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    Best Pricing on 1025r TLB

    [I] am in the market for a 1025r TLB. Who has the best pricing ? What should i expect to spend on a 1025r TLB with a 54 auto connect mower.
    Thanks for any help.

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    Looking for new or used?? shop around. Play one dealer against another.. Maybe get a nice used 1025R and add a hoe..
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    I have looked at used but with the 0% financing that is available , it really makes more sense to buy a new one. The prices on the used equipment put them real close to a new one any way.
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    My feeling was to obtain at least 16% off list. Being I only got two implements with the 1023E limited what one could expect.

    Buy more maybe get more. Maybe others did better than that.
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    Keep in mind - the “best” price isn’t everything. Buying from a reputable and responsible dealer is worth a lot for service after the sale.
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    I just bought a 2018 1025R TLB with a tiller, snowblower, 60" mmm and now a box blade. I got a couple quotes from local dealers and basically pitted them against each other. Took the best deal form every dealer and had the dealer match each one. Ended up getting the TLB for 20,225 including brush guard kit for the ROPS, premium led packaged and an imatch, and the 60"MMM for 2500, 47" Blower for 3370, and the RT1149 Tiller for 1900. And yesterday just picked up a BB2048 Box Blade for 700 out the door.

    What made the deal for me with the dealer I used was they only had it cost 500 to extend the 0% out to 84 months which brought the price point down to 300 per month which is where I wanted it without throwing a bunch more money down. Just built a new house and have to finish all the landscaping and what not on the 2.25 acres so its not that I wanted a 84 month payment I just wanted the cheapest payment so I could continue dumping money into my new money pit.

    Hope this helped!
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    I got a quote from my local dealer for a 1025R TLB with 60” MMM and 54” snow blower for $27,850 thought that this may be a little high.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tuffstufft7 View Post
    Tactor prices FYI
    Where is this? What's the small print on that 1025r TLB price of $18,999?

    I got a quote from around here last year (all local dealers owned by one conglomerate) for $20,999 for TLB.

    And what's the 0% for 84 mo thing? I only see 0% for 60 mo on the JD website.
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    Being in Eastern TN, it looks like the local dealer is Ritchie Tractor.

    https://dealerlocator.deere.com/servlet/country=US

    If you do not know them, go there and get to know them first. After you talk some and get some details on a new 1025R, ask for some reference names of their customers who recently bought a 1025R and ask if they would contact two or three to see if they would mind if you call and talk to them.

    The best way to find out how a dealer is, is to talk to customers of the dealer.

    Remember you are not buying a commodity like electricity. Electricity is the same no matter who you buy it from so it is always best to buy price for commodities, products that need service or parts, maybe not.

    When buying a vehicle, tractor or other product that you may need service, then you are not just looking for price at the original sale. Now, I'm not saying price doesn't matter but it isn't the only thing to look at. Just saying!!
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    This is worth watching when looking at advertised package deals. You have to look very closely at the fine print or what the machine is and what is actually included. Things like a pin on bucket can be specified which can be a terrible thing once the buyer realizes what he bought a couple months later.

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