does anyone know of any changes to the 2017 1025r tlb ?
A agree with what you're saying, "there is no such thing as a free lunch", as my dad used to say.They have consistently renewed the 0% financing "offer." I don't see it going away. I say that also because there is no such thing as 0% financing, they still make profit on the financing, its just buried in the purchase price.
Good deal, Erik.:thumbup1gif:A agree with what you're saying, "there is no such thing as a free lunch", as my dad used to say.
That being said, I was very happy to get 0% for 60 months on my new tractor purchase. I'm happy with the deal I got , or maybe the deal I think I got.... I got 0 money down, 0% for 60 months, and 18% and some fraction, off of the "list" price you see on the JD web site when pricing tractors. The delivered it 80 miles away and arrived with a full tank of fuel...
Maybe I could have saved some more money by offering to pay cash, but it's socked away and I don't want to spend it...:hide:
yes that price is including tax.That is about as good as it gets, especially if with tax.
yes its the quick attach.That's a very good deal. Just make sure its a quick attach loader, so you can change to forks later on if you need to. :thumbup1gif:
Interesting both years list that the air cleaners have mechanical restriction gauges. I had to add one to mine.I was gathering some part numbers from the Deere web site and noticed the 2017 1025R specs are available. So I pulled down the 2017 & 2016 specs and put them side by side. All appear the same to me.
I've attached that spreadsheet here if anyone is interested.
Little's? If thats OTD with taxes it is cheaper than I paid back in '12 ....If its without than its right at the same price. EDIT: Just read the post that its with taxes...a great deal and I only have the 54" MMM...Thank goodness they thu in a Hoody with mine:laugh: