I highly doubt that Ford is going to deliver dealership stock before they deliver a reservation that was made today. But you keep doing what you do best...In 2022, yes it will happen. That's a lot of Broncos down the road though. And 2022 MY will have different allocation rules.
Ever if @Granger Ford didnt have the $2k off invoice, I would still be inclined to purchase from them due to how communitive they have been with us since day 1. No other dealership in the nation has been that involved or transparent! All other dealerships should learn from them!In all fairness, folks aren’t head over heels for Granger/Stephens because of pricing but because how they have been treated and the time and patience they have exuded with this very needy group of enthusiasts. Yes, 100% price is a great carrot. But they have earned most potential sales.
Ok. Remember they built in that other 50% allocation for 2021 MY Broncos. 2022 will resort back to a more traditional allotment. They've already told us Bronco Sport will have some factor into it. This isn't new news to us...maybe to you guys it is.I highly doubt that Ford is going to deliver dealership stock before they deliver a reservation that was made today. But you keep doing what you do best...
I respectfully beg to differ about communication and overall customer service thus far. Kerny Mesa in California has done a GREAT job for us out here, especially as the rest of the Southern California dealers were suffering from commitment paralysis and herd mentality, i.e. "don't know about pricing yet...unkown as to whether we will honor X-Plan...it's up in the air right now..yada yada yada...". I do not ordinarily have a dealership emblem on my car, but if Kearny Mesa has one, I will put it on my bronco right next to the SASQ decal.
My dealership had only reached out To me once so I wouldn’t know. And literally that’s all he said ...”hey I’m reaching out...checking in”. Something tells me we won’t friends at the end of this “relationship” anyway so yeah.....I’ll be switching my two orders to Stephens. Because $1500 savings per vehicle may be change to him but it’s a lot of money for some people like me.Wait what? Sounds like this guy is telling me the extra he WANTS me to pay is to cover him BEING MY FRIEND? WTF? I haven't had to pay for friends in like 35-40 years, I'm NOT starting back up
So yeah, sounds like typical dealer bullshit... pick me pick me... I'm the Greatest!! smh
Oh and BTW... 1st Edition MSRP to Invoice is like $2,100 NOT $1,300. So if he wants to whine about shit in his little video, at least get his numbers right. Which he also doesn't include holdback, so they are making money, even on below invoice deals.
Edit: I see people mention stuff like his trail tips...and other stuff... Has anyone talked to a Ford dealer since July 13th that has actually had MORE information than you yet? Because I haven't even come close to it, I feel like I'M the one holding a Ford training seminar when I'm on the phone with them!
Are October orders considered MY22? That is what you are indicating.Ok. Remember they built in that other 50% allocation for 2021 MY Broncos. 2022 will resort back to a more traditional allotment. They've already told us Bronco Sport will have some factor into it. This isn't new news to us...maybe to you guys it is.
I don't recall saying anything about dealer stock? I believe that by the time some people get their Bronco, the hysteria will have died down enough that by then, you will likely be able to place a reservation pretty much anywhere and they will compete for your business. I also believe there will many that don't accept delivery after placing orders which will give ample opportunity to purchase off dealer lots. After today's news, yet to be officially confirmed by Ford, there are likely to be more changes to how and when we get a Bronco and if dealers will now be more willing to up their offers.I disagree on this point. Grangers October Surprise Broncos are still going to be delivered before any dealerships start taking stock. Dealerships won't even have had a chance to push the ADM envelope yet and see how much money they can milk out of their customers. No deals to be had off the lot until 2023 at the earliest.
I have a local shop that I go to now, and it's not a dealership. They replaced the engine in my car a few years ago. Was actually just in there today to get a new battery, and we talked about the new Bronco I'm getting. Both guys were so excited - they can't wait to see it. I'm serious - they knew more about it than the guy at my local Ford dealership. Wanted to know if I'm getting the Sasquatch, 2.7 EcoBoost, shit...I think they knew more about it than I do. Kind of refreshing. Too bad they don't sell cars.So, what will you do now? You'll need someone to work on your vehicle sooner or later.
Are you this condescending to all your customers as well or are you just pissed Ford trying cutting stealerships like yourself out of the picture?Ok. Remember they built in that other 50% allocation for 2021 MY Broncos. 2022 will resort back to a more traditional allotment. They've already told us Bronco Sport will have some factor into it. This isn't new news to us...maybe to you guys it is.