Granger Ford - X-plan price Admin Fee clarification

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If you have a valid x plan pin we are @ 1300 under invoice..

The 275 is not added to any part of the deal, it is a admin fee built into the x plan price.

Our only fees for out of state buyers is the $100 (because of xplan) DOC fee and $45 for the transit tag...in state will pay sales tax and license plates as well.
How would you determine shipping costs? For example, to Florida.
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@theguda X-Plan is not a discount off of a negotiated price. It is a price set by Ford Motor Company and is slightly above dealer invoice. The X-Plan price already includes the $275.

Because Granger is selling at a price below invoice, and below X-Plan, there is no need for X-Plan at Granger.
Actually, X Plan is 0.4% below dealer invoice, plus the $275.00 fee. Plus the D&D charge.
 

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no fees - do not know what D&D is
D&D = destination and delivery. Which I believe will be $1,495.00? How will Granger Ford be able to eliminate the standard X Plan $275.00 fee?
 
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Thanks for the clarification! Much appreciated! I'll have that document with me when I make my order / purchase.
I would hope that information should be included with my X Plan PIN?
 

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@Granger Ford, I assume we have to pay the state and local taxes for your area. What are those percentages?
Wellllllll............I *think* it depends on your state. Here in Washington, Grainger can pay it for you based on your home address (& I think they can add it into the financing - there is another thread on this , sorry can't find at moment) ? or you can have the temp license & when you get home & go to register it & get your plates -- they're gonna collect the tax. At least here thats how it's done... as far as avoiding said taxes --- there's no way around it.
 

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Wellllllll............I *think* it depends on your state. Here in Washington, Grainger can pay it for you based on your home address (& I think they can add it into the financing - there is another thread on this , sorry can't find at moment) ? or you can have the temp license & when you get home & go to register it & get your plates -- they're gonna collect the tax. At least here thats how it's done... as far as avoiding said taxes --- there's no way around it.
Yeah not looking to avoid taxes, just figuring out which jurisdiction is going to collect and comparing the rates.
 
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