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Ford Fusion Prices Paid and Buying Experience



  • almattialmatti Posts: 164
    jeffyscott: I agree with you. What can you sell the MZ3 for? Private sale? people still Do That? Good Luck.....If I wre to buy a Used car it would be a previously Owned car with Warranty & Certified. Even you pay some extra bucks, its certified. Anyway: Does igozoomzoom have loan paymets on his MZ3 and will be buying the Fusion all Cash or with a loan? It would seem to me that : you would replace a 75k miles MZ3 with a Ford Fusion V6 - SEL [a larger, roomier car, better equppied] without Warranty, and take on a loan payments that you don't have now....Again presuming there are no loan payments on the MZ3.?? Or Buy the Taurus in 18 months LOL.....
  • eriks1979eriks1979 Posts: 1
    I am in the market for a 2010 Fusion SE Automatic, 2.5L, Spoiler, with 202A Spec Package (i.e. moonroof ). Multiple dealers are offering it to me for $20,500 (this is after the $1000 manufacturer's rebate, but before taxes and licensing...probably another $1,500). This price came without any haggling, but it is what they said there best offer was. What should I counter with? How low should I go? Thanks,

  • gth743bgth743b Posts: 13
    That's already a pretty low price, I don't know that you could go much lower. Seems like a pretty good deal to me though. I believe you could walk away pretty happy with that deal.
  • petras2petras2 Posts: 104
    Anyone know if x-plan buyers also qualify for any rebates/incentives that Ford may offer? Also is it true that x-plan prices are generally around invoice price? thanks
  • lostlost Posts: 64
    when you buy with the x plan you also qualify for ANY other programs that are available at that time. The x plan also caps any other fees that the dealer adds on ( doc,advertising,etc) to a maxium of $75.00.
  • ryan1984ryan1984 Posts: 1
    Does anyone know if Ford is offering 0% financing right now on the 2010 Fusion? I ask because I see "0% Financing + $1,000 cash back on all new 2010 vehicles" but under the 2010 Fusion Discounts I see a list of special financing rates available, but nothing about the 0%.

    Can I get 0%? And if so, for how long.

    Also, Can you negotiate with X Plan?

    I'm looking to get a 2010 SE with sight & Sound. Have about $1500 negative equity in a trade in and will finance tax, title, reg No money down, and want to keep payments around $350...Do-able?
  • mitchfloridamitchflorida Posts: 419
    The 2010 Mercury Milan is now offered with $1000 back and 0 percent interest for 36 months. I would guess the Fusion will follow suit.
  • So, this $21,575 price was before factory rebates, and clunker cash? Where was this car purchased? The price is $75 above dealer cost of $21,502.
  • jeffyscottjeffyscott Posts: 3,855
    By "dealer cost" I assume you mean invoice, which "may not represent actual dealer cost".
  • jason80jason80 Posts: 35
    A dealer is telling me that the V6 now qualifies under the cash for clunkers but I dont see that anywhere! Anyone else been told this? I thought it had to get a combined 22 mpg, and the fusion sport gets a combined 21. Also according to, it doesnt qualify.
  • gth743bgth743b Posts: 13
    I would trust the website. The only things I can think of is that maybe its eligible for the $3500, not the $4500, but if they're willing to give you the CARS amount on paper for your trade, then they have to deal with it, but unless you get that amount taken off in writing, don't know that I'd just take their word for it.
  • I see that Ford recently raised the base price of their Fusion by $355.
    Anyone know why? Is this for the new Michelin tires?
  • I'm having a devil of a time trying to find out the invoice price for a car I found on my local dealer's lot. It's a 2010 Milan Premier model, and the window sticker shows the following:
    MSRP 24320
    202A package 3035
    V-6 1630
    Destination 725
    202A package discount 1040

    Total 28670

    According to my insurance company's buying service, the base MSRP should be 25400, and the invoice is 24007. Edmunds says the base invoice should be 22692 and the base MSRP is 24675. The only possible reason I can find is that the insurance company doesn't specify the Premier trim, whereas the Edmunds site specifically says that this is the Premier trim level. Even so, I can't make any of the numbers match up. Is it possible that there has been a change to the base MSRP (and the invoice) price since this particular car was built? I don't know how long it has been on the dealer's lot, but if it is one of the earlier 2020 models that they received, then there could have been a price hike since they got it.

    I'd like to know what the exact invoice price is so that I can have a base from which to bargain.

    I have also found conflicting reports as to whether there is still a cash incentive from Ford on this car. I have seen some sites that say that there is a $1000 incentive, others that say it is $500, and other sites that don't mention a cash incentive at all. Does anyone know what the true story is on factory cash incentives on the Fusion/Milan? Thanks for the help.
  • acdiiacdii Posts: 753
    They now have 0% for 60 months on all Fusions and Milans except the Hybrid. I found out on Monday, last night put $500 down on a Fusion Sport, just waiting for it to be delivered and hoping the 0% goes through. I finally decided to upgrade my car from a Camry Hybrid to a Fusion. I might lose 8 MPG, but I gain a much nicer car.
  • I got an offer for a 2010 Fusion I4, SEL, all options (302A, nav) except 18" wheels for $25,277 + TTL (includes $1500 cash back). Seems like a decent deal, is it? Thanks!
  • acdiiacdii Posts: 753
    Consumer Reports bottom line price(which works) shows the SEL I4 fully loaded as you speced to be $26,270. What was the MSRP on it?
  • Just purchased a 2008 SE 2.3 L, automatic (basic SE model, w/cloth) with only option Sirius for $13,995 from a Ford dealership in Maryland. The car was a dealer loaner, with only 12,400 miles. I focused on buying a used Fusion/Milan because of good reliability reports and Ford's survivability and ideally wanted a 6 cylinder but most available were former rentals between 30-45 k miles. I found buying used, with the objective of saving a few thousand, difficult in this strange economy, with evidently low inventories of used vehicles propping up prices to some degree.

    I would like to have bought a new 2010 fusion with engine, other improvements but couldn't make the stretch for a second car replacement (replacing '95 Taurus). Hopefully I got a good deal. Love the car thus far and actually for most of my driving situations I am glad I got the 4 cylinder for better MPG.
  • From what I understand anyone who is freinds with a Ford Employee or retire can ask them for a X plan pin # It is called Ford Family and Freinds program. It is not as good as there A plan but good. I think its $200.00 over the real invoice and fees are capped at $75.00.
  • lazzolazzo Posts: 8
    Have not seen many prices posted here lately so...

    Purchased a 2010 Fusion SEL 4cyl with 302A only:

    MSRP: $26,850
    Edmunds invoice: $24,634
    FDAF: +$478
    Ford Invoice: $25,112

    Price: $24,745 + $120 Adv fee + TTL

    Price does not include rebate. ( I went with the $1,000 + 0.0% for 36 mths).
    $23,745 with rebate.
    How does this look?
  • I leased my 2010 Fusion V6 SEL about 2 weeks ago.
    I am paying $380/month for 39 months, zero down, 15,000 miles per year.
    All the taxes were rolled into the monthly payment.

    I have to tell any prospective Fusion buyers to take a LONG test drive before you lay down your cash. The car drives a performs great but so far the seats are REALLY uncomfortable. No matter how many adjustments I make to the 8-way power drivers seat, I'm still uncomfortable! I'm hoping they just need to be worked-in or I am going to be one unhappy camper for the next 39 months!
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