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    Default Zero percent financing

    Anyone know how long the 0% financing usually lasts year to year? I think right now it's till the end of the month, but I guess it will probably renew next month. Just trying to figure if I want to buy this year or hold off.
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    Default Re: Zero percent financing

    Quote Originally Posted by dntfxr View Post
    Anyone know how long the 0% financing usually lasts year to year? I think right now it's till the end of the month, but I guess it will probably renew next month. Just trying to figure if I want to buy this year or hold off.
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    For what?
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    Gold Member dntfxr's Avatar
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    I didn't realize there are that many different offers. Specifically I am considering a 5000e tractor.
    '76 John Deere 2040 -mowing tractor
    '83 Ford 3610 -loader tractor
    '94 Kubota B7100 mfwd HST -garden tractor
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    Default Re: Zero percent financing

    I would also like to know this.

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    Just remember: the time to buy is always right now! Msrp is always on the rise, and your chores aren't getting done without a new tractor!

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    Default Re: Zero percent financing

    I was just talking with my local JD dealer yesterday and they can't make promises but fully expect the zero percent to get renewed at the end of the month

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    Default Re: Zero percent financing

    Have a buddy thats a salesman for deere. After a few toddies he let it slip that 0% financing is just a numbers gimic. They just up the msrp price to get the same final figures

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    Default Re: Zero percent financing

    Quote Originally Posted by wildwoodford View Post
    Have a buddy thats a salesman for deere. After a few toddies he let it slip that 0% financing is just a numbers gimic. They just up the msrp price to get the same final figures
    Not true in my experience.

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    Wildwoodford is wrong for those who it isn't already obvious.

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    Sorry wildeoodford, just saw that you were Canadian. Can't speak on that market up there but false down here anyhow.

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