Yes Jones Casa Grande Ford, invoice pricing., no ADM, they did ask for a $1K deposit. But they’re no longer offering the deal to new orders. I’ve been working with Christina and she’s great! Straight forward, and responsive.I think it was Jones Ford. Not sure if that deal ever materialized or not?
Agreed. If your dealer isnt willing to provide you with extra assurances (i.e. signed agreement on price), you might be able to identify the problem earlier than when you Bronco arrives at the dealership. I would rather know sooner so I can make changes (if possible).Guess it depends whether you trust your sales rep . . .
Maybe express your concerns . . see what they say . .
See if they mention any of the options you've seen here . .
See what they say about "price guarantee signed by General Mgr" . .
Might give you a 'read' on their integrity/honesty with you . .
I don't think they lost it. It just didn't get made on Fords part. I don't claim to know the system but that would leave me to believe that every single dealership did not receive the same percentage proportionaly. That would mean the wait at every dealer will be longer. Your argument is invalid as far as I'm concerned. If Ford can not fulfill all reservations in the 22 year for whatever reason like they failed in 21, Granger and others like them only helped their customers by receiving an even larger allocation for 22 for completing more than the average in 21. Good try.Didn't they just say they lost about 50 of their allocation? That would mean the wait will be even longer.
Going with Granger is more than just saving money. It's the peace of mind, being able to sleep at night, not stressing all day, up-tick in blood pressure, wondering if your dealer's gonna screw you over. It looks like the nightmare stories have people worried. That's a lot of hand wringing and sweating between now and the day your Bronco arrives. Granted I'm only in MN, but I can rest easy knowing I'm with Granger. I can vouch for them as can others out here, their communication and are a class act. I recently purchased a Bronco Sport from them, below MSRP. No fuss no muss, happy as a clam. Can't wait for my Bronco to come in, very happy to make another trip to Granger.I seriously considered Granger, but $1000 off invoice on a Base minus $1500 to ship from IA to Phoenix would actually end up higher than MSRP.
Earnhard has told me repeatedly no ADM and no mandatory dealer add-ons for customer orders. Their communication is terrible, but they don't seem sleazy.
Both SanTan and Rob Horne only said no ADM, but neither would commit on their BS mandatory add on crap. I swear the SanTan guys are so sleazy I need a shower every time I step foot on their lot.
You assume NO price has been agreed to.Yep, I picked up on that as well. If he's worked there that long, there is definitely history and he knew he should have a purchase order when ordering.
The way I look at it is this...
Everybody buying a Bronco has to agree to a price at some point. Why not agree to it BEFORE you order? It's not rocket science.
Howdy. I think someone mentioned this before, if the dealership goes away, where do you get your warranty work done? Or where do you take your Tesla for warranty repairs, etc? Thanks.The dealer lobby across the country constantly slams Tesla's business model as a breading ground for abuse of the customer, but what do we have here.....
Tesla has one of the best lead times right now (still not amazing but better than other manufacturers) and you won't get a markup on a new Tesla ordered directly from them.
Despite ownership of a Tesla, I promise I'm not a fan boy . I just think the dealership model is antiquated.