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Discussion in 'Road Side Pub' started by 13COBRA, Apr 8, 2016.
what does it take to qualify for rebates by zip code? will a PO BOX get you qualified
It cannot be a PO Box, unless it's a business.
It just got much better for my area. I just saw today big rebates + 0% for 60mo Edge/Escape Explorer
Edge is 0%/60mo + 5k, seems almost like a mistake
any timeline on Godzilla numbers being released to the public? What model year will be the first available to order them in?
What is the best Ford Dealership in Missouri? Seriously, great thread, thanks for taking the time!
Do dealers have the ability to order aftermarket wheels and tires at wholesale or do they go through a third party?
Every dealer is different. We go through ATD usually who sells to the public as tirebuyer.com or else Tire Rack through our Mazda account.
Biggest or best?
Yes and no. 99% of third parties have dealer prices available.
I'm sure you have aquaintances who sell other brands. From a new car perspective which brand is most profitable?
Range Rover BY FAR.
Their average gross on a new vehicle is $10-15k.
As far as domestic vehicles, probably Ford or GM. Imports, definitely Toyota and Subaru.
Do you have any Flex's? My mom is in the market.
2019/less than 20k miles/leather/blindspot detection/rear air
I don't have one that fits that bill, but they're are plenty of them out there.
If financing, it might work out better to buy a new one with all the rebates and 0%.
How well/not well do the Explorer ST’s lease? Would you be able to give an approximate idea for a 3-4 yr lease (whichever payment is cheaper) @ 15k miles with $2500 down? Zip is 28173. Feel free to PM if need be.
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Are 2020 raptors available for order yet? Are the allocations out yet, or if not, any idea when they’re anticipated?
Not very good right now. Going to be about a $900-950 payment.
You can order them now. Allocation is kinda loose now. It's a lot easier to get them now.
There's only a $750 rebate currently, and residual is 53% for 36 months or 40% for 48 months. The money factor is high at 2.7 and 4.5 as well.
Do you anticipate big rebates eventually for the '20+ explorers? I was eyeing them but pricing seems way too high. Im comparing to my '13 loaded sport I grabbed for low 40s. Seems the equivalent equipped '20 is $55k+