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Ford Flex, Car Buying, Car Leasing, Wagon
#205 of 211 Re: Ford Flex Prices Paid and Buying Experience [kyfdx]
Oct 17, 2011 (12:04 pm)
Just bought a 1-year old used 2011 Limited AWD with ecoboost, 12,000 miles, navigation, two-tone roof and roof rack. Edmunds TMV $37.5K and KBB is 35.5K and I paid $34K. Clean carfax 1-owner, passed a third party inspection. So it seems like either Edmunds TMV is way off base or I got a great deal?
#206 of 211 New 2010 Ford Flex Limited w/Ecoboost price
Jan 09, 2012 (10:50 pm)
I saw a deal for a new 2010 Ford Flex Limited w/Ecoboost, Navigation with Sync, Park Assist, DVD player (Headrest) , Vist Roof, Trailer Package, Remote Start. ePrice 36.7K , is it a good price ? i have checked the VIN with another ford dealer and he confirmed it is new and clean. Should i bargain more ?
#207 of 211 Re: New 2010 Ford Flex Limited w/Ecoboost price [senleka]
Jan 10, 2012 (7:40 am)
Go for it. That is what I paid for my SEL EB. That is a sweet deal. One thing to do though, check it for hail damage, otherwise it should be fine! Sticker on that is what, 48K?
#208 of 211 Re: New 2010 Ford Flex Limited w/Ecoboost price [acdii]
Jan 10, 2012 (10:43 am)
Thanks for the reply.
Sticker price is $48290 + $770 (delivery)
Mar 26, 2012 (1:26 pm)
We feel we got a great deal on the price of our Ford Flex, it is the SEL with almost all of the extras of the Limited edition except for 3 things. The MSRP was $37,595 we got it for $6000 off plus 0% financing. This one on the lot had all the mfgs. money placed into it.
#210 of 211 What are people paying for high optioned Flex's
Apr 11, 2013 (9:38 am)
I get the sense that Ford is moving a heck of a lot more Explorers than Flex's. But we took a look at a loaded Flex at the dealer and we really like it. And its got a sticker of 51,550 (including destination etc). ( FLEX limited, AWD. 303A. Vista Roof. Trailer. Captains Chair. Roof Rack/silver paint, NJ).
So my question is with a car that surely seems like it would take a long time to sell, what kind of a price should I expect to buy this car for?
Thanks - And, Wow over a year since the last Flex purchase question?
#211 of 211 Re: What are people paying for high optioned Flex's [s2kpilot]
Apr 11, 2013 (11:35 am)
You can get a feel for what they are going for using Truecar.com. There are even dealers that will be listed with coupons to lock in a price.