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Hello and thank you for providing great information on this forum. I searched a ton, but could not find current prices paid for a 2032r (after steel prices changes etc.). If you recently purchased one, would you mind breaking down your costs? I am in the process of working on making a deal and I would like to know if it is fair.

I am getting:

1. Tractor
2. Loader with HD Bucket
3. Backhoe with 16 inch bucket
4. 59 inch snow blower and all of the items to mount the snow blower.
5. Several other small items like the led lights, wheel spacers, fender flares on the back and on the fence about the quick connector for the loader hydraulics, R3 radial tires

If you bought any of the above accessories I would love to hear what you paid.

I am new to the forum, and I really appreciate any insight you have as this is a very large purchase for me. If you are not comfortable posting what you paid publicly, a PM would also be great.

Thank you!

Mike
 

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Sorry can’t answer the pricing question exactly as don’t have the quote sheet on a 2032 - but can give the following advice.

18% off MSRP is the “typical” street price most dealers are able to offer. Just figure the price of tractor/loader/backhoe on Deere.com and multiply by 82% - should give you a good ballpark guide on price.

Implements are trickier - as these are where the dealer makes their money, not in base unit sales. Also 2032r seems to be a popular unit - so unlikely dealers are sitting on many unsold units, especially TLB packages. While good because they can offer the best price up front with no haggling - it also means your unlikely to find someone looking to dump “last years models”.

Also is a promo of additional $$ with 2 implement purchase - I believe the loader/hoe count to this - so might get a little more than 18% off.

Price paid by many buyers also includes sales tax, which can very wildly by region. Also remember freight is likely to be added on in the price at some point (especially if a dealer is ordering for you and it’s not already on hand). Makes “comparison shopping” look more attractive - before you sign, make sure your getting the “delivered” price. GL
 

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I paid 26.2 for a 2032 with loader and SB1164 snowblower. So about 23.5 for the tractor and loader. The loader was 4500 bucks, so that makes 19K for the tractor. There was a 2000 dollar incentive going on, so I guess without, it would have been 21K for the tractor. There was a trade in there where I lost some money, maybe 1000. And I don't always get the best deal because I opt for the maximum financing. All the other stuff, like rear SCVs, I added after I bought the tractor. I still haven't upgraded some of my implements from the 1025R. That will be done in the spring.
 

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I bought my 2032R the end of Oct last fall. It was delivered set up for snow just after the first snow needing blowing. Supposedly there were fiscal year-end incentives the salesman could provide that would go away in Nov. Price for all was $40,000 plus $3200 tax here in NY financed at 0% for 5 years. I hope I got a good deal. I didn't know about possible discounts at the time.

Tractor and 220R loader $22,780
270B Backhoe $8,531
59" front snow blower $5,670
RT57 tiller $2,238
6ft landscape rake $780

The dealer "threw in" everything to hook up the snow blower, chains and rear wheel spacer, IMatch and bushings, ballast box, block heater, front fenders, and a T-shirt.

I bought the hitch separate before "George" was delivered. I think that was about $200 set up for the IMatch. I had a ball.

I also got an OTC cab for winter and the dealer put it on for me for the experience, as they knew about them but hadn't seen one.

I wanted the loader hydraulic quick connect but the new salesman thought it wasn't compatible with the snow blower. Since then, they quoted $1300 to put one on.

I am still a beginner with tractors but knowing what I know now, I would have asked for more, all to be financed in the initial purchase. Things I would have asked for had I known:

That loader hydraulic quick connect after I proved it could be done
Remote chute spout control on the snow blower
Another SCV or two in the rear - just in case
Ballast box extension (I'm using sandbags at the moment)
A couple of complete filter kits, a case of grease and other lubricants, and enough fluids for a complete change. I hadn't realized how expensive everything is after you buy the tractor.

I would like to get pallet forks and a topsoiler soon.

I did get Ken's Bolt on Hooks and recommend them. I am waiting for warm weather to put them on. I'm not quite ready to take the snow blower off. No hurry with all my mud anyway.
 

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Oh, I also got the R4 tires, not loaded, an did not get a mower.
 
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I bought my 2032R the end of Oct last fall. It was delivered set up for snow just after the first snow needing blowing. Supposedly there were fiscal year-end incentives the salesman could provide that would go away in Nov. Price for all was $40,000 plus $3200 tax here in NY financed at 0% for 5 years. I hope I got a good deal. I didn't know about possible discounts at the time.

Tractor and 220R loader $22,780
270B Backhoe $8,531
59" front snow blower $5,670
RT57 tiller $2,238
6ft landscape rake $780

The dealer "threw in" everything to hook up the snow blower, chains and rear wheel spacer, IMatch and bushings, ballast box, block heater, front fenders, and a T-shirt.

I bought the hitch separate before "George" was delivered. I think that was about $200 set up for the IMatch. I had a ball.

I also got an OTC cab for winter and the dealer put it on for me for the experience, as they knew about them but hadn't seen one.

I wanted the loader hydraulic quick connect but the new salesman thought it wasn't compatible with the snow blower. Since then, they quoted $1300 to put one on.

I am still a beginner with tractors but knowing what I know now, I would have asked for more, all to be financed in the initial purchase. Things I would have asked for had I known:

That loader hydraulic quick connect after I proved it could be done
Remote chute spout control on the snow blower
Another SCV or two in the rear - just in case
Ballast box extension (I'm using sandbags at the moment)
A couple of complete filter kits, a case of grease and other lubricants, and enough fluids for a complete change. I hadn't realized how expensive everything is after you buy the tractor.

I would like to get pallet forks and a topsoiler soon.

