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Old 08-16-2012, 09:18 PM   #31
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In regard to warranty, this is the place I got my f150 warranty super cheap.
http://andersonandkoch-ford-warranty.com/
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Old 08-17-2012, 08:09 AM   #32
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OK close to pulling the trigger on a Ti and looking for pricing advice:

Current Ford Offers: 2000 cash back or 0% for 60. I'm going to keep the car for a long time so I'm thinking 0% for 60 is the way to go. If I chose that what could I expect to get the car for?

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MSRP 26,580
2012 Black Hatchback Ti. Leather, Roof, Navi, 18's

Whats the invoice price for this car? Can I expect to get that or better? I see several of these exact setups on Cars.com advertised for 23.5, but those could be BS prices to get you in the door. Opinions?

Also there are 2 dealerships(both 3 hours away from me) that have identical cars, should I pit these guys up against each other? Or should I see if my local dealership would get it for me?

Any input is appreciated
My MSRP was $28,210 and the OTD was $23,630($2000 rebate, $500 private cash, no sales tax in NH). With the interest rate being so low, you're better off taking the rebate. Use this website http://www.loanamortizationschedule.org/ to figure out how much interest you would pay.
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Old 08-17-2012, 10:28 AM   #33
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If X plan will help, I can give you one of mine.
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Old 08-18-2012, 12:44 PM   #34
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Update: Well they sold it last night! Damn! I was prepared to drive 3 hours to pick it up next Saturday. So the search goes on...

bernie how much of a discount is the X plan? MSRP was 26580. How can you "give me one of yours" is it a coupon or an employee code or something? LMK
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Old 08-18-2012, 05:33 PM   #35
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The X plan is a code that I can have generated with info from you. I'm allowed to give away 4 per year to "friends and neighbors". I'm not sure what the discount would be but cash backs and rebates would still apply. Also, if you have an X plan code, the dealer can only charge you $75.00 for documentation instead of the $350 - $400 that they can charge everyone else.
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There are a number of specific states that have allowed the standard fees to be charged even on x plans. North Carolina is one of them, verify that where u purchase is not one of these to avoid any misunderstanding.
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There are a number of specific states that have allowed the standard fees to be charged even on x plans. North Carolina is one of them, verify that where u purchase is not one of these to avoid any misunderstanding.
Wasn't part of the plan rules that even under those conditions it was supposed to be marked down that the remainder was paid by Ford, which in essence means that you still shouldn't be responsible for more than the $100 document fee on X plan?

Only A/Z plan is $75 for the document fee, X is higher because its a supplier and friends discount, not an employee/ retiree and immediate family member discount, afaik.
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Old 08-19-2012, 09:21 PM   #38
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I got the Ford Extended Service Plan for $2,495.00
For a Focus? That's insanity...I sold a extended service plan for a Diesel 350 for $1,900.
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Old 08-19-2012, 11:06 PM   #39
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For a Focus? That's insanity...I sold a extended service plan for a Diesel 350 for $1,900.
Agreed! Here's the quote I just got from Assurant:

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Manufacturer Wrap Protection Plan

On August 2017 or at 60,000 miles on odometer

One payment of $391.00
or Four monthly payments of $97.75





Comprehensive Protection Plan

60 months from purchase date or at 75,000 miles on odometer

One payment of $417.00
or Four monthly payments of $104.25





Comprehensive Protection Plan

72 months from purchase date or at 75,000 miles on odometer

One payment of $486.00
or Four monthly payments of $121.50





Comprehensive Protection Plan

60 months from purchase date or at 100,000 miles on odometer

One payment of $519.00
or Four monthly payments of $129.75





Comprehensive Protection Plan

72 months from purchase date or at 100,000 miles on odometer

One payment of $631.00
or Four monthly payments of $157.75
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Old 08-20-2012, 05:14 PM   #40
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Agreed! Here's the quote I just got from Assurant:
Thanks for the info, very helpful!
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