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Ford Fusion, Sedan
#207 of 469 Re: 2008 Fusion SEL w/ 70k miles- should I buy it? [jeffyscott]
Jul 09, 2009 (11:14 am)
jeffyscott: I agree with you. What can you sell the MZ3 for? Private sale? people still Do That? Good Luck.....If I wre to buy a Used car it would be a previously Owned car with Warranty & Certified. Even you pay some extra bucks, its certified. Anyway: Does igozoomzoom have loan paymets on his MZ3 and will be buying the Fusion all Cash or with a loan? It would seem to me that : you would replace a 75k miles MZ3 with a Ford Fusion V6 - SEL [a larger, roomier car, better equppied] without Warranty, and take on a loan payments that you don't have now....Again presuming there are no loan payments on the MZ3.?? Or Buy the Taurus in 18 months LOL.....
#208 of 469 How much should I pay for a 2010 Fusion SE Automatic
Jul 16, 2009 (8:31 pm)
I am in the market for a 2010 Fusion SE Automatic, 2.5L, Spoiler, with 202A Spec Package (i.e. moonroof ). Multiple dealers are offering it to me for $20,500 (this is after the $1000 manufacturer's rebate, but before taxes and licensing...probably another $1,500). This price came without any haggling, but it is what they said there best offer was. What should I counter with? How low should I go? Thanks,
#209 of 469 Re: How much should I pay for a 2010 Fusion SE Automatic [eriks1979]
Jul 17, 2009 (10:09 am)
That's already a pretty low price, I don't know that you could go much lower. Seems like a pretty good deal to me though. I believe you could walk away pretty happy with that deal.
#210 of 469 X Plan buyers?
Jul 25, 2009 (12:40 pm)
Anyone know if x-plan buyers also qualify for any rebates/incentives that Ford may offer? Also is it true that x-plan prices are generally around invoice price? thanks
#211 of 469 Re: X Plan buyers? [petras2]
Jul 25, 2009 (1:48 pm)
when you buy with the x plan you also qualify for ANY other programs that are available at that time. The x plan also caps any other fees that the dealer adds on ( doc,advertising,etc) to a maxium of $75.00.
Jul 25, 2009 (7:16 pm)
Does anyone know if Ford is offering 0% financing right now on the 2010 Fusion? I ask because I see "0% Financing + $1,000 cash back on all new 2010 vehicles" but under the 2010 Fusion Discounts I see a list of special financing rates available, but nothing about the 0%.
Can I get 0%? And if so, for how long.
Also, Can you negotiate with X Plan?
I'm looking to get a 2010 SE with sight & Sound. Have about $1500 negative equity in a trade in and will finance tax, title, reg No money down, and want to keep payments around $350...Do-able?
Jul 26, 2009 (3:03 am)
The 2010 Mercury Milan is now offered with $1000 back and 0 percent interest for 36 months. I would guess the Fusion will follow suit.
#214 of 469 Re: 2010 SE 2.5L [wvgasguy]
Aug 05, 2009 (4:46 pm)
So, this $21,575 price was before factory rebates, and clunker cash? Where was this car purchased? The price is $75 above dealer cost of $21,502.
#215 of 469 Re: 2010 SE 2.5L [sarge2007]
Aug 05, 2009 (5:46 pm)
By "dealer cost" I assume you mean invoice, which "may not represent actual dealer cost".
#216 of 469 2010 Fusion Sport V6
Aug 06, 2009 (5:23 am)
A dealer is telling me that the V6 now qualifies under the cash for clunkers but I dont see that anywhere! Anyone else been told this? I thought it had to get a combined 22 mpg, and the fusion sport gets a combined 21. Also according to cars.gov, it doesnt qualify.