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  1. #1
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    Default end of season pricing on 2520?

    here I am in the frozen tundra. With winter on its way, local Dealer has a leftover 2520 that somehow survived the spring incentives.

    what would be a fair price for a 2520 with 200cx and ballast? I just couldn't quite pull the trigger this spring, but now am reconsidering. Any type of dealer incentives now besides the 0%?

    thanks much in advance!

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    Deere 110tlb, 4520, x749, x758, L130

    Default Re: end of season pricing on 2520?

    I looked into this before posting and did not see any additional incentives.

    If you were/are interested in a 2520 at a sale price I think you missed the best opportunity this summer. That said since the dealer still has it I would offer him 15% off list and see if he will take it. Make sure you can get the attachments or snow equipment you need delivered in time to use it.

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