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    Default L3400 - price check

    Have gone out to local (upstate NY) dealers for written quotes on the following package, delivered to our place:

    L3400 4x4 gear shift, new, 2009 model year
    LA463 FEL with quick detach bucket
    three chain hooks on bucket
    block heater
    grille guard
    rear work light
    ag tires, filled
    foldable ROPS

    Before we had the catalog in hand for final options selection, one local dealer verbally quoted $18,900 for the tractor & FEL with QD bucket, ag tires and foldable ROPS (what he had on the lot ready to go).

    Any thoughts on what would be "reasonable" pricing these days would be greatly appreciated.

    --Ian (newbie to tractor ownership, but worked on the family farm up through age 19 - long, long ago and far, far away)

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    Default Re: L3400 - price check

    That sounds high to me it should be more in the 16,800 range. Call another dealer or two and price the tractor. At the price he quoted you are not that far from a L3240 price..

    Also right now if it a cash sale there is a rebate of $1,000 which would make it around $15,800

    Hope this helps a little

    Tractor prices vary a little from state to state but it should not be far off
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    Default Re: L3400 - price check

    Thats approximately the same price I was quoted for an L2800HST last year with the same options except R4 tires and no hooks on the bucket. With some shopping you might be able to whittle about $500 off, but your definately in the ballpark.

    Tractors (all brands) and trailers seem cost a lot more in the Northeast than other parts of the country. Not sure why.
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    Default Re: L3400 - price check

    You can get the L3240 with HST and 724 loader for that price if you shop around. The dealer is asking way way to much.
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    Default Re: L3400 - price check

    Thanks for the input, folks. Best delivered price ended up being $18,700, so that's what we're going to do. Should be bushhogging and moving rocks (not at the same time) by suppertime on Friday!

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    Default Re: L3400 - price check

    Was just quoted 18.5K for a Tractor/Loader with Ag Tires. Probably gonna do the deal.

    Quote Originally Posted by 786north View Post
    Thanks for the input, folks. Best delivered price ended up being $18,700, so that's what we're going to do. Should be bushhogging and moving rocks (not at the same time) by suppertime on Friday!

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