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#405 of 434 Re: 2013 Ford Escape Prices Paid and Buying Expierence [al63017]
Jul 21, 2012 (9:15 am)
Where was McMahons price relative to MSRP or Invoice?
#406 of 434 Re: 2013 Ford Escape Prices Paid and Buying Expierence [jdixson]
Jul 21, 2012 (6:02 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 434 Re: 2013 Ford Escape Prices Paid and Buying Expierence [al63017]
Jul 23, 2012 (6:31 am)
Thanks. Sounds like your diligence found its reward.
#408 of 434 Re: 2013 Ford Escape Prices Paid and Buying Expierence [al63017]
Sep 28, 2012 (7:14 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.
#409 of 434 Interested in what folks are paying
Oct 10, 2012 (12:10 pm)
Does this sound like a decent deal?
AWD Titanium with Nav, Sunroof and Parking - $32,632 + tax + doc fee for $34,200 with a 1.79 interest rate.
MSRP on it was $36.300
#411 of 434 2013 Ford Escape Purchase Question
Nov 04, 2012 (3:44 pm)
Hi all, I am seeking to purchase a 2013 Ford Escape S model. I got a price from one dealer: $22500 OTD (CA tax) and could not get more cut. It's a white one and with SYNC package. Any comments on this price?
Nov 05, 2012 (7:35 am)
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#413 of 434 Future incentives
Dec 17, 2012 (6:34 am)
We are considering a '13 Titanium, but are wondering if this is the best time to buy? Will the incentives be better in January or February? We are fortunate that we do not HAVE to buy right now, so we're trying to time it out for better incentives if they'll be coming along.
I haven't been able to find any info on typical January/February incentives.
#414 of 434 Re: Future incentives [ifontaine]
Dec 17, 2012 (9:46 am)
Being in the car business over 20 years let me give you my 2 cents. If the dealership near you is hurting and needs to make it's 2012 numbers, NOW is the best time. December 31st at noon would be the best time. Its slow, the last day of the year and month. Now FORD doesnt have to do much because it is the new model, etc, but if they advertise 0% interest, or those things, its not going to get better than that. Waiting until Jan/Feb may make it worse, because they dont "have to" do anything really. The next best timeframe in my mind would be June/July when the 2014's are around the corner and they need to dump the 13's.