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 10-29-2004, 17:54 Post: 99476
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Two weeks ago I negotiated a price with the local dealer. Last week I went to the dealer and selected which TC40 DA I wanted. I signed the contract and the deal was done. Today was the day for the tractor to be delivered. The dealer was to call me at 10:30am to confirm the delivery time. After waiting until noon, I called the salesman. He said he would call me back. I called again after waiting until 1:15. The salesman said he would call me back in 15 minutes. In 15 minutes he called back and told me the delivery was ready but he had a problem. A 3 % increase in price problem. He wanted more money from me. I said no, our deal was done. He then stated he could not deliver the tractor. I asked to speak to the owner. The owner called me back and stated the salesman had made a mistake and he wouldn’t honor the deal.
Here is the icing on the cake; the owner said I should take the 3 % deal to avoid a warranty issue if I purchased the tractor from another dealer. This dealer knows he is the only game in town.






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 10-29-2004, 19:29 Post: 99481
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Sounds like a good reason to shop for another brand.






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 10-29-2004, 20:05 Post: 99484
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The quality of a dealership has a lot to do with what is sold in a particular area. I've been in many areas in the US with my job and you will see pockets that are all green, or red, or orange, or blue, etc. It is easy to tell what brand has a good strong dealership nearby. As an example, I have an uncle in Ontario who's tractors are all blue. Not because he's always been a Ford guy, but because he bought one, got treated well, and has bought them ever since.






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 10-29-2004, 21:32 Post: 99488
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Riosman, I wouldn't buy a tractor from that crook if he was the last one for 500 miles in any direction! Buy another brand or if you are PO'd enough to make a point and rub his nose in it; buy a TC40 DA from Corriher or Tarheel and take it back to them for a miniscule warranty issue and get him to refuse warranty work and send a letter to New Holland and a "courtesy copy" to the crook quoting him that you should "should take the 3 % deal to avoid a warranty issue if you purchased the tractor from another dealer." Otherwise just tell him to pound sand and go buy a Deere or Kubota and be sure to swing by his dealership to show him what you purchased. ;O)






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 10-29-2004, 21:37 Post: 99489
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What was the price he gave you? And are you getting a loader? A 40da hydro depending on what else you are getting { wheel weights ect} and taxes should be around 17200.00






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 10-29-2004, 22:00 Post: 99490
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Riosman,

You don't need advice, you already know the answer, Buy elsewhere and send a Certified letter to the Manufacture with all Documents clearly marked!

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 10-30-2004, 20:50 Post: 99529
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The price was a little higher than 17,200. I wanted a local dealer so a little extra was ok. The 3% crossed the line of acceptance
Due to the dealer issue I have changed colors.
Looked at a 4120 today.






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 10-30-2004, 22:51 Post: 99536
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"chief" said it all.






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 10-31-2004, 07:09 Post: 99547
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I would notify the local Better Business Bureau, Chamber of Commerence, Department of Consumer Protection for your state. Post their name, and warn others of their shady practices. That's B. S., a signed contract is a legal binding document, and for the dealer to try and squeeze you for more money, that obviously says something of his business practices. Just be thankful you found out before rather than after. Than buy yourself a nice green or orange tractor from a dealership that you are comfortable with and let them know it. Good luck.






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 10-31-2004, 07:20 Post: 99549
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I believe this is a classic exampple of the "Bait and Switch." Which, I think is illeagle in every state. I would definately NEVER buy from them, but like WPHill said, forward thier business "practices" on to every business agency you can find, including the Sheriff's office.

I wish you better luck with your new 'Deere shopping.






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