2020 148" HR AWD Transit
That level of transparency in the market place would be nice to keep dealers honest and ensure everyone is paying a fair and reasonable amount for the vehicle!
Can you explain the "wait till the end of the year" for 8k off part of your post?I got dealer invoice + $500. It saved me almost 2k and I though that was decent on a custom 4x4 order. They did require 2k deposit. If you can wait till the end of the year I got 8k off in rebates and incentive.
Were getting about 94-percent off. They discounted each line item on the invoice. Ordered near the end of September, but it’s still not in line to be built due to the front-rear split view camera they said a couple weeks ago. No build or delivery estimate yet. They claimed to have a few dozen on order. CrazyHey all,
Just want to get a consensus on what the market is concerning NEW custom Transit orders.
- What was the model transit you ordered?
- How much in options did you pay?
- How was the order/sales process for you?
- Final price? MSRP or a bit under?
There are incentives, bonuses, volume discounts and rebates available to the dealer when they buy the van from Ford Motor Company. Your dealer is a separate business entirely from Ford Motor Company. They buy from Ford and resell to you. This margin always exists, so that we can all feel good about getting a vehicle at or near invoice, and feel great about getting one below invoice, while the dealer still makes the profit they need to stay in business.So how does a dealer make a profit if a customer gets a vehicle for at or below invoice (before incentives)?