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I think the game is. Employee purchases, dealer buys at total cost including taxes and fees, so employee is out $0. Maybe at invoice?

dealer can then put it on the lot with basically no miles and an ADM. if employee is on the sales team, they probably get to sell it and pocket the commission.
If the vehicle is purchased by the employee first before dealer buys it.. then technically this would be a 1 owner vehicle and be a used car buy? Or the employee never takes delivery?
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I believe that you can only have two reservations per name and can transfer to a household member only. Otherwise non-transferable. So if the reservation is not confirmed into an order then it is cancelled. I don't see how a dealer will pick up that reservation for themselves. Stranger things happen! :unsure:
 

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And don't forget the Kansas City plant builds the F-150 that's included in that number. So you have 2 plants that have a 3 crew rotation building 7 days a week. MAP has 1 crew (currently).
Watched an older video of a plant tour, showed they turned out a truck every 55 seconds. Crazy production
 

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If the vehicle is purchased by the employee first before dealer buys it.. then technically this would be a 1 owner vehicle and be a used car buy? Or the employee never takes delivery?
Maybe there are some back door paperwork. Or it’s a one owner car with 13 miles and the next owner doesn’t care
 

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I think the game is. Employee purchases, dealer buys at total cost including taxes and fees, so employee is out $0. Maybe at invoice?

dealer can then put it on the lot with basically no miles and an ADM. if employee is on the sales team, they probably get to sell it and pocket the commission.
That’s my understanding they would cancel the preorders from the managers just to sell them
 

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If the vehicle is purchased by the employee first before dealer buys it.. then technically this would be a 1 owner vehicle and be a used car buy? Or the employee never takes delivery?
The deal said once they order they’ll cancel the managers reservations and then sell the Broncos on the lot
 

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My cousin that works for ford told me the output of the plant the broncos are made at is about 150-160k per year
That's great! But they have not actually massed produced the Bronco so I'm still betting on 60K in 2021. In a perfect world.
 

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Where have you seen this info? I thought everything Ford has put out so far said that some 2021 models will likely not deliver until 2022.

Also I think most new models come out in spring time for the most part. At least all the new cars I’ve paid attention to ?‍♂
 

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I believe that you can only have two reservations per name and can transfer to a household member only. Otherwise non-transferable. So if the reservation is not confirmed into an order then it is cancelled. I don't see how a dealer will pick up that reservation for themselves. Stranger things happen! :unsure:
 

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I believe that you can only have two reservations per name and can transfer to a household member only. Otherwise non-transferable. So if the reservation is not confirmed into an order then it is cancelled. I don't see how a dealer will pick up that reservation for themselves. Stranger things happen! :unsure:
If The reservation holder converts it to an order and then doesn’t pick up or pay for the Bronco when it’s delivered, then the dealer gets the Bronco. Will happen a lot I imagine.
 
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If The reservation holder converts it to an order and then doesn’t pick up or pay for the Bronco when it’s delivered, then the dealer gets the Bronco. Will happen a lot I imagine.
Many dealers are not charging extra deposit over the $100. Makes perfect sense! They are happy to put the undelivered order on the lot and I'm sure Ford is okay with that. Ford and the dealers probably prefer this scenario.
 
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I'm sure there will be plenty of 2021 broncos on dealer lots from them having family or friends place a reservation and then back out when it's delivered .
This highly questionable. Ford would not want this happening and it is easy to monitor. I doubt dealership owners would risk pissing off the manufacturer to get a few extra vehicles early on.
 

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Just being the devil’s advocate here, but model year 21 doesn’t mean it’s going to be delivered in the year 2021.
Uncle Mike seems to always be speaking in riddles. I think it might just be his sense of humor? I don’t get it.

I wish Ford would put out some sort of statement saying that “all reservations prior to Sep 18th are planned to be built and delivered prior to October of 2021”. Something like that anyways.......

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no one is going to get a MY21 car delivered in 2022. It does't work like that. By october all vehicles are the next year model.
 
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