I did get Ken's Bolt on Hooks and recommend them. I am waiting for warm weather to put them on. I'm not quite ready to take the snow blower off. No hurry with all my mud anyway.
Thanks a bunch. How do you like the OTC Cab? Are you going to take it off in the summer? I am also looking for something that helps in the winter but does not take too long to get off in the summer? Did you install some kind of heater?
 

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I bought my 2032R the end of Oct last fall. It was delivered set up for snow just after the first snow needing blowing. Supposedly there were fiscal year-end incentives the salesman could provide that would go away in Nov. Price for all was $40,000 plus $3200 tax here in NY financed at 0% for 5 years. I hope I got a good deal. I didn't know about possible discounts at the time.

Tractor and 220R loader $22,780
270B Backhoe $8,531
59" front snow blower $5,670
RT57 tiller $2,238
6ft landscape rake $780

The dealer "threw in" everything to hook up the snow blower, chains and rear wheel spacer, IMatch and bushings, ballast box, block heater, front fenders, and a T-shirt.

I bought the hitch separate before "George" was delivered. I think that was about $200 set up for the IMatch. I had a ball.

I also got an OTC cab for winter and the dealer put it on for me for the experience, as they knew about them but hadn't seen one.

I wanted the loader hydraulic quick connect but the new salesman thought it wasn't compatible with the snow blower. Since then, they quoted $1300 to put one on.

I am still a beginner with tractors but knowing what I know now, I would have asked for more, all to be financed in the initial purchase. Things I would have asked for had I known:

That loader hydraulic quick connect after I proved it could be done
Remote chute spout control on the snow blower
Another SCV or two in the rear - just in case
Ballast box extension (I'm using sandbags at the moment)
A couple of complete filter kits, a case of grease and other lubricants, and enough fluids for a complete change. I hadn't realized how expensive everything is after you buy the tractor.
I added my own chute control. Took about 2 hours and $200.
 

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Also is a promo of additional $$ with 2 implement purchase - I believe the loader/hoe count to this - so might get a little more than 18% off.

Price paid by many buyers also includes sales tax, which can very wildly by region. Also remember freight is likely to be added on in the price at some point (especially if a dealer is ordering for you and it’s not already on hand). Makes “comparison shopping” look more attractive - before you sign, make sure your getting the “delivered” price. GL
Ouch!
I've purchased 1023e, 2032r & 3039r w/cab all with FEL & front mount snowblowers.
I believe that I've paid full price for everything.:banghead:

Oh well, you cannot put a price on service!
 

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I just finally came to a deal yesterday.
2032r
loader
premium LED light Package
the new style radial tires
imatch
heavy duty bucket with integrated chain loops
3rd function
rear fender extensions
light brush guards
wheel spacers
backhoe

33k out the door. I think that is a decent deal for Alaska. I shopped around and no one beat that price in Washington, Oregon or Idaho. I don't know if they just did not want to sell into the AK market or what, but they all quoted prices that were at least 3k higher. I really liked the guy that worked with me here and they are letting me send all the heavy stuff I ordered to them via freight which is saving a ton of money.

I wanted the Artillian fork setup and had planned to buy their grapple later. When I saw the freight to AK, I decided to get it all in one shot. Shipping was only 30 more with the grapple or 600 on its own later. I also picked up a HeavyHitch and HH toothbar. I decided to wait on the snow blower until winter gets closer. Thanks for all of your help, this forum is great!
 

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Congrats! Excellent choice.

As to "X% off or you got a bad deal," all of that varies greatly by region and what factory incentives are available. It also depends on whether you get 60 months financing or 84 month financing at 0%. Yes, there is such a thing, no your dealer probably won't tell you about it if he hasn't already, unless you hold him over a flaming charcoal pit, yes, it increases the price slightly, but not enough to make it not awesome.

I looked at prices in some states with an extremely low cost of living and wanted to shoot myself in the face with a cannon loaded with angry hornets. They are basically giving them away. I think the rest of us subsidize their discounts, or JD would go bankrupt.

I also once saw a "$4500 off of 2 and 3 series compact tractors" once. That means my tractor and loader would have been under 20K. Sure, I wanted to set fire to my own [expletive deleted], but I wasn't in a position to buy then and that's just how life works. No sense dwelling on it. You only live once. Enjoy what you have and don't sweat how much you paid for it or that someone somewhere got a better deal. Because no matter what, there is always someone like that somewhere.
 
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Congrats! Excellent choice.

As to "X% off or you got a bad deal," all of that varies greatly by region and what factory incentives are available. It also depends on whether you get 60 months financing or 84 month financing at 0%. Yes, there is such a thing, no your dealer probably won't tell you about it if he hasn't already, unless you hold him over a flaming charcoal pit, yes, it increases the price slightly, but not enough to make it not awesome.

I looked at prices in some states with an extremely low cost of living and wanted to shoot myself in the face with a cannon loaded with angry hornets. They are basically giving them away. I think the rest of us subsidize their discounts, or JD would go bankrupt.

I also once saw a "$4500 off of 2 and 3 series compact tractors" once. That means my tractor and loader would have been under 20K. Sure, I wanted to set fire to my own [expletive deleted], but I wasn't in a position to buy then and that's just how life works. No sense dwelling on it. You only live once. Enjoy what you have and don't sweat how much you paid for it or that someone somewhere got a better deal. Because no matter what, there is always someone like that somewhere.
I completely agree with this. Our dealer did say there were a few dealers that really no one could beat as they did so much volume that they can sell at or below cost but the still get millions in money at the end of the year from JD because of the volume incentives. I just did the math based on MSRP and this was 16.16% off MSRP, so that seems to be decent considering the freight to AK. At the end of the day, I won't remember the money as much as I will enjoy the use of the tractor when it gets here. Hopefully in the next couple of weeks. I do wish I had known about the 84 months as a possibility, I would have added the snowblower to the package if that were the case!
 
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