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Ford Focus, Ford Focus SVT, Coupe, Hatchback, Sedan, Wagon
#1 of 498 Ford Focus: Prices Paid & Buying Experience
May 12, 2004 (7:56 am)
Welcome! Post your Focus buying experiences here!
#2 of 498 i bought my 2003 SE...
May 15, 2004 (1:38 pm)
sedan in september. MSRP was $16375. i get the d-plan, so it was $14869 less $2500 rebate. my buying experience was PHENOMINAL!!! my salesman (me) went out of his (my) way to ensure total satisfaction! i even gave him (me) top marks on the survey!
#3 of 498 Re: i bought my 2003 SE... [bowke28]
Nov 22, 2004 (2:04 pm)
Thanks for the headsup. I'll make sure to stay away from that salesman. He sounds like a real loser. If he was any good as a salesman, he wouldn't be buying a Focus, that's for sure!
#4 of 498 How much $
Jan 23, 2005 (9:53 am)
I just purchased Two 05 foci ZX4 SES for $4,000 off sticker. This was a better deal than the X-plan I am elegible for. There is a dealer just outside charlotte NC that is offering 5,000 off sticker on all their in stock Focus Wagons
#5 of 498 HIGH IDLE 1987 CIVIC1500
Mar 14, 2005 (3:01 pm)
My 1987 civic1500 has a very high idle that does not kick down. This causes the car to bang hard in to all gears what can be the problem? The car has the original carb and has 130.000 on the OD.
#7 of 498 Re: Ford Focus: Prices Paid & Buying Experience [lee_w]
Apr 07, 2005 (11:18 am)
I bought my 2000 Ford Focus SE in July 2003 with 47k miles on it for $5000. Since then I have driven back and forth across the country and just passed the 70k mark last week. The only money I have put into the car aside for changing the oil has been $450 for new tires and then a couple bucks for new brakes. I plan on keeping this car as long as it'll run.
#8 of 498 2004 ZX3 purchase
Apr 09, 2005 (1:58 am)
I just bought mine 04 / 5spd / 2.0 / nothing fancy, pretty basic with 8100 miles for $8900
Apr 12, 2005 (4:08 pm)
I went down to the local dealer in Upstate New York and was surprised to find they had no manuals. The salesman tells me 99.9% of Americans buy autos. I thought he was full of it. Anyway his only bright idea was to order one and didn't find it strange to have just autos. I wonder if this is a large problem with ford. On other brands lots I've never not found manuals. Anyway the closest dealer is several miles away and I'll see if I can at least test drive one there.