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Old 12-21-2013, 12:37 AM   #1
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A plan price plus current discount on 2013 Escape.

I'm looking into trading the wife's 2010 Focus in on an Escape.

Here is the current promotion.
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$1,250 Ford Credit Retail Bonus Customer Cash
$1,000 Retail Bonus Customer Cash
APR Financing
0.0% for 36 months
0.0% for 48 months
0.0% for 60 months
1.9% for 72 months

The car, a 2013 Escape SE with the 2.0 and AWD. Only option added was vista roof. 200A.

We qualify for the A plan discount. What's the A plan plus available incentives for 55303 going to be? Should be able to finance through Ford credit easily.

Msrp plus options plus destination is $30,205.


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While you might be able to haggle the price on a 2013 you can get the titanium escape with the 1.6l Ecoboost 4wd for about $1000 more in msrp.

My mom just got an new escape, and a fully optioned SE with everything she wanted came out to more than a Base Ti which still included everything she wanted are more.
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While you might be able to haggle the price on a 2013 you can get the titanium escape with the 1.6l Ecoboost 4wd for about $1000 more in msrp.

My mom just got an new escape, and a fully optioned SE with everything she wanted came out to more than a Base Ti which still included everything she wanted are more.
Thanks for the tip. I will reconfigure and build a Ti on the site to see the price. But alsobwe haven't test driven a 1.6 or a 2.0 so we will have to and see the engine differences.
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the 1.6 ecoboost has plenty of get up and go, I think you will be pleasantly surprised by it.
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The 1.6 has been plagued with problems, which has affected the ratings and resale value of vehicles with that engine. The 2.0 hasn't had any recalls and has more time in production without any problems, I would consider that in your final decision. Also, the mpg's between a 1.6 and 2.0 are not all that different and the 2.0 provides plenty of power when needed. I considered a 1.6 when I purchased in 2012 and I'm more than happy I went with the 2.0.
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