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Old 01-26-2012, 02:18 PM   #1
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Thinking about ordering a focus, got some questions...

ok, since Ford has decided to offer the Focus Titanium with a manual transmission I'm thinking about biting the bullet and getting a loaded Titanium Sedan or hatchback...right now Ford is offering $2000 cash back...any idea if the rebate is good if you order one? I ask that because I'm pretty sure finding a loaded Focus Titanium with a stick shift will be difficult. Thanks in advance folks.

I've got my eye on a Titanium with RS402, Winter pkg, Tit. Handling pkg, Moonroof, Navigation and aluminium kick plates....IF i can get it with a manual transmission.


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ok, since Ford has decided to offer the Focus Titanium with a manual transmission I'm thinking about biting the bullet and getting a loaded Titanium Sedan or hatchback...right now Ford is offering $2000 cash back...any idea if the rebate is good if you order one? I ask that because I'm pretty sure finding a loaded Focus Titanium with a stick shift will be difficult. Thanks in advance folks.

I've got my eye on a Titanium with RS402, Winter pkg, Tit. Handling pkg, Moonroof, Navigation and aluminium kick plates....IF i can get it with a manual transmission.
You should go for it! We ordered a loaded SE sport hatchback 5MT... and we'd never even SEEN a 3rd gen in person yet. If they'd offered the Titanium with a manual last year then we'd probably have ordered one.

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ok, since Ford has decided to offer the Focus Titanium with a manual transmission I'm thinking about biting the bullet and getting a loaded Titanium Sedan or hatchback...right now Ford is offering $2000 cash back...any idea if the rebate is good if you order one? I ask that because I'm pretty sure finding a loaded Focus Titanium with a stick shift will be difficult. Thanks in advance folks.

I've got my eye on a Titanium with RS402, Winter pkg, Tit. Handling pkg, Moonroof, Navigation and aluminium kick plates....IF i can get it with a manual transmission.
Your best bet is to go into a dealership and start negotiating. NOTHING is set in stone when it comes to new cars.

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Old 01-26-2012, 07:56 PM   #4
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ok, since Ford has decided to offer the Focus Titanium with a manual transmission I'm thinking about biting the bullet and getting a loaded Titanium Sedan or hatchback...right now Ford is offering $2000 cash back...any idea if the rebate is good if you order one? I ask that because I'm pretty sure finding a loaded Focus Titanium with a stick shift will be difficult. Thanks in advance folks.

I've got my eye on a Titanium with RS402, Winter pkg, Tit. Handling pkg, Moonroof, Navigation and aluminium kick plates....IF i can get it with a manual transmission.
Good choices, use the 401 A package, which includes rear parking sensor, rain sensitive wipers and 6 -way power driver seat. Add exterior protection, cargo protection. I also got the 17 inch polished aluminum wheels. The handling package, performance suspension, was standard on mine. It is an auto with select shift.
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If you go into your Ford store today and try to order a manual Titanium, they're not going to know what you're talking about. If might take a bit for Ford to spool up the ordering process on them. Also, they may have to do a bit of assembly line tweaking first.

I'd go in to your dealer and try to talk to the guy who actually puts the car orders in to Ford - find out when you can get the ball rolling.
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