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 04-17-2002, 06:37 Post: 37529
jimbopa
2002-04-17 06:37:52
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 JD Ten Series Rebate Question

Say you negotiated your best deal, ordered your ne ten series and are waiting for it to come in. Then on JD web site they now offer a rebate up to 1200.00 on a ten series with two implements. Is this a rebate directly from Deere to the customer, or just a knock off from the dealer and hoiw do i approach the dealer about giving me the rebate.

I already negotiated a great deal, but the added 1200 would be even better. Do you think they have the flexibility to offer it? The way I look at it, he was making money before on the deal, he still is making the same money if he gives me the rebate.

Any imput is helpful






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 04-17-2002, 08:54 Post: 37536
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The rebate normally come directly from JD, There are two ways of distributing them to the dealer at time of sale or back to you after the sale. In either instance the rebate comes from JD and should not influence the dealer price.






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 04-17-2002, 10:58 Post: 37543
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just conferming peter's reply, he is correct.






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 04-17-2002, 20:56 Post: 37562
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Guys, when I called deere they said it was up to the dealer. The rebate was not from them directly but to the dealer, some are and some are not participating according to deere. They have the program highlights on the website so I know the amount, just wonder if the dealer I ordered and am waiting on a unit from will squirm out and not knock off the additional moneys






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 04-17-2002, 21:51 Post: 37567
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If it helps any mention that many of the competitors are offering deals right now. For example some of the Kioti models are coming with free rototillers or finish mowers.






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 04-18-2002, 06:33 Post: 37581
jimbopa
2002-04-18 00:00:00
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Kitio? Thanks but no thank, JD is the real deal. Higher resale, more versitale designs allow easy attachemnts,higher hp and pump cap, all around the best value out there. Try and sell a Kitio,Kubota, of new holland in the paper-not many takers






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 04-18-2002, 08:58 Post: 37587
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I think you miss understood me. I was just trying to give you another chip to play if he does not want to provide the JD discount.
Personally I am not sure about the resale value. I have bought used JD in privates sales as the price vs time on the tractor and wear was the best. I would not call it a good deal for the person that first scrubbed the green paint.
My last purchase was a 99 JD 955 in excellent condition with less than 300 hrs for less than 1/2 the original list price.
Personally I have found the blue to be closest to list.
To be honest I looked for a long time. As fellow members on the board will attest I drive dealers nuts with questions. As an engineer, mechanic and scientist I check the new or used tractor the best I can. I have bought private in the dead of winter. There is not much activity in the south in winter (no snow). Why green deals? There is a difference between ask and sale price, tradein price and the price on the dealer lot for used tractors.






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 04-18-2002, 09:59 Post: 37591
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Regardless of the deal already struck, I would tell the dealer that he can participate in the rebate program or you will find someone who will. $1200 is a stack of green. One hook to watch for: you said the rebate is contingent on the purchase of a tractor and two implements. I would guess that those would have to be implements that are painted green.






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 04-19-2002, 21:42 Post: 37658
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i've looked at www.deere.com and find no reference to a rebate program -- where are you finding this program?
jim






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 04-20-2002, 06:13 Post: 37662
jimbopa
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It under special offers, go to bottom of page and click more

here it is restated

COMPACT UTILITY TRACTORS
Special Introductory Offer:
New 4000 TEN Series Tractors
Up to $1,200.00 (U.S.) Off
- $700.00 (U.S.) off all 4000 TEN Series Tractors
- Add'l $200.00 (U.S.) off w/ purchase of 1 implement or
- Add'l $500.00 (U.S.) off w/ purchase of 2 implements
Disclaimer Information1.

Inventory Clearance:
New 4000 Series Tractors
Up to $2,000.00 (U.S.) Off
- $1,500.00 (U.S.) off all 4000 Series Tractors
- Add'l $200.00 (U.S.) off w/ purchase of 1 implement or
- Add'l $500.00 (U.S.) off w/ purchase of 2 implements
Disclaimer Information1.

Now until May 31, 2002 - 5.9% fixed-rate financing up to 60 months on all new 4000 TEN Series, 90 Series and 4000 Series Compact Utility Tractors. Disclaimer Information2.


UTILITY TRACTORS
Now until April 30, 2002 - choose one of the following financing options on all new 5000 TEN Series (45- to 75-PTO-hp) Tractors:
No interest for 24 months, followed by standard-rate financing,
2.4% fixed-rate financing up to 36 months,
2.9% fixed-rate financing up to 48 months, or
3.4% fixed-rate financing up to 60 months
Disclaimer Information1.

Now until April 30, 2002 - choose one of the following financing options on all new 5000 TWENTY Series (45- to 65-PTO-hp) and 05 Series (40- to 48-PTO-hp) Tractors:
No interest for 12 months, followed by standard-rate financing,
4.0% fixed-rate financing up to 36 months,
4.5% fixed-rate financing up to 48 months, or
5.0% fixed-rate financing up to 60 months
Disclaimer Information2.


GATOR® UTILITY VEHICLES
3.9% fixed-rate financing up to 36 months until May 31, 2002, on the following Gator Utility Vehicles: Gator 4x2, Trail Gator 4x2, Gator 6x4, Trail Gator 6x4, Gator 6x4 Diesel and Trail Gator 6x4 Diesel. Disclaimer Information.

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