That's funny. I go by that intersection all the time. Absolutely! Although mine might come in much later than yours. Waiting to preorder until after B&P is released.Small world just passed Tuscawilla and 434 .. stay connected we gotta go for a ride when the Broncos arrive and visit some jeep meets lol
I live in Wisconsin, but am looking to transfer my Reservation to Granger. I have been talking to my local dealer (1.5 miles away) and they cannot tell me if they will try and match the price of Granger. Granger 5.5 hours away $150 food /gas round trip.I have to ask, after seeing that crazy video of the salesman in FL who thinks he has the most reservations in the nation, are you buying your vehicle from Granger Ford, or somewhere else. Plost your vote and your reason why.
I wish I was only 5.5 hrs away. We are a 21.5 hr drive away. My wife and I are thinking of making a vacation trip out of it.I live in Wisconsin, but am looking to transfer my Reservation to Granger. I have been talking to my local dealer (1.5 miles away) and they cannot tell me if they will try and match the price of Granger. Granger 5.5 hours away $150 food /gas round trip.
Update:I haven't ordered yet. I'm waiting for two things before I decide.
1. Build and price.
If I can't spec out my Bronco the way I would like for a reasonable price, I'm going to have to continue waiting patiently until the next model year or until a used one is available.
2. The Texas group buy details
The Texas group buy deal is done, but not public info yet. I'd like to compare this deal to Granger's before I make a final decision.
Depending on the details of the Texas group buy deal and actual costs from Ford I'm still in a holding pattern. Hopefully I'll have a reservation through Granger or the unnamed Texas dealership soon!
No. Sticking with my local dealer. Small town. He has been responsive and reasonable throughout the process. Also giving me invoice pricing. Fair enough.hisAnyone waiting until the last minute to place an order???