November 6, 2018
I purchased a new 2014 Ram 1500 p/u in 2014 through the dealer's salesman, Gerry. I had an older 2011 Ram 1500 that I purchased from a different dealership that I was going to trade in. I tried Chrysler Jeep Dodge Ram 24 because the dealership I purchased my 2011 Ram 1500 from just didn't seem to want to work hard enough to try to get me into a new one with a trade and no money down, but keep my payments the same. Although initially, at least to me, I didn't believe it could be done (doing my own math crunching) with the price of the new 2014 Ram 1500, my trade in value, etc. However, Gerry worked hard with his sales manager and after a day or so, they actually were able to get me into the new 2014 Ram 1500 with no money down and kept my payments the same as on my prior 2011. I recently returned to Chrysler Jeep Dodge Ram 24 for some service on my 2014 Ram 1500 and had received a call from their sales dept before I went in for that service asking me to stop by the sales dept so they could look at my truck and tell me what it was worth for trade-in. Although I wasn't in the market for a new truck, I did stop by the sales dept after my vehicle was serviced. One thing led to another and after about 3 weeks of going back and forth with the same hard working salesman, Gerry, They gave me more than a fair trade in allowance and Ram was giving a fairly liberal discount on the Ram trucks. I am not driving a brand new 2017 Ram 1500 p/u with a few more options than my 2014 Ram 1500 and they were able to keep my monthly payments the same, for the same 60-month loan term as was on my 2014 Ram, and I didn't have to put anything down, other than to pay the sales tax, title and documents fees as usual. Although there were a few bumps and grinds along the way, Gerry really worked hard with his sales managers to put this deal together for me. I'd surely return to this dealership to see if Gerry can keep me in new trucks every three or four years.