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#424 of 485 Just bought a 2012 ford focus SEL sedan Southern CA
Aug 26, 2012 (8:32 pm)
I just purchased my ford focus SEL black, black interior leather, NAV, ford sync, backup sensors, 17 inch alloy wheels. MSRP price of 23,300, I got it down to 19,600 with a tank of gas. The OTD price was 21900 exactly. I feel like it was a good deal tax sucks here in CA anyways, but i feel like i got a good deal basically negotiated as close to invoice as we could roughly i think within 100 then took off 2500 worth of rebates 2000 as the deal they had and 500 for having a competitor lease. Will buy a extended warranty just heard it was better to go online to get prices.
#425 of 485 Re: Just bought a 2012 ford focus SEL sedan Southern CA [k1ngkev1n1]
Aug 26, 2012 (9:48 pm)
I never know what to think when comparing with other shoppers. It sounds like you and I got similar deals though I hope we are comparing apples to apples. A few days ago, I just picked up a 2012 SEL hatchback with premium package, moonroof, and winter package. MSRP was $24,950 (that includes the destination fee). My "price," as far as I can figure, was approximately invoice. After $2,500 rebates as well, my OTD was $22,330. Taxes in my neck of the woods are 6% of price prior to rebates.
Dealer I worked with acted as if I was holding the place up, although it seems like others got better deals.
Edit: I mispoke: MSRP including $395 sync discount was $24,360.
#427 of 485 Re: Just bought a 2012 ford focus SEL sedan Southern CA [k1ngkev1n1]
Oct 26, 2012 (10:29 am)
Simply WOW ... the best I did on an 2012 SE with A/T and 201A package (sedan) was 3,580 off MSRP .. that was rebates and discounts .. new car
BTW - sign up on the FORD website a good 6 weeks before you want to buy and they send out a 500 to 750 off coupon as well ... mine came two weeks after I bought ... Dhoa!!
#428 of 485 Re: Great deal [rahul8]
Oct 26, 2012 (10:31 am)
Saw the same deal in MA for a 2013 SE w Automatic and Sync .. unlike the 2012, the 2013 comes wth Alloy wheel, side morror turn signal indicator, Sync, two 12v outlets and a USB port ... not sure about Cruise ... Does not have the fog lights ...
All in all an impressive deal for the car
#429 of 485 Re: Great deal [wheelman01940]
Nov 03, 2012 (12:50 pm)
Hey there, your message sounds awesome! Would you please tell me where can I find the deal at MA? Also, I didn't find the ford coupon so far, is it in the official website, if it's, I might did not recognize it.
Thanks a lot if you can let me know more about it!
Nov 12, 2012 (10:03 am)
If you're in the Houston area, I would check out Mac Haik. Got a manual se hatchback for 14,633 before ttl. Great price, very happy with it too. The process was a little longer than I had hoped, but they didn't try to pull a fast one on me so I would still recommend them.
#431 of 485 A/Z Plan Pricing Competitive?
Dec 13, 2012 (11:43 am)
I'm relatively new to the world of the art of Car Buying. In the past, we always bought Ford/Mercury because of the ease of the A Plan.
Is anyone here familiar enough with A/Z plan pricing to know if I can do better with a little work on my own, or just settle for the no hassle A/Z plan pricing?
We are looking at '13 Titanium, not sure if we'll do 4 door or HB. I would publish the price, but I would think that violates some sort of terms of service for my plan sponsor.
Thanks in advance.
#432 of 485 2013 Ford Focus SE Hatchback - AUTO
Dec 27, 2012 (1:13 am)
2013 Ford Focus SE Hatchback - SE appearance pkg, winter pkg, auto
Invoice (according to edmunds) $22,378
X plan pricing
Ford Rebates: $2,895
Total Car cost after rebates: $20,050
#433 of 485 Re: 2013 Ford Focus SE Hatchback - AUTO [jcfiala]
Dec 27, 2012 (8:13 am)
Sounds like a pretty good deal. What was your final OTD, including taxes, title, etc.?