Price protection confusion

KCHawkeye02

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I called Ford customer service, they said they dont have any info on price protection, and its all up to the dealer. Might as well write in crayons on a piece of paper that the dealer owes me, like dumb and dumber, "might want to hold onto that one". we will see what happens 45 days later. so like others, paying tax on a free loan to ford for the price difference, after waiting a year for a product to be made. lol.
 

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I called Ford customer service, they said they dont have any info on price protection, and its all up to the dealer. Might as well write in crayons on a piece of paper that the dealer owes me, like dumb and dumber, "might want to hold onto that one". we will see what happens 45 days later. so like others, paying tax on a free loan to ford for the price difference, after waiting a year for a product to be made. lol.
Ford issued bulletins for the price protection in Feb. All dealers have this information
 

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Plus I had to pay 9% sales tax on $4180
Exactly! You paid Uncle Sam an extra $376 for the "privilege" of providing FORD your $4,180 interest free loan for 45 days! And for anyone who might chime in and say what's $4,180 to Ford?, just times that times however many people they do that to. Every $$$$ counts to them. Why else would they switch from LED bulbs around he plate or take away the the vent close dials on the front vents. Every penny they can squeeze out of their customers, they will.
 
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