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X deal on new car?

Anybody know anything about this? My buddy bought a new mustang with it and got a Great no haggle price. I didn't think you could get it on a new mustang but since he works for snap-on they gave it to him.

so my question is how can i get my hands on an X deal?

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Must be the X-Plan that suppliers to Ford get. Was offered through my company at one time before but never used it.

Offers fixed pricing which I believe is a little over invoice. Not sure if its transferable because you have to obtain a pin #. I Imagine if you knew the pricing you may just as well haggle to get the same price from dealer. Especially since they'll probably be more anxious to move vehicles off the lot this time of year.
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Must be the X-Plan that suppliers to Ford get. Was offered through my company at one time before but never used it.

Offers fixed pricing which I believe is a little over invoice. Not sure if its transferable because you have to obtain a pin #. I Imagine if you knew the pricing you may just as well haggle to get the same price from dealer. Especially since they'll probably be more anxious to move vehicles off the lot this time of year.
Yes that is correct. My wife works at Snap-on too. Where does your friend work? Wife is an Inventory Control in Crystal Lake.

You get the X-Plan on Ford, GM, Nissan and another one more I believe. Myself through my work only get the X-plan on GM.

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Yes that is correct. My wife works at Snap-on too. Where does your friend work? Wife is an Inventory Control in Crystal Lake.

You get the X-Plan on Ford, GM, Nissan and another one more I believe. Myself through my work only get the X-plan on GM.
My buddy works in niles i want to say, he just got the job. I'm thinking about getting a part-time job there, by the car i want then quit ahha.

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I get the x-plan through my company. it is a good deal and below invoice. And yes you do need a pin number when you go in. nice thing is no matter what dealer you go to you just give them the pin number and your prices automaticcally drop.




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