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#315 of 489 2010 Fusion Sport deal, picking up July 4
Jul 01, 2010 (3:53 pm)
Just made a deal on a 2010 Fusion Sport with the 402A, premium floor mats and all weather floor mats. Sticker after Rapid Spec discount is $30,350. Final deal was either $25,000 if I take the $2000 rebate or $27,000 if I take the 0% for 60 months. I'm also getting an additional $1500 rebate for being a returning Ford lessee with either deal. Finally, the dealer is giving me $12,000 for my 08 Fusion SE that has the 4cyl and manual trans. KBB in good condition is $11,775. Overall, I'm really happy with the deal. I'm going to take the 0% deal because I'll end up paying less in the end. So i guess the bottom line is I got the car for $25,500 with 0% for 60 months and getting KBB value for my trade in.
#316 of 489 Re: 2010 Fusion Sport deal, picking up July 4 [madox75]
Jul 02, 2010 (5:13 am)
Thats a sweet deal, is that before or after taxes? Mine cost me $30k after everything was signed, with 0%. The car has been great, 17k miles since I got it last september, and other then having the front rotors trued up, the car has been very dependable. I was a bit too hard on the brakes the first few weeks I had the car, it is so much fun to drive.
#317 of 489 Re: 2010 Fusion Sport deal, picking up July 4 [acdii]
Jul 02, 2010 (11:06 am)
Its before tax and tags, so I guess you have to add about $1K back on to that, but I don't hold that against the dealer... The state and Uncle Sam need their share too...lol.
#318 of 489 Re: 2010 Fusion Sport deal, picking up July 4 [madox75]
Jul 03, 2010 (6:59 am)
TTL is 10% around here (9% for taxes), so around here it would be close to $2500. Yours is only 1k?
#319 of 489 Re: 2010 Fusion Sport deal, picking up July 4 [neile457]
Jul 06, 2010 (3:36 pm)
Yea, 6% tax and $202 for tags and title. I'm not sure what number they figured the tax on, but I ended up paying $26,500 for the car, got the $1500 returning owner rebate, and got KBB value for my trade. The dealer was Koons Ford/Nissan of Falls Church VA. I dealt with Mike Bancroft. Really stand up guy, and a super easy buying experience.
Jul 12, 2010 (5:38 pm)
To my disappointment, Ford did not increase cash rebate incentives on the Fusion in July. I thought they might, since 2011's will be here in less than a month and the Fusion has had the same $2k rebate all year. Current incentives state they are valid until October 4th, is Ford really not going to discount the 2010 models any more than they have all year?
#322 of 489 Re: 2010 Fusions [thepieguy]
Jul 12, 2010 (9:50 pm)
The Fusion is selling very well for Ford, so why should they discount them?
#323 of 489 Re: 2010 Fusions [flightnurse]
Jul 13, 2010 (8:03 am)
It's not exactly a foreign concept to discount a car when the new model year is about to hit the lots. It seems logical to expect a little bit more of a discount then they've been offering all year long when 2011s start production in a couple of weeks.
The Fusion may be selling well, it's a great car, but it's not like they are selling on the same level as Accord/Camry. And does anybody think the Fusion would be selling as well as it is if it weren't for the attractive incentives that it's had for a while now?
#324 of 489 Re: 2010 Fusions [thepieguy]
Jul 13, 2010 (11:18 am)
To each their own. I would not be caught dead in a Camry, great car though it may be. Way too much isolation from the road for my tastes. If you want a completely numb driving experience, the Camry is for you. The current Accord is pretty ugly in my opinion, but it drives much better than the Camry. Honestly, I think the car the Fusion has to watch out for is not the Camry or Accord, it is the 2011 Sonata.