My Dealer didn't play any games.
I did pay cash. Did not have a trade. Obviously no interest.
One add-on I authorized was ceramic window tint because the dealership's quote was $100 better than any of the independent shops I got a quote from. (most places were $600-700, dealer's guy was $499)
When you account for sales tax, the price increase is just shy of $14k. Ford also upped the BS delivery fee by $400 or so.
Base was $28,500. Out the door, with TTL, mine was $32 or so. No way would I have paid $46k for this truck.
I had to drive my Bronco from the back lot when I picked it up, because my sales guy didn't know how to drive a stick shift.
And Ford wants me to hand the keys (fob) to some rando to drive it across town and back?
Gear ratios don't help either. 6th gear at 0.646:1 is too much. You can get better mpg in 5th, since the engine often needs boost just to keep up normal freeway speed in 6th. 5th should have been around 0.82, and 6th at 0.7
I've already had to use my key once. Bronco was completely unresponsive after work one day. Used the key to unlock the door, then the alarm goes off, then it started up easy-peasy, didn't even have to use the hole in the bottom of the console.
No idea why it did that, unless I somehow...
Very Technically correct. ARS 28-958.0
The way the law is written is that all trucks and trailers need mud flaps, no more than 8" off the ground. But pickups are exempt if they are factory height. (18" isn't in the statute, it just says "raised center of gravity) If MVD considers the Bronco...