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More comments about the Ford/UAW situation.

www.fordauthority.com/2019/11/ford-uaw-hourly-workers-are-losing-money-waiting-for-ratification/

This may help in delaying the update on the 2020 Transit pricing but I am looking at it possibly changing close to December 1st. All of the new cost from production has to be accumulated into the vehicle and once that is done, the NEW PRICE LIST to DEALERS will be issued.

Once that is done, all of the prior quotes will not be valid as the dealer pricing will be increased and that is passed onto the Transit buyer. That is why it is smart that if you want to get it at the current pricing, get your preview order in place and pricing completed with a deposit on the vehicle. That locks in your pricing at current levels as well as the Ford rebates offered at the same time. The difference is the Ford rebates are updated at different periods and you can take advantage of those better rates (if they change for the better rates) at delivery to get a even better deal than at order date.
 

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Ford/UAW Agreement ratified. Here are the details.

www.yahoo.com/news/uaw-members-ratify-ford-labor-agreement-082953631.html

So now the bean counters at Ford can start working the numbers so we can pay more for those Fords and especially the Ford Transit. I just reprinted the current Ford Transit price list (from August 5th 2019) and will compare it to the one that is expected to be out close to December 1st....maybe earlier!
 

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Looking for the effects of the finalized Ford/UAW agreement to move the pricing up for ALL of the Ford vehicles including the Transit. Nothing showing up on the Ford pricing area yet but expect something to happen close to December 1st.
 
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