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09-12-2012 12:33 PM
jrecpa
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Originally Posted by PDQEagle View Post
"virtually no miles" is this a used. That would change the whole picture
32 miles total.
09-12-2012 11:59 AM
PDQEagle
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Originally Posted by jrecpa View Post
You may be right about the winter package on the 2013, I don't see it listed under the "Options" tag on the window sticker; however, I believe the Ford website still lists it as an "optional" feature. Regarding the 17" alloys, the suggested retail price is 495 and the invoice is 442. Don't know much more than that.

These are the numbers I'm looking at:

MSRP: 26,180
Total Invoice: 24,805

So essentially, yes it's a price 400 below invoice before the rebate. I presume that is decent for a 2013 with virtually no miles?
"virtually no miles" is this a used. That would change the whole picture
09-11-2012 08:11 PM
FatMan069
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Originally Posted by jrecpa View Post
I specifically asked this, and they said the rebate is not contingent on getting Ford financing. Though now I'll be extra cognizant that they don't double back on that.
o ok, well my focus quote was like 26,500 when i got it. and i knew a guy who knew a guy and got it for 23,000. 4.9%, and check what the payments are going to be, cause quotes arnt good until you have the interest incorporated. the final price is good, but check what they are going to finance you at. mine was 350 a month and changed to 409 with 4.9% involved.
09-11-2012 08:06 PM
jrecpa
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i guarentee that the $1500 rebate if only there if you finance with their bank. Ive bought 5 new cars in 3 years, ive been over all the paperwork they can throw at you.
I specifically asked this, and they said the rebate is not contingent on getting Ford financing. Though now I'll be extra cognizant that they don't double back on that.
09-11-2012 07:58 PM
FatMan069 i guarentee that the $1500 rebate if only there if you finance with their bank. Ive bought 5 new cars in 3 years, ive been over all the paperwork they can throw at you.
09-11-2012 01:01 PM
imccrea I'd agree with you, as long as there are no kinks when you show up.
09-11-2012 12:47 PM
jrecpa You may be right about the winter package on the 2013, I don't see it listed under the "Options" tag on the window sticker; however, I believe the Ford website still lists it as an "optional" feature. Regarding the 17" alloys, the suggested retail price is 495 and the invoice is 442. Don't know much more than that.

These are the numbers I'm looking at:

MSRP: 26,180
Total Invoice: 24,805

So essentially, yes it's a price 400 below invoice before the rebate. I presume that is decent for a 2013 with virtually no miles?
09-11-2012 12:40 PM
imccrea
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Originally Posted by jrecpa View Post
Hello All.

I think I have a pretty sweet deal lined up for the following, but would like to get some of your feedback:

2013 Titanium Sedan (Black)
w/ Nav
w/ Moonroof
w/ 17" alloys
w/ winter package

I have a standing offer for 24,408 before 1,500 instant rebate. Considering I have nearly every option, I feel like this is pretty slick deal, but I am pretty novice at buying cars so who knows (hopefully you guys and gals).

Likely financing through my own bank.

Thoughts?
It already has in essence the winter pkg (heated seats) std on the 13. Also which 17" alloys and what is the MSRP?

Seems to be attractive either at invoice if the wheels are the std equipment or $400 below if they're an add.
09-11-2012 12:29 PM
jrecpa
2013 Titanium w/ options Quote

Hello All.

I think I have a pretty sweet deal lined up for the following, but would like to get some of your feedback:

2013 Titanium Sedan (Black)
w/ Nav
w/ Moonroof
w/ 17" alloys
w/ winter package

I have a standing offer for 24,408 before 1,500 instant rebate. Considering I have nearly every option, I feel like this is pretty slick deal, but I am pretty novice at buying cars so who knows (hopefully you guys and gals).

Likely financing through my own bank.

Thoughts?

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