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Ford Fusion HYBRID Prices Paid and Buying Experience

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  • I will be in the market for a FFH in the next few weeks to month. What are the latest prices that people are paying? Thanks!
  • mpg4mpg4 Posts: 4
    Just picked up a silver FFH (black interior!) yesterday at an Austin dealership. Had to call to make sure they had the car in stock, and we agreed on invoice price. When i got there the process was smooth. No attempt to include anything but what was agreed on. So the invoice was something like 29,800. Plus TTL of course. I had to drive an hour. Local dealers would not budge below MSRP and they didn't even have the color combo that I wanted. I hope this helps and good luck.
  • "Seems like everyone that uses the Ford X-Plan is ordering their car. Is that a rule?

    I picked mine from the selection on the dealers lot. X-plan = $200.00 over invoice + $75.00 fee and tax and you are out the door. They might try to add a fee for advertising but that is negotiable.
  • Bought a FFH with 501A package last week, $500 below invoice. I thought it was not possible in Northern California

    I went in with a Costco program, The deal Costco worked out was $1000 over invoice. After test drive and considered all reviews and ratings I saw, I do like Fusion Hybrid a tiny little more than Camry Hybrid, but not enough to to justify the $2000 price difference between the two. I told the salesman I need to think about it for 1 day, but I had already form a action plan: (1) If I get a good report from the mechanics who was working on my 1995 Camry, I would drive the old car for 2 more years (here in california cars last forever), and check out Fusion Hybrid later when it is not so hot any more; (2) If I have to buy one now, I would buy a Camry Hybrid. The salesman read the situation from my body language exactly right and started to drop price to a level I thought was not possible, we made the deal.
  • Who Qualifies for this. Went to site and it appears Ford Employee's only
  • hackattack5hackattack5 Posts: 315
    The X plan is for Friends and family of Ford employees. I found a lady at work who's brother worked for Ford and was able to get me the X plan pin number. It sounds like "wnvvet" has found a web site that some ford employee's are willing to give their pin number up. I am not sure how many pin numbers they get a year but I don't think it is unlimited.
  • muffinflavoredmuffinflavored Posts: 18

    @kyfdx@Edmunds said: Tell us about your Fusion/Milan HYBRID buying experience!

    What are 2014 Ford Fusion Titanium Hybrid residuals and money factors for May, 36 months, 12k, 15k, 18k miles?

  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 27,671

    3.75% APR and 60%/58%/56% residual.

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  • gf2020gf2020 North of BostonPosts: 45

    Not a lot of activity in this thread.

    I recently picked up a 2014 Fusion SE Hybrid. I live north of Boston but purchased from a dealer in New Hampshire.

    A very easy deal to negotiate. MSRP was $31,845, I paid $27,075 after rebates and they gave me a very fair value on a low mileage 2009 Volkswagen Jetta SE wagon that I traded in.

    Averaging 41 MPG for the first 400 miles!

  • mtnman1mtnman1 Westerville, OhioPosts: 382

    @gf2020 said: Not a lot of activity in this thread.

    I recently picked up a 2014 Fusion SE Hybrid. I live north of Boston but purchased from a dealer in New Hampshire. A very easy deal to negotiate. MSRP was $31,845, I paid $27,075 after rebates and they gave me a very fair value on a low mileage 2009 Volkswagen Jetta SE wagon that I traded in.

    Averaging 41 MPG for the first 400 miles!

    That's exciting news about your MPG average. I will be in the market next spring to replace my 2009 Fusion SEL V6 and want to seriously look into a vehicle that will give me much better MPG without sacrificing interior space. Tops on my list will be the Fusion as I have owned two Ford and Mercury vehicles since 2004 that have given me great reliability and satisfaction. Even if I averaged 39 MPG I would be extremely pleased as I average about 21 mpg on my current Fusion and about 19 Mpg on my 2012 Toyota Highlander V6 Limited.

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