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I bought a Mannequin

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We just picked up our second 2022 ER Lightning Lariat. It was the mannequin at the dealer where we bought our first Lightning. Both trucks arrived on the same transporter in June. The mannequin had 2225 gentle miles on it. The #1 trip odometer had not been reset and showed 2.4 mi/kWh and 2219 miles. The truck was spotless. The truck had a 0325 blend date and a the last 5 digits of the vin are 00902 so its obviously a very early build, early enough that the Destination & Delivery fee was $1695. I paid MSRP but also got the full tax credit and the 2022 price. I saved $16,225 over buying a 2023.
My experience buying a mannequin was great. I read about people waiting for new trucks that have some pretty major deletes, I'm in Maine and would not consider a truck with out the heated steering wheel, guess I've grown soft in my old age;). The mannequins are coming up for sale and there are reputable dealers out there that have taken care of theirs. My advise is search around, look the truck over closely, and buy yourself a complete truck at a good price.
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We just picked up our second 2022 ER Lightning Lariat. It was the mannequin at the dealer where we bought our first Lightning. Both trucks arrived on the same transporter in June. The mannequin had 2225 gentle miles on it. The #1 trip odometer had not been reset and showed 2.4 mi/kWh and 2219 miles. The truck was spotless. The truck had a 0325 blend date and a the last 5 digits of the vin are 00902 so its obviously a very early build, early enough that the Destination & Delivery fee was $1695. I paid MSRP but also got the full tax credit and the 2022 price. I saved $16,225 over buying a 2023.
My experience buying a mannequin was great. I read about people waiting for new trucks that have some pretty major deletes, I'm in Maine and would not consider a truck with out the heated steering wheel, guess I've grown soft in my old age;). The mannequins are coming up for sale and there are reputable dealers out there that have taken care of theirs. My advise is search around, look the truck over closely, and buy yourself a complete truck at a good price.
The mannequin had 2,200 BRUTAL miles on it.😀

Every test drive was most likely a torture test.

How do you figure the test drives were “gentle“??
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