I believe that is not the warranty price, but the monthly payment for the new tractor. I'm gathering from the brochure that new tractors are now being offered with a 10 year power train warranty.Seems like one would be better off putting that in the bank and buying a whole new tractor at the ten year mark.
I agree. Although I cannot find anything about this on the JD website. Everything still mentions the 6-year power train warranty.I believe that is not the warranty price, but the monthly payment for the new tractor. I'm gathering from the brochure that new tractors are now being offered with a 10 year power train warranty.
Oh! Yeah, I would agree. That wouldn't be a good deal at all.Ok, maybe I misread the post. I thought it was about an extended ten year warranty that was 15K. I was talking about putting the 15k in the bank instead of spending that on a warranty. I'll go back an re-look at the OP's post.
Dealers have been putting similar deals together for years. Most include tractor, loader, trailer, implements, etc. While some of the deals are "ok" you have to be really careful to review the exact model numbers of what is included. More often than not the trailer is a very low-end model and the implements are bottom tier. Again, they may be exactly what you are looking for but the primary goal of the package is to keep the price as low as possible to catch your eye.I like the 1025 utilitly tractor package that comes with a trailer, that's a great suggestive sales idea!