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Re: Will dealers dicker on new garden tractor?

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05-15-2013 10:52:28

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Tom, the biggest problem with John Deere Dealers now is, at least thats the trend is that they are merging into companies so there may 8 shops under one name and they all charge the same. Some of the places are being closed up also. Around me they are called Frontier Ag and Equiptment and I would have to drive 60 miles to get into another "dealership". The one where my neighbor used to deal with posted prices right on their website, cheaper than the JOhn Deere website. Now he says it looks like company prices being shown rather than the dealer. I have heard that some other brands seem to be doing their pricing the same way. Driving everyone to the box store cheap units.

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05-17-2013 16:22:32

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 Re: Will dealers dicker on new garden tractor? in reply to JohnDy, 05-15-2013 10:52:28  
As John said there are dealers around here with many stores too. We are near the state line the dealer one side has 11 stores the other side 8 stores. The indiana people were the easier and less expensive lucky we had a choice

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05-17-2013 20:05:45

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 Re: Will dealers dicker on new garden tractor? in reply to Mark6005, 05-17-2013 16:22:32  
The last two new mowers I bought, I called the four dealers in a fifty mile radius and asked for their best no trade price. 200.00 is 200.00.

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