Did you buy that new, or used?...I have a 2010 JD 2320 that suit me fine for the $12,500 I paid, plus the sales tax. It came with a 54" drive-on mid mount deck, and there are many other features I have over a X700 series. Larger front and rear tires, plus the 3 point hitch, etc.
From my view point, I see you don't read, or you read but you don't understand what being written. If you read ...yardwork post, you will see he's referring to the marketing ideas (pricing) on the X700 series. Being there are twelve (12) X700 models which to choose from, and all having one or more options on each different from the other. Should a potential buyer don't like X700, he/she can move up to a higher price range. That also would apply to the buyer saying the X749 is too costly. The dealer has 12 ways to make a sale, whereas in the 2000 series, the models are limited. That is where I made the statement...the dealer mouth waters when the buyer looks at a X700 series.You really need to think before you type FD and use some tact in your posts, you almost make it sound like X7 owners are stupid because gee we could have bought a 2000 series... I bought what I wanted and so did everyone else here, with an X5 or an X7
Oh, no worries. I didn't mean that comment as a criticism.Sorry about appearing to double post. I reasoned that 2305 owners might only read the CUT section and 740 owners might only read the garden tractors section. I also own a Case 646 and if someone posted a question on Case 6467 vs say Cub Cadet in only the Cub Cadet section, I never read in the Cub Cadet section and would totally miss it.
Oh, no worries. I didn't mean that comment as a criticism.
I made a post to the other thread (not paying any attention to which forum it was in). Later I clicked on this thread and thought, "Hey what the heck, didn't I post a comment here?" Confused me for a while (easily done). So when I figured it out, I thought I'd add a cross-reference.
Hey, whoa, easy there....Now, let me make a statement to you, Brett. You remind me of a spoiled brat when someone makes a remark regarding something you own that you fell "no other person" should comment on...where it be a positive or negative nature.