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Ford Excursion, SUV
#25 of 33 Ford Invoice
Jun 28, 2004 (6:37 pm)
While that is true with GM, the Ford invoice is the Ford invoice. The dealer usually gets a 3% holdback and factory-to-dealer incentives - which the consumer doesn't always see.
3% is still nice margin and it is usually only brokers and fleet buyers that can get the dealer to give some of the holdback back.
#26 of 33 Good Price?
Jul 11, 2004 (9:40 am)
In Florida, we're set to get an 04 Excursion Limited Diesel w/options of limited slip axle, telescoping mirrors, and cargo package for a selling price of $42,130, "out the door" w/tax, tags, No other fees for $41,980.
Opinions... good deal, just okay...?
#27 of 33 Re: Good Price? [laurob]
Dec 18, 2004 (10:18 am)
this is to all. It is all relative, how much you pay new versus how much you get on a trade. All consumers want to pay nothing for it new but want retail when it is traded. I work for a dealer and am in sales and it baffles me how some people think!! be fair to all. We must make money just like you. I understand that you want a good deal, that's fine, so do I when I shop for something. But I keep in mind that they need to make money too. I have to pay my bills and put food on the table just like all of you do. The biggest misconception is that we make a ton of money. I do make good money, I wouldn't be doing it if I didn't, but not as much as most consumers think. Please keep this in mind when you shop for your next car.
#28 of 33 Re: '02 Limited 4X4 PSD [automan227]
Apr 20, 2005 (6:56 am)
Question if u guys dont mind? How much is everyones monthly payment? Thinking of buying 2005 Eddie Bauer PSD 6.0? And whats the right price for this truck in NJ?
#29 of 33 I bought an 03limited 7.3
Mar 31, 2006 (8:12 pm)
I paid $45,000 for limited! Has leather, dvd player, rear heat controls, and it's a 4x4. Sticker was $52,000. Got dealer to throw in winter mud floor mats clear coat and molded mud flaps as incentive to buy from them. bought it from Waikem Ford in Ohio.
#30 of 33 Buying used Ex
Aug 04, 2006 (7:41 pm)
I am looking into buying a 2000-2001 Ex with anywhere from 78k-100k miles. I am hesitant in buying such a large engine vehicle, 10Cy. but am looking forward to the extreme size of the SUV. I am looking for advice and opinions of past owners.
Is there a big difference between the 6.8 vs 7.3?
Any problems with electrical or engine/trans?
8cy vs 10cy? Preference?
Any know reoccuring issues with used Exs?
#31 of 33 Re: Buying used Ex [palbert]
by kyfdx HOST
Aug 04, 2006 (8:25 pm)
You might have better luck getting an answer in this Ford Excursion discussion that seem to have a little more traffic, and for which your questions might be more on-topic.
Ford Excursion: Problems & Solutions
#32 of 33 Is $8800 a good price for a 2000 X
Aug 29, 2006 (6:19 pm)
Test drove a 2000 X. It was marked for $9800, but the sales person dropped to $8800. Its gonna need new brakes and tires. Rear A/C does not work. 87,150 miles. I drove it to a transmission shop and they checked the truck out and said everything was fine besides the brakes. I'm not sure if its a V10 or V8. Do you all think this is a good price. The interior is in excellent condition and the exterior looks brand new. All black with gray leather.