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 05-13-2005, 09:42 Post: 111017
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Just returned from a NH dealer and got the following prices for a new TC33DA with super steer and R4 tires w/ 15LA quick attach loader and SQ600 rotary cutter.

TC33DA - 15780
15LA loader - 4838
SQ600 cutter - 1050

Total $21,668 plus tax.

This tractor has been setting on the lot for several months. He told me he was getting out of the small CUT market and was making me a great deal. The tractor seemed fairly reasonable but the loader seemed very high when I have compared it to others. Would appreciate any opinions or experience in this area. I really like the tractor but was thinking more in the 20k area. am I unreasonsable? since he trying to get rid of this model I was thinking more in the 14's for the tractor and 3's for the loader. I already have a price from another dealer on the cutter for under 1k so I'm sure he would match it. My budget is limited so if he is pricing it right I don't want to waste my time.






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 05-13-2005, 18:08 Post: 111035
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He is not cutting you any deal, that is the average retail price of the bare unit. We sell the loaders for $4,200 so he is a little high on that.






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 05-14-2005, 06:06 Post: 111042
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He is not making your any special deals at that price.






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 05-14-2005, 15:19 Post: 111052
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Thanks for the info. I also felt the loader was over priced when compared to the JD loaders I had priced (300x and 300cx). Considering that the dealer wants to get out of the small CUTS business with NH (he deals mostly in Kubotas) what do you think is a good price on this tractor? I was thinking somewhere between 14 to 14.5k on the tractor and 3800 to 4k on the loader. He had 4 TC33DA on the lot but only one was hydro. I can live with or without the supersteer but I don't want to pay extra for it just because it there but I do want hydro. The salesman also said they had only sold 3 of these tractors all last year and judging by the looks of the seat on this one it had been there a very long time! Any opinions appreciated.






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 05-14-2005, 15:41 Post: 111054
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If the dealer is getting out of the small CUT business who will service your machine under warranty? It's worth some extra to go with a dealer that will be around.






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 05-14-2005, 16:40 Post: 111055
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It's a large well established dealship but does not sell the NH small CUTs well. He has a very large Kubota business and does well with the NH TC40's and up. NH has a hard time competing in the small tractor market here against Kubota. From what I could find out from the salesman the TC29's and TC33's hardly sell at all, not because they are not well built tractors but Kubota eats them alive on price. They are kind of the Walmart of the Tractor business here.






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 05-14-2005, 18:41 Post: 111059
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Don't know what he is talking about we also sell both and Kubota can not touch New Holland on apples to apples pricing.






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 05-15-2005, 05:22 Post: 111067
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My dealer sells both NH and Kubota, and the Kubota's are higher in price for every line. But the real question, is will this dealer that you are purchasing from, service your smaller tractor in the same time line as his other larger tractor customers. If the majority of his machines are 40 + hp, will he be putting the bigger tractors in front of you, and keep pushing you back in line, when it comes to servicing the machines.






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 05-15-2005, 09:12 Post: 111069
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Good point on the maintanence. I have always done most of my own service work and since this dealership is about 70 miles away I doubt I'll be hauling the tractor back for regular service unless something major happens. On the price issue I can only guess that it's from the competition, there are several Kubota dealers around here and only two or three New Holland. Even this dealer was pushing the Kubota over the New Holland. Could be the profit margin is higher or there is less competitive pressure for the New Holland brand. Kubota is very popular here and everybody sells them. There is only one JD dealership close around here and he sticks to the MSRP from JD, but then he really makes his money selling landscape equipment and the tractors are more of a side line. After about two months of looking and talking to several dealers and people who have purchased tractors over the past couple of years Kubota is preferred for price and reliability. I just liek this particular tractor and it would fit my needs just want to pay a reasonable price.






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 05-16-2005, 06:52 Post: 111113
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When shopping and eventually buying my TC33D back in mid 2003 I found the Deere's and Kubota's to be higher priced. Check the prices of some of the internet dealers and see if your dealer will compete with them. It's a great size and powered machine and you won't be disappointed with one. If the dealer is a good dealer then you won't have any problems should service be needed in the future and if he is not a good dealer then look else where for your tractoring needs as no matter what color you buy from him you won't be happy.






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