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Old 01-11-2010, 01:54 AM   #61
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Originally Posted by kenzx3 View Post
You gotta remember the new Focus is not an opening price point car with the Fiesta being out.

Also you gotta factor in that there is usually around $3K to $4K in Incentives out there at one time for a new car.

I'd say it's appropriately priced. Lets take an average price on an '10 Focus right now that's priced around $15K. Add in the Bigger and All Around Disc Brakes as about a $1K add on. Add in 19" Wheels and Tires for another $1K. Add in the new center dash area with the screen and all for around $500 or so. Then add in the upgraded interior which looks amazing for about $1K. All this leaves you about $500 short roughly of the $20,000 Price Tag for a bigger car, so in my opinion it's priced right.
Yeah, you could easily put the wheels at $1,500 too...I guess I haven't priced a new Focus in a while. Looks like I'll be trading in the H3 perhaps, since it hasn't done anything for me with the inch of snow we've had in STL
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