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Old 11-06-2006, 04:01 PM
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Ford d-plan pricing

Anybody know the details on Ford "d-plan" pricing? I found a link to a Ford Direct site that listed x-plan pricing, but I would like to know about d-plan.

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D-plan is available to Ford Dealership employees and there family. I cannot remember if an employee can give their D-plan pin to a non-family member.

Polarbear will probably drop by in awhile and fill in the details.

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D-plan is dealership employee and family members. It's about 3.5% cheaper than X-Plan, but you have to qualify.
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D-plan is dealership employee and family members. It's about 3.5% cheaper than X-Plan, but you have to qualify.

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Cool thanks guys. This is definately something I might have to look into, since my brother-in-law is the parts manager at the local dealer.
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I seem to recall seeing a post here awhile ago that suggested that Ford stockholders were eligible for one of the special pricing programs. Is this true?

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Shareholders can get X-Plan, I believe. Go to ford.com and look for the investors relations link.
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Nothing listed. I sent the Investor Relations office a query.
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