Originally Posted by Janster
Did you do any research on www.kbb.com
That'll give you a ballpark range of what prices you should be paying.
IMO Edmunds is much better then KBB when it comes to buying used from a dealer. If you look at the price details given by KBB it states that the price is a "starting point" for negotiations. Edmunds on the other hand gives you the actual price other people are paying for the car/truck type you selected.
Also, price can vary greatly depending on your location. The same truck in rural Virginia may sell for a much different price then say Denver.
Just my .02