Have a Badlands 2-door reserved in Twin Falls, Idaho at Middlekauf Ford. No deals or special pricing, just MSRP. Anyone know of any dealers doing anything different?
I didn't check with that dealership (was concerned with allocation issue, plus they were not competitive on Raptor pricing). Be sure to confirm that they didn't mean Bronco Sport! The large allocation dealers seem to be around MSRP. Ontario didn't respond even though I bought a new Raptor from them, so I assumed they weren't planning to compete on price.Spoke to Tommy (sales manager) at Steve's Hometown Ford in Weiser, Id. SAYS can sell Broncos for INVOICE.
Kendall MSRP and $399 doc fee. They declined my offer of $500 over invoice. Lithia MSRP and large deposit. No firsthand knowledge of Corwin, but I heard they are MSRP. The Weiser invoice deal sounds good, especially if you have an early reservation or don't mind if you are bumped to MY22.Definitely Bronco, not sport. Didn't ask about allocation but that won't be set until orders are finalized. If more people place orders with them, their allocation will go up. Corwin will not tell me their pricing strategy and neither will Kendall.
The larger dealer is likely to have more guaranteed allocation (based on prior sales and jeep registrations) that is not dependent on the number of Bronco orders, so a greater percentage of their customers will get a MY21. Other than that it depends on where you rank compared to other reservation holders at that dealership.Another thing to consider. If your timestamp puts you in top 10 of dealer with an allocation of 10, are you better off than being at a dealer with an allocation of 200 yet you are number 225 based on their ordered timestamps?