March 30, 2018 at 10:57 am #488608
I’m researching vehicles to find the ideal truck and price to pull our 14,000# 5th wheel.
Included in my research are prices of course. I live in Central Wisconsin. I am utilizing auto-finder websites with a 200 mile search radius because I am willing to drive 4 hours in order to save some serious green.
In my research I am finding I can save thousands of dollars for the same spec’d truck at many of the search results located in neighboring Minnesota, Iowa, Illinois and Michigan within my chosen 200 mile radius.
Can someone please explain why I get better prices from neighboring states??
Is there something I am not seeing or know about??
I would appreciate as much information anyone can provide. Thanks!! Marshall
April 4, 2018 at 3:01 pm #489202
@mjbjorge Marshall, car values vary mostly due to the demand/supply and subsequent competition in a specific area. So if one area (say, Wyoming) has less vehicle supply and a different kind of demand than, say, Colorado, then the prices will vary based on the competitiveness of each market.
Does that help?
April 4, 2018 at 8:24 pm #489236
Yes it does. Thank you for the rely. I appreciate it.
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