Yeah What sucks is you sales tax AND yearly DMV reg is based on sales price.. not after the fact rebates. (At least in California).
Have you ever placed an order? (sounds like you just have a reservation) If not, the way I understand it, you would not get both. You may not get any. Read all the details and fine print. There were order placement cutoff dates to qualify for price protection.Ok, I’m a bit confused. I have a first day reservation and an looking to order in August. I have a reservation for a base, but am looking to get a base with SAS. According to the chart I would get Both column A & B, correct? Would changing to advanced 4x4 affect my PP as an early reservation holder? Thanks in advance.
If you have not yet placed an order yet, then none of this applies to you, as the details in post is for 2022MY only.Ok, I’m a bit confused. I have a first day reservation and an looking to order in August. I have a reservation for a base, but am looking to get a base with SAS. According to the chart I would get Both column A & B, correct? Would changing to advanced 4x4 affect my PP as an early reservation holder? Thanks in advance.
The price protection certificates that are apart of the two programs are for customers only. Dealers do not get any cut of that… the rebate gets passed directly to the customer.One quick question I have.
This price protection is for DEALER or directly to the reservation holders?
My agreement with my dealer is dealer invoice and they are keeping their promise but refused to do any with the price protection.
Selling price is based on MY 22 dealer invoice. (So I am still paying for my BD modular bumper)
I am an early reservation holder and there is already certificate for MY22 price increase under my ford account.
My dealer says the certificate goes directly to them and they don’t think they need to honor it to me since they are selling it with invoice price (MY22 though).
Is that true?
The certificate goes directly to the dealer and they are not obligated to honor it to the reservation holder?
My dealer has been good and I still like them.
Just trying to understand what I deserve with the price protection from FORD.
The price protection certificates that are apart of the two programs are for customers only. Dealers do not get any cut of that… the rebate gets passed directly to the customer.
Retail price protection is for both the dealer and the customer. The customer gets the difference in the MSRP and the dealer gets the difference in dealer invoice price.
For both of the price protection programs, the dealer can either reduce the purchase price of the vehicle, or they can charge the customer full price and reimburse the customer after delivery. For the price protection programs the check will come directly from Ford. For retail price protection the check will come from your dealer.
Keep in mind this is only when your dealer is charging MSRP. Ultimately the final price is whatever you agreed with the dealer on. So if you agreed upon dealer invoice, then that’s the agreement, and that’s what you get.
Easiest thing to do is just build your exact configuration today on Build & Price. Your Wildtrak should have costed $2,445 less than what is listed as today.I need some help here.
reservation date 07/15/2000
wildtrak model at time of reservation
Upgrade to HOSS is the only change I ever made
picked up my bronco yesterday and only $695 price protection
Is this correct ?
Oh.... whoops!! Good catch. You do get the retail price protection, my bad.Most on here have reservations and work the flow chart easily. I do not have a reservation and placed an order December 2021. I had the dealer change only the color at the end of March. It seems like I would still be protected from mid year price increase because I kept the rest of the order the same (no change in trim, package, etc). BUT the flow chart makes it look like I don't receive price protection. Any clue if I still have price protection for the non reservation 12/21 order with color change done on 3/23/2022?