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Ford Escape, Car Buying, Car Leasing, SUV
#399 of 435 Re: 2011 Escape Prices [lvmopt1]
Jul 18, 2011 (7:19 am)
Around $22,000 for basic 2WD, XLT, 4 cylinders, around 5,000 miles, if you can believe that. Escapes (and most Fords these days) are pricey.
Limited 6 cylinders 4WD are about $25,000.
Hybrids are about $30,000. Unbelievable, no?
Frankly, you may as well buy a 2011 new.
#400 of 435 Ford Escape Prices Paid and Buying Experience
May 29, 2012 (8:08 am)
I am looking to buy a 2012 ford escape, either a 4 or 6 cylinder engine. What have others paid for this vehicle? How much below the invoice price can I try to get it for?
#401 of 435 great deals on 2012 escapes
May 31, 2012 (3:51 pm)
Just bought a 2012 recieved 1500 off the sticker price, 2500 in rebates. Could have gotten another 750 but had no trade in
Jun 05, 2012 (10:54 am)
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#404 of 435 2013 Ford Escape Prices Paid and Buying Expierence
Jul 20, 2012 (4:18 pm)
Just ordered 2013 SEL in St. Louis---McMahon Ford who was so much better on price than 4 other Ford dealers. Beat my best price easily.
#405 of 435 Re: 2013 Ford Escape Prices Paid and Buying Expierence [al63017]
Jul 21, 2012 (8:15 am)
Where was McMahons price relative to MSRP or Invoice?
#406 of 435 Re: 2013 Ford Escape Prices Paid and Buying Expierence [jdixson]
Jul 21, 2012 (5:02 pm)
2000 off sticker but gave me 500 more for my trade. I found one Ford dealer Don Vance in Marshfield MO that had bigger discounts but gave me a little less for my trade so McMahon won. If you buy outright no trade--- Vance and McMahon would be good ones to compare. I guess I had 6 Ford dealers after all and 3 of 4 others were not competitive in how they discounted cars and valued my trade.
#407 of 435 Re: 2013 Ford Escape Prices Paid and Buying Expierence [al63017]
Jul 23, 2012 (5:31 am)
Thanks. Sounds like your diligence found its reward.
#408 of 435 Re: 2013 Ford Escape Prices Paid and Buying Expierence [al63017]
Sep 28, 2012 (6:14 pm)
We Purchaed a 2013 Escape Base model SE in Brite Silver, Sand Stone interior. We picked it up 2 weeks ago at Ultimate Ford in Mtn. Home, AR
After haggleing I paid $22,996 including $1,000 off for a cash deal no trade.
JJ a salesman at Don Vance called me later that same day and said I'll sell you the same model for $22,496 and deliver it to you 100 miles away. I stuck with the local dealer after giving him a deposit. Just a few miles from home for service. Had to wait 7 weeks from my order date.
My take on the SUV is after 350 miles of driving, the 1.6 turbo is a perfect combo for us. Getting 30 to 33 mpg on the open road is a big plus.