I have a reservation on order and am looking forward to being able to drive it. You are correct that I am relatively new to the forum but being a long time member does not make anyone more “experienced” with all of the answers.More and more new members, who discuss the same information that has been discussed in multiple other threads, with multiple conflicting answers, just like in this thread. Then their experience allows them to be experts and predict what Ford will do with the Bronco X-Plan pricing. Is anyone else's head spinning yet?
Ford has not made any official announcements about Bronco X-Plan pricing yet. The only thing we have is Ford's Mike Levine on Twitter saying X-Plan will be accepted, that is the one and only thing that has been officially conveyed by Ford.
Right now, the only credible information we have on X-Plan pricing is from @Granger Ford, you know, an actual Ford dealer. His knowledge and insight tells us the Bronco X-Plan price will be BELOW Invoice, until we hear otherwise, they are the only ones I will believe. Therefore my Bronco Pricing Spreadsheet X-Plan Discount continues to be calculated at (Invoice * (-0.4%)). When Ford finally announces what the actual Bronco X-Plan pricing will be, I will gladly update my spreadsheet, if needed.
2021 Bronco pricing & savings spreadsheet (X-Plan vs Invoice and Below Invoice)
Currently, and unless Ford decides to change the X-Plan pricing structure just for Bronco, all X-Plan pricing is calculated the same. The correct calculation has been posted by others here too. That pricing is dealer invoice less .4% plus $275 admin fee. Even Granger Ford confirmed that the admin fee is paid by the customer as part of the X-Plan pricing. I don’t care what you do to the spreadsheet, and frankly it doesn’t even matter if you are purchasing from Granger because they are below X-Plan pricing anyway, but for those that are looking at X-Plan from another dealer your information on X-Plan pricing is not correct.