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You are in the Lincoln Aviator
What is this discussion about?
Lincoln Aviator, SUV
Sep 26, 2003 (10:02 am)
For my zip code it shows $5K and that's what my dealer just confirmed for me. For yours it shows $6K so there's a good chance that's correct. Check with your dealer.
#913 of 1950 NEED HELP, PLEASE!!!!!
Sep 26, 2003 (11:49 am)
I am looking into purchase Aviator premium with Navigation and moon roof, MSRP about 47300 (white)
I would like take advantage of 0% for 72 Mo.
My trade will be 1999 Mitsubishi Galant ES V6, good condition. Neeeeeeeeed Help!!!!!!. My zip code 89148 (Las Vegas area)
#914 of 1950 re: need help
Sep 26, 2003 (12:19 pm)
Exactly what kind of help are you seeking?
#915 of 1950 What would be a good price???
Sep 26, 2003 (12:36 pm)
Lookig to purchase 03' Lincoln Aviator premium w/Nav and moonroof, MSRP about 47300 (white paint).
I live in Vegas zip 89148, have a trade 99'Galant ES V6
Sep 26, 2003 (1:01 pm)
You should be able to buy it for dealer invoice (maybe a bit less) and get the 0% financing. However, you might come out better taking the $5K rebate and financing yourself. Check Edmunds new and used car pricing for dealer invoice on the Aviator and trade-in value on your mits.
#917 of 1950 More on price
Sep 26, 2003 (1:05 pm)
I am purchasing the same vehicle (with tow pkg added) on the Ford Xplan (very close to invoice) for $44,070. With the $5K rebate it's $39,070 plus tax, tag, title. With a trade-in you'll probably do better to take the rebate and finance the balance. On mine it's only costing me $2500 in finance charges so I'm $2500 ahead. YMMV.
#918 of 1950 nvbanker: hotine number?
Sep 27, 2003 (6:44 am)
Any word or the rear end noise in your buddy's aviator? Do you have the hot line number. The problme must be the differential as they replaced ours, the noise wwas gone for a week now back which tells me they are getting defective differentials.
Sep 28, 2003 (9:29 am)
Hmmmmm, buddy took car to Salt Lake for the week, says very little howling was noted on the trip. The dealer gave it back to him with a shrug. Lincoln hotline people (customer service or assistance I think) claimed they were aware of the problem, but had no fix currently, and opened a ticket. Said they would call him back in 24 hours. They didn't as of last check. I had hopes the diffential was it, but some have reported the noise while not in motion, unless they're mistaken. My friend isn't sure, but he's not a car guy at all. Barely knows where to put the gas in. Know what I mean? I have to coach him through all of these issues. Will keep you posted as we unravel this mystery. He is delighted with the car otherwise...
Sep 28, 2003 (4:02 pm)
This brings an interesting point.... "If the person doesn't notice an issue, is it really an issue"
Without getting too techinical. Surveys that are taken by car owner's, offered by JdPower's, come into play. While the demographics that appeal to Buick, maybe those driver's won't notice a noise here and there. While a more concious car consumer might notice one and bring up a warranty issue into play.
Hmmm things to think about.....