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Ford Fusion, Sedan
#480 of 489 2013 Ford Fusion Hybrid
Aug 03, 2013 (2:10 pm)
Here is what I was offered today.
2013 Fusion Hybrid Titanium -
MSRP - $35,900
discounted to $34,171
$1000 cash incentives
$1000 incentive for having competing brand lease car(my wife's' car)
Final sell price - $32,171
Fords current lease offer on this car is horrible. 56% residual value and 6.5% interest, which makes 36 month lease payment of $540/month. I guess Ford does not want to lease these vehicles. That's concerning...
Anyway, I walked away from this deal. Out the door price including taxes was $35,000.
I thought it was way too much money for a car with unknown residual value after 5 years. I'm most likely going with the Passat TDI SEL...
#481 of 489 Re: Good Price? [jpg007]
Aug 04, 2013 (11:36 am)
Sorry bud. I didn't read close enough that you were looking at a 14.
#482 of 489 Re: 2013 Ford Fusion Hybrid [vsmfg]
Aug 04, 2013 (11:40 am)
Why is it concerning that Ford doesn't want to lease a brand new car right now. Each Car maker has a different sales strategy at different times of the year. That price they are quoting is for a car that is just showing up on the lots. This is a bad time to buy a 2014 when they are still clearing out the 2013 I would think. Maybe you should look at a 2013. Same car different year.
#483 of 489 Re: 2013 Ford Fusion Hybrid [mtnman1]
Aug 05, 2013 (7:51 am)
It is concerning that Ford want me to pay 60% of the car value within 36 months. They are basically telling me that the car will be worth only 40% of its original value after 3 years. I cant buy a $35K car with unknown resell value. Also, I was considering 2013 model only.
#484 of 489 Not Too Much Activity Here
Sep 05, 2013 (10:58 am)
Ford is trying to sell 300,000 Fusions a year, somebody must be buying them besides rental car fleets. Anyone have any current deals to discuss?
#485 of 489 Re: Not Too Much Activity Here [gf2020]
Sep 05, 2013 (5:48 pm)
Got a deal done today
2013 fusion hybrid titanium
MSRP - 35,900
Final sell price - $31,671
The car will be delivered to the dealership tomorrow.
#486 of 489 Done Deal
Sep 07, 2013 (8:28 am)
Bought my 2013 SE yesterday. Came with 205b equip pkg, touch/tech, nav, reverse sensing, red clearcoat. MSRP, 29300, paid 25,900. Took the 500 rebate and 0% 60 months.
#487 of 489 Re: Not Too Much Activity Here [vsmfg]
Sep 16, 2013 (4:24 pm)
How do u like it so far?
Oct 31, 2013 (11:59 am)
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#489 of 489 '14 Fusion SE Hybrid
Nov 21, 2013 (1:08 pm)
Does anyone have any recent buying experience on the SE Hybrid? I'm looking at a Ruby Red, 502a pkg, nav, 18" wheels. Best price so far is $29,741 on a MSRP: $33,520. This includes the $500 rebate and $1000 rebate for having a non-ford leased vehicle in the household.
Ford is offering 0% financing on the Fusion but not the Hybrid -- anyone have any ideas as to whether they'll be offering the 0% financing on the hybrids for December?
Thanks for any advice!