I have an email from the same woman saying you can use the X-plan for the Bronco Sport and Bronco.I just got my X-Plan code as shareholder, and sadly the person who sent it to me made a point of informing me that it would not be valid for a Bronco. Sorry to be the bearer of bad news.
I was wondering on this spreadsheet xplan discounts are applied. Are those accurate? Is the discount through out the trims just 150 to 231? Really.....Could've been updated by now but I downloaded yesterday and the #s were way off when I added the trade-in amount.
I realized the formula was only considering the Price minus Down payment and wasn't including the trade in. I readjusted anywhere in the monthly payment/final cost that said "L3-N3" to just O3 and it fixed it.
X-Plan calculations are not built into the spreadsheet at all. There is a Discounts field that you can enter in what you think you'd save with x-plan.I was wondering on this spreadsheet xplan discounts are applied. Are those accurate? Is the discount through out the trims just 150 to 231? Really.....
Would you know if this config has the electric adjustable seats?Great tool, I have BB, it's totaling $45800 OTD w 2.7L+Auto, LED, Wireless Charging Pad and Mid Package VS $48200 for OBX With 2.7L, seems like it's $2400 less for me, not sure If I'll need the extra things OBX offer for the price difference but definitely if you check more stuff the BB may hit $50K.
Thanks for spending the time.
I am torn as well. While I long to have a new Bronco the thought of paying that much. I could put 1/4 of the amount into my 2004 TJ and be more than happy. Going to wait to see what the final pricing will be and then decide.I just priced out a 4 dr wildtrak with lux, tow pkg, mod bumper, bash plates and it was 70k! My superduty didn't cost 70k, there is NO WAY I'm paying that much for a SUV. I may be one of those guys that cancels his reservation if this pans out to any accuracy in regards to price. Thats just absurd.