When I worked at the dealer, if you were transferring MA tags, we’d let you drive off the lot so long as the car was insured and had the transferring plates on the new vehicle. Not sure if it was legal or not.
It seems it achieves this function by locking the brake on the inside tire (obviously). What if your rear locker is locked? Does it automatically disengage the locker and re-engage when you straighten out, or can you not have both of those functions working at the same time?
I have no problem with them taking care of the paper work, so long as it’s not going to cost me an extra $300+/- for them to do so. Typically when you buy out of state and DO NOT finance through the dealer, you’re usually on your own for reg and taxes.
Not sure if this was asked/ answered already. Can Brewster provide temp plates for transit home?
I’d either be cash purchase or seek my own financing ( cash in the dealers eyes) and register and pay taxes in my home state myself.
The one caveat I found from reading the warranty “fine print” is the warranter (I.e. Brewster Ford) needs to inspect the vehicle annually within 30 days of warranty activation anniversary. Which means an annual trip to Brewster for that inspection in order to keep the warranty active.
Great options! I think I’d
The bronco won’t be seeing much winter as I have my truck for that. I’m leaning towards MIC due to it only being an additional $600ish right now to upgrade and it’d be nice to have incase things change. I’m also inclined to think the aftermarket will offer better...
Typo in my first post. I don’t recall the thread that had the color comparisons. It was a good write up though. Maybe someone will be able to post it. Guy top some pretty nice lights with him to dealer.
I’m going to purchase the hard top regardless, And also want the soft top. I don’t mind the MIC top as I think it looks good with CG. The question is, do I order with the soft top and buy MIC later, or get MIC top with order and hope aftermarket has good options for soft tops? I guess the Jeep...
I think the sport is the “correct” CGI representation. I read another thread (can’t remember the name) of some who went to dealer that had color swatches and said the cactus gray was just a concrete flat gray. I’d prefer that over any kind of bluish tint. Untimely I’d take lead foot all day long
Welp. Guess x-plan is out of the questions. Stopped by Tasca a week ago to talk to someone in person. Long story short asked to see competing offer (I.e. $1000 below invoice) said they couldn’t match that, but got the song and dance about doing what they could to give a good deal.