There's a group of guys working hard behind the scenes. We have until the end of October to switch. If more people keep dropping out we won't have a chance to get a volume deal.I just don't have much faith in the Texas Ford dealers and I worked for one for 4 years.
What dealer are you working with in Dallas? Thanks.Been trying to get a deal from my dealer in Dallas.. Even linked the the Granger ad and so far not budging off MSRP. Still waiting to hear from the GM.. . Count me in if you can find a deal.. Looks like i'll be going to Granger in October.
Yes, you can only switch your reservation 1 time before the deadline of October 31st. There are a few of us users on this thread working as we speak, to figure out the best possible route for a volume deal through a Texas area dealer. It will take us some time to get things together, but the more people we have interested, the more likely chance we have of finding a dealer wanting to play ball. If you are interested in joining, let me know and I will add you to the list. If you have more questions, please feel free to reach out.I have my reservation down at Don Davis in Arlington. Can we switch our reservation location? I saw on another post that DD was not going to charge over, but I have not asked them specifically.
Five Star Ford of Dallas.. GM Finally contacted me and doesn't seem to care about more business. Told me they have 258 reservations and explained the allocation model ford follows. Which doesn't apply to reservations in the first place. Then told me Granger probably can't deliver on their deal. I thought having been a repeat customer they'd offer me something to keep my business.What dealer are you working with in Dallas? Thanks.
We are still working on the details currently to figure out the best approach for our volume purchase. I, along with “the team”, have been communicating everyday, and making great progress. We too, are very impressed with Granger and if it weren’t for the distance, I’m sure most of us would already have moved our reservations over. We have until October 31 to change our reservation, but want to see if there are any local dealers that will take all of us on. That gives us around 3 months to plan our approach, get everything together, and then start reaching out to dealers. You guys won’t have to do anything, the team will handle the contacting and negotiating.Any headway on this? I am very impressed with Granger and their communication and transparency. I will easily travel to Iowa if a Texas dealership doesn't beat their deal. One concern I have is on the trade in. I am open to a private sale since I will get the best value for my trade in (Jeep Wrangler) that way. I don't want to sign up with Granger or a TX dealer and get a great deal on a bronco only to get screwed on my trade. The issue in Texas is the high taxes. The ideal would be selling privately but only paying tax on the difference. Has anyone thought this through and have some advice?
I’m in. DFW areaThis is a thread dedicated to Texas area buyers looking for a deal similar to Granger ford. I’m in the DFW area, but I’m willing to drive a few hours for anything under invoice. If anyone has any leads, please fill us in!
Below is a list of Texas area dealers and User list. Feel free to add your name to the user list, and any dealer info you have.
Ford Bronco 2021 Dealers - Texas Edition - Group Edit