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Hey all! I wanted to let everyone know that all of you who replied to our Contact Me form have had the follow up survey emailed to the email address provided. If you have not received your follow-up survey, please first check your spam folder to see if your form was routed there.

If you still do not have it, PM me directly and I will communicate with you further to make sure it was sent to proper email address. A huge THANK YOU to everyone who has participated!





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Im in. i have my reservation at Leif Johnsons Super store in Buda. I am told they are able to get ordered vehicles quick.
you might try working with them.
I have suspensions from dealers who make these kind of remarks ... how can they get them quick, or quicker, when Ford has already said that Broncos will be made/delivered based on when they were ordered.
 

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I have suspensions from dealers who make these kind of remarks ... how can they get them quick, or quicker, when Ford has already said that Broncos will be made/delivered based on when they were ordered.
They're just BSing. When I called that dealer specifically, they didn't know half about the Bronco that forum members here know.
 

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Follow-up survey completed.

I will buy a Bronco if I can do so without feeling I've been screwed in the process. But, I haven't placed a reservation yet.

Since a response to the survey's question about the dealer with whom one currently has a reservation appears to be mandatory (I answered "pending"), is there any reason that not having a reservation already in place would somehow restrict one's participation in this planned group buy?



P.S. - Everyone should visit the panhandle at least once in their lives. So, I highly recommend arranging this buy with a dealer up here in the Siberia of Texas. ;)
 

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is there any reason that not having a reservation already in place would somehow restrict one's participation in this planned group buy?
We will only be able to count you in %100 once you have a reservation. Once that happens and you are completely committed to purchase, we will count you in. Otherwise we would be guesstimating how many buyers we have, and we want solid numbers when negotiating with dealers.
 

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I have a question.
I'd signed up for this buyer's group, but have not placed a Bronco reservation with any dealer yet. Should/Do I need to submit a reservation first before this group buy is confirmed?
Yes, you will need a reservation before you are counted as “fully in”.
 

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Follow-up survey completed.

I will buy a Bronco if I can do so without feeling I've been screwed in the process. But, I haven't placed a reservation yet.

Since a response to the survey's question about the dealer with whom one currently has a reservation appears to be mandatory (I answered "pending"), is there any reason that not having a reservation already in place would somehow restrict one's participation in this planned group buy?



P.S. - Everyone should visit the panhandle at least once in their lives. So, I highly recommend arranging this buy with a dealer up here in the Siberia of Texas. ;)
I would say if you haven't registered by this time, you are looking at getting a Bronco in 2022. I would hurry up and registered as I have heard rumblings of them shutting down the ability to reserve one. I could be wrong, so dont kill the messenger ;-)
 

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In. Have a reservation since Day 1 with Holiday Ford in Whitesboro, they are good on pricing. I've bought 2 F250s and a Raptor from them but they are terrible at communication. We have 2 Bronco reservations with them and they have yet to respond to me. So, good pricing, terrible communication.
 

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Yes, you will need a reservation before you are counted as “fully in”.
Appreciate the clarification.
Shortly after submitting the survey with "N/A" for the reservation number, I had decided to put down $100 for a reservation. How can I update the survey with my newly issued reservation number?
 

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Done... In AZ but Texas is closer than Iowa!
 

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We will only be able to count you in %100 once you have a reservation. Once that happens and you are completely committed to purchase, we will count you in. Otherwise we would be guesstimating how many buyers we have, and we want solid numbers when negotiating with dealers.
Given that reservations with Ford can be canceled, I’m not sure claiming that a reservation translates into being committed to purchase will carry much weight from a business negotiation standpoint.

That said, after I’ve done a little more research on options such as Granger Ford, I’ll go ahead and register with a dealer.

Would you recommend simply re-submitting the follow-up survey with the updated information? Or, would doing so be problematic for your database?
 

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The tax question comes up a lot and it is a legitimate concern and one we are working to get answered. But the short answer is you will not have to pay taxes in 2 states and will ultimately only be responsible for your states tax rate.
To expand on that, if say you buy a vehicle in ID, the sales tax for vehicles is 6% and you live in TX. In TX, the sales tax is 6.5%. So the buyer from TX pays the difference. I'm not sure how it would work the other way.

One other thought is warranties when purchasing from out of state. This can become a huge legal headache that buyers need to look into before the purchase.
 

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How can I update the survey with my newly issued reservation number?
Would you recommend simply re-submitting the follow-up survey with the updated information? Or, would doing so be problematic for your database?
PM me your reservation number and I will get it updated.

Given that reservations with Ford can be canceled, I’m not sure claiming that a reservation translates into being committed to purchase will carry much weight from a business negotiation standpoint.
Maybe not, but having a reservation tells us as a group that you are more likely to commit to a purchase and are not just filling out a survey for fun.
 

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