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Ford Fiesta, Car Buying, Car Leasing, Hatchback, Sedan
#6 of 25 Re: Ford Fiesta SEL [fordrules1]
Nov 26, 2010 (11:48 am)
Can u give me an idea on what I should expect to pay? Does not look like much of a difference between Sticker & Invoice on this car. How much over Invoice would be a good deal on a SEL Sedan?
#7 of 25 Better Price (NOT) using Ford X Plan?
Nov 27, 2010 (11:19 am)
How do you figure better out the door price then X Plan plus whatever rebates and promotions are currently available? X Plan price is barely over dealer cost invoice and DOES NOT PERMIT any additional Dealer Prep costs or add ons. Unless you have the Ford A Plan for current Ford Employees or immediate family members, X Plan usually offers the best price for any in demand current Ford vehicle and allows for any additional cash rebates or promotions that the general public can use as well. My new Fiesta SE 5 dr hatchback had a suggested retail MSRP of $18,030.00 after X Plan and $495. credit deleting Sync and additional cash rebate of $750. for taking delivery by July 19,2010, I paid under $16,000. before adding tax,title!
#8 of 25 Re: Better Price (NOT) using Ford X Plan? [phill1]
Dec 06, 2010 (8:48 pm)
How do you get the X Plan? I am interested in the same model as you. May be the SES with automatic transmission. I am seeing one in my area for $18,365 after the $500 rebate but without any bargaining with the dealer. Thanks!
#9 of 25 Re: Better Price (NOT) using Ford X Plan? [longhorn5]
Dec 06, 2010 (9:20 pm)
A buddy of mine has a father in law who retired from Ford so he gets me the Xplan.
#10 of 25 Year end pricing
Dec 28, 2010 (8:51 pm)
Denver, CO - a lot of dealers are ready to accept invoice less 500 rebate, but add $500 in fees. I am still looking for a better deal.
Dec 28, 2010 (9:55 pm)
for an example around here in Elko, NV, they list a 2011 Ford Fiesta S sedan with 5-speed manual tranny for $14,490. There is that $500 manufactuer's rebate. And on the back window is the "Market Adjustment" sticker for $500 and though that sticker can be ignored I really dont trust that the final price would be just $13,990 + tax and license. The $13,990 does include the destination charge.
There always tends to be a vague "fee" that appears at final purchase time.
#12 of 25 Re: Year end pricing [matroskin]
Dec 30, 2010 (1:36 pm)
I just got a red SE hatchback with 203A, winter and ambient lighting packages. $200 under invoice and no dealer fees. A second dealer was ready to match the deal on a less equiped model.
Happy New Year to everyone.
#13 of 25 Fiesta for $19000.00
Jan 01, 2011 (1:18 pm)
SES 301 spec, moonroof,one heated set and 6spd auto. I don't think that's a deal.
#14 of 25 2011 Fiesta SES Hatchback
Feb 27, 2011 (4:31 pm)
Fiesta SES Hatchback Sticker = $19,600 (Dealer discount -$685.00) (Rebate -$500.00) (Car show rebate -$500.00) (Ford private offer -$750.00) Total before tax and title $17,165 Cincinnati. Picking it up tomorrow so $3.39 a gallon gas you can kiss my $$
#15 of 25 Re: 2011 Fiesta SES Hatchback [hackattack5]
Feb 28, 2011 (9:33 am)
That's an excelent deal!