3540 and 3940

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What should I expect to pay for a 3540, 3940, and 4240 with a cab, loader, ss quick attach, and r4 tires?
 
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My best advise is to go to the Kubota website and do the "build my tractor". If you go through and pick all the options and attachments you want it'll give you retail price. 10% off is a good price, 15% or more is an excellent price. If you can find a dealer with an older (but new tractor) they'll most likely use the retail price when the tractor was delivered to the dealer.
 
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My best advise is to go to the Kubota website and do the "build my tractor". If you go through and pick all the options and attachments you want it'll give you retail price. 10% off is a good price, 15% or more is an excellent price. If you can find a dealer with an older (but new tractor) they'll most likely use the retail price when the tractor was delivered to the dealer.

What he said :thumbsup:

http://www.kubota.com/configurator/BuildMyKubota.aspx?pgId=1&bmId=916&sId=125
 
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I should get 10% off the tractor or 10% tractor and options (ie rear wiper, rear remotes)?
 
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Most dealers will work the attachments into the tractor deal and give you a discount on everything. I have heard of dealers giving a different discount percentage on attachments on occasion. They will also include any attachments into the loan on the tractor. So if you're getting 0% it's a good time to buy them if you can afford them.
 
   / 3540 and 3940 #7  
I bought a L3940 HST with the quick attaché bucket, bush hog, tiller, all purpose seeder and a multipurpose plow. My final price after shopping and comparing was 15% of the price listed on the Kubota website (tractor builder). When I boundless the attachments I was ale to get a discount on them as well, plus be able to fonance them at 0% and get everything delivered.
 
 
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