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#446 of 540 2010 F_150 2WD Supercrew
Jul 10, 2010 (5:35 pm)
Just bought a new F-150 today...I hope I got a decent deal.
Sticker MSRP: $34250
Paid $22950+ ttl
Out the door: $24,7**
Pretty basic truck, but the dealer did add tint to the windows for me.
(including $1000 from Ford finance)
TMV put the invoice around $31,000
I got a total of $11,300 of the MSRP on a 2010 F-150 XLT 2WD Supercrew at Champion Ford in Katy, Texas.
So how did I do? I guess I'm happy.
#447 of 540 Re: 2010 F_150 2WD Supercrew [kenk]
Jul 11, 2010 (2:49 pm)
I'd be interested what options you have on the truck you got. I'm looking at a similarly priced F150 Supercrew 2wd, but didn't get near that offer. The one I was looking at was an XLT with an MSRP of $34875.
#448 of 540 Re: 2010 F_150 2WD Supercrew [bigbutr]
Jul 11, 2010 (4:25 pm)
2010 Supercrew 2wd XLT
Ingot silver, XLT Chrome package, XLT Convenience package, tow package, drivers group, sirius, sync.
Bench seat 60/40
They added window tint to the deal ($125)
The way I figured it I'm about $1600 below invoice. $5500 in rebates, $1000 Ford Finance, $4800 dealer discount.
There was an ad in the local dealer for $10,000 off MSRP (blue line price) or $11,000 (w/Ford finance) on any XLT on the lot. I went down there, but they didn't have the truck I was looking for. Then I went to another dealer and told them I'd sign if they could beat it. They did by $300. I think I did pretty good, of course I didn't really hassle them over the document fees etc.
#449 of 540 Re: 2010 F_150 2WD Supercrew [kenk]
Jul 14, 2010 (5:35 pm)
Looks like an outstanding deal to me. I know now Ford has dropped their rebate to $3500, so that makes getting a similar deal a little harder. Plus, it seems here the supply is limited, making dealers less likely to make deals like that. I'm still going to try and pull off a deal similar to yours.
Thanks for the reply!
#450 of 540 Offer on 2010 XLT Supercrew 4x2
Aug 28, 2010 (3:03 pm)
Was wondering about this 'dealer plan' pricing that I'm eligible due to a family member being employed by Ford. I was given a quote of $25,923.66 on the above vehicle with Conveniece, Chrome, Drivers group, tow package, sync, sirius, door code, metallic paint and 3.55 limited slip. Truck stickers for $34,875 after the $2000 Sync, Chrome and Tow discount. They added some $399 appearance package.
The 'dealer plan' discount was $3850.34, and I'm wondering if that is just a percentage off the MSRP or if anything is negotiable on that. It would seem to me that it really isn't much of a discount as the Edmunds pricing shows 26130 with the $5500 in rebates and Truecar has $25932 with same applied. So where's the discount?
Seems I could do better by holding out til later when the 2011's roll out, though rebates might not be the same. Still, I thought family pricing plans were supposed to be pretty good, but by the looks of it, I guess not!
#451 of 540 F150 Supercrew 4.6L 2wd XLT
Sep 05, 2010 (6:31 am)
3.55 limited slip rear end
Trailer tow pkg
rear window defroster
XLT convenience package
reverse sensing system
XLT chrome package
all weather floor mats
MSRP around $36,700
I originally paid $27k for this, but found out that it had 5k miles on it halfway home. Apparently it was a demo model that was unmarked. Nobody told me about it. So they offered to swap me for a different comparably equipped one or a free extended warranty plus some cash back. I took the cash back and warranty since there wasn't a mark/scratch/scuff/ding/etc... anywhere. I ended up paying $25k and getting the free extended warranty. I don't feel quite as good about the deal as I originally did, but I still think I did OK (but not outstandingly great).
#452 of 540 Re: F150 Supercrew 4.6L 2wd XLT [forrestlaw]
Sep 05, 2010 (5:49 pm)
A great deal! 5K miles is something you shouldn't worry about. 12K below retail with extended warranty is a sweet deal.
#453 of 540 Re: F150 Supercrew 4.6L 2wd XLT [aalsherri]
Sep 05, 2010 (6:23 pm)
That's kind of what I thought, but it is nice to hear somebody else say it too. I went over EVERYTHING really good and the only evidence I found that the truck had even been driven was the odometer. I normally try to keep my vehicles for a long time (7-8 years, 100k+ miles), and in the end, those extra miles on aren't going to make any diff. at all to the value at that point.
#454 of 540 Re: F150 Supercrew 4.6L 2wd XLT [forrestlaw]
Sep 06, 2010 (1:58 pm)
Dealers are asking for 15K for little low end sedans. There is no doubt a loaded truck worth 25K is a better value. If the economy is strong, you won't get it for less than 30K. Also, the new engines coming in the 2011 trucks have aluminum blocks. I don't believe they will last long like cast iron blocks.
#455 of 540 2010 XLT Supercab 2WD
Sep 06, 2010 (6:48 pm)
Pretty basic XLT model:
XLT Conv Pkg
MSRP of $31,235
Edmunds Invoice $28,449 (the invoice the dealer showed me was more like 29,000)
Sale Price $23,500
WIth only $75 doc fee! They came down from $399 doc fee as I qualified for X Plan, they said the truck price was better then X plan but they would discount the doc fee.
Also did some big time negotiations on the interest rate, they started at 5.49 and we ended up at 3.6% for 72 months.
I pick up the truck Friday, overall I am happy with the deal.