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#7 of 475 Re: Ford Focus: Prices Paid & Buying Experience [lee_w]
Apr 07, 2005 (12:18 pm)
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 475 2004 ZX3 purchase
Apr 09, 2005 (2:58 am)
I just bought mine 04 / 5spd / 2.0 / nothing fancy, pretty basic with 8100 miles for $8900
Apr 12, 2005 (5:08 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.
#12 of 475 That's strange, I couldn't find any Focus ST w/ auto ;-)
May 03, 2005 (12:08 am)
Manual is for pleasure. That's why Ford builds the '05 ST sedan Focus just for you -- stick only!
#13 of 475 2005 Focus Base Model
May 12, 2005 (8:34 am)
Just bought a new 05 Focus (base model, only option was the air conditioner, manual transmission) - for $9125 plus TTL, etc. Drive out was just over $9900.
Sticker price was approximately $15,250.
The dealer had an ad in the paper for $8980 for the base models with AC but when I got to the dealership they had only this one for $9125.
Has anyone else have info on a recent base model purchase?
Is this price reasonable?
#14 of 475 New 2004 Roush Focus (Stage 1)
May 20, 2005 (12:59 am)
Hi there -- There's a '04 focus at my local Ford dealer I'm unsure what incentives, rebates, holdbacks and marketing cash this vehicle has already soaked up. If anyone has any ideas.. Oh--
Car was made in late '03, It's a ZX3 (2 door hatch) Power everything was included in the base (ford sticker) price, with the only options being ABS, 6 disc and premium sound before the 8,000 add for the roush sticker... It's at the Ford store as a "make an offer!!!" car, I'd like to be armed with some intelligence as to what's reasonable to offer (for a three year old new car)
#15 of 475 Re: 2005 Focus Base Model [rwhaugen]
Jun 03, 2005 (7:32 pm)
I visited a couple of ford dealers, since I plan to buy a focus wagon. The best drive-out price I got is $15000 (SE). Is it reasonable?
#16 of 475 2005 Focus Base Model
Jun 04, 2005 (5:04 pm)
There is a dealer here in charlotte nc that is offering 25% off of MSRP. That means you should be able to get a loaded SES with auto,for about 15,500. If this dealer can do this your dealer should be able to do the same.