I believe it's just US and Canada. https://www.fordpartner.com/partnerweb/partnerlogin.doAnyone know if x plan only apply in US or could I use it here in UK too?
Now that dealers had been given the "Mach-E Launch Playbook Summer 2020" (which maybe is communication document EFC08063?), have the actual plan details been confirmed officially? The only information with numbers seems to be from this single source.Here’s info on what the AZX plans will likely look like for the Mach-E:
Ford Plan Pricing refers to haggle-free savings reserved for Ford employees & retirees, affiliated organizations, and friends & family. Unlike other Ford vehicles, the Mach-E's unique pricing structure requires a slightly different discount calculation.
Here's what Plan Pricing for the Mach-E looks like, according to a bulletin sent to dealers:
A-Plan (Ford Employees): 4% below MSRP plus $275 administrative fee and 0.25% advertising fee
Z-Plan (Ford Retirees): Same as A-Plan
D-Plan (Dealer Employees): A-Plan plus $100
X-Plan (Ford Partners, Friends & Neighbors): 2% below MSRP plus $275 administrative fee
Not really, EFC08063 is not the playbook. EFC08063 is the official dealer communication from Ford that lays out the AXZD plan rules for the Mach-E. The sited info is legit.Now that dealers had been given the "Mach-E Launch Playbook Summer 2020" (which maybe is communication document EFC08063?), have the actual plan details been confirmed officially? The only information with numbers seems to be from this single source.
Mostly yes... but they may still add on "dealer installed equipment." It's allowed by the plan agreement. So watch out for that, and do check with your dealer if you are concerned and try to get these details in writing ahead of time. This includes junk like nitrogen filled tires and underbody protection, and is very often sold to buyers at steeply inflated prices.Does using a AXZD plan prevent dealerships from tagging on ADM?
This reminds me of something we'll have to watch out for: Dealers pulling the scam of "The distribution center puts this protection package on all arriving vehicles, so we are required to charge you for it".That's correct. Rejecting snake oil stuff is easier when you're ordering a car versus picking one from the lot. Just get this in writing ahead of time so they know you don't want that stuff.
The $1100 isn't negotiable.