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  1. #1
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    West Virginia
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    JD 990

    Default Fair price for JD 4410

    Is following a fair price for a JD 4410 tractor?:

    4410: $19,749
    Ehydro: $1,200
    Industrial tread tires: $204
    Joystick: $714
    300x loader: $3,159
    655 tiller: $2,100
    LX5 rotary cutter: $1,301
    Ballast box: No charge
    Freight & setup: $350
    Delivery: $200
    Subtotal: $28,977
    Discounts/Incentives: $1,777

    Total: $27,200

    I can also get a 4310 tractor for $1,000 less.

    So, are the above prices fair and is it better to go with 4410 over the 4310? Suggestions are appreciated.

    Thanks,

    Steve

  2. #2
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    Default Re: Fair price for JD 4410

    i dunno i think delivery should be thrown in unless your really far away...

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    Default Re: Fair price for JD 4410

    Hopefully your prices are in Canadian dollars and not greenbacks.

    What's up with charging for a "joystick"? Charging for "delivery"? Please.

    Here's my setup:
    4310 MFWD eHydro with loaded R4's $15,400
    430 Loader with 6' bucket, level indicator, and joystick $3300.00
    72" mid mount mower and 3rd SCV $2400
    Setup Free
    Delivery Free
    Total $21,100

    Using my tractor pricing and adding your implements I come up with $23101 including the extra $1000 for the 4410.
    Assuming we're talking American dollars here, I'd say your dealer is a few thousand high.

    My tractor came from the dealer in the next county over; my local dealer assumed I was a "sucker" (or stupid). Bad mistake. I've sent three other happy JD owners to the next county for thier new tractors.

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    Kubota 2910 HST

    Default Re: Fair price for JD 4410

    If you go to <font color="green"> JDs </font> site, those prices are MSRP.

  5. #5
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    Upstate SC
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    JD 4310

    Default Re: Fair price for JD 4410

    Seems High. I paid 20,200 for a 4310 11 months ago: E-hydro, Industrial tires, 430 loader w/ tooth bar, box blade, and Bush Hog cutter. Oh, and a hat.

    Good luck.

  6. #6
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    Cape Cod
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    2004 John Deere 4410 eHydro

    Default Re: Fair price for JD 4410

    I think you're a little high. Here's what I paid in August:

    4410 w/eHydro
    430 Loader w/heavy duty 61" bucket
    48 Backhoe with 18" heavy duty bucket
    R4 Industrial tires
    Ballast box
    Armrest package
    Rear worklight
    Automotive Cruise Control
    MotionMatch

    $28,950.00

    For comparison, I think the backhoe, installed, was about $7,000.00 of the package.

    I believe the 4310 would have been about $1,000.00 less

    Good luck!

  7. #7

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    West Central Florida
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    JD4320, loadmatch, speedmatch, motionmatch, automotive cruise, r4's

    Default Re: Fair price for JD 4410

    Steve,

    I wrote this in a 4310 post but it pertains to your post more. I just got a quote Friday for a 4410 HST (4wd is std.).

    Here it is:

    4410 HST 4wd-$17,250.00
    420 fel-$2,700.00
    Total-$19,950.00

    This does not include tax but does include pick-up and delivery during warranty. The dealer is about 1 1/2-2 hours from me.

    He would not quote me a 430 fel though.

    A 300X fel is $2,850.00

    I still feel that they can do better. It's just getting hard to find close dealers with 4410's on their lot.

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