravel in the bed and still drive it and not have people look at me like it is way over loaded! Till then I am going to wear out my 2005 Dodge Ram 3/4T 4x4 Hemi it has 158,000 miles on it and rides like a car. Oh I just put $3500.00 into it with new brakes and a Clutch assemble we won't count several sets of tires. Chevy cost $4500.00 used, Dodge cost used $18,900.00 so saving money is not a reason to buy a new truck to me at all. Best part of the Chevy I can do stuff in it that breaks my other trucks and it comes back for more punishment.