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Ford Edge Prices Paid and Buying Experience



  • Wow! that is a great price. Invoice pricing with the 1500 rebate only takes about 3000 - 3500 off. How did you get the other 1500 - 2000? What was your secret?
  • Here's a deal I got online from a dealership by me....

    A 2008 Edge SEL with Premium Package, Vista Roof, Reverse Sensing, 18" wheels, all weather mats and an Audiophile System would be $29957.00, after rebates. A Limited with the same options would be $30274.00.

    I'd probably add the power liftgate. I also get a discount from my work on Ford vehicles. Originally, i was considering the Highlander, but all the extras and the price are pulling me towards the pun intended. I'm a little hesitant though, as it's an American car and all my family has driven are toyota's and honda's. This would be my first car and don't want to hear the, I told you so from my folks.
  • The Ford dealer didn't know I was interested in AWD, I guess they didn't examine the Build My Edge quote I submitted to them. Anyway, that adds 1600 to the price plus 490 for the powerlift gate. My discount from work is about 500 so that pays for the liftgate. Price for a fully loaded Limited Edge would be 31374 before taxes and all the other stuff. Taking it for a test drive on Saturday....
  • The Mercury Grand Marquis has an lmda assessment of $700. Is this fee based on the MSRP?
  • tom2004tom2004 Posts: 2
    I had the X-Plan from my work, purchased a 2007 on Christmas 2007. I had a low budget to work on, and got an extra $2K rebate for the 2007 as compared to the 2008, and I plan to keep it 10+ years, so 1 model year really won't make much of a difference in resale in 2020.

    This is an AWD SE, the only thing I really wanted that I didn't get were the 18" wheels. Has the Sat stereo system, no nav system, but they are so cheep as an external device (I actually have one on my Windows Mobile 6 HTC pocket PC phone). But with the X-Plan pricing, all of the instant dealer rebates, AND a $750 mail in rebate I got from Ford a few months before, I ended up in the $21K range.

    I just got done adding the factory fog lamps myself (about $300 in parts from Ford + a little extra for the wiring). The SEL emblem was under $10! So now it looks like a $10K more vehicle than what I actually paid!

    I love the awsome torque & horse power from the 3.5L (more than the crown vic 4.6L V8) and the AWD traction of course. This replaced an Aerostar XLT 4.0L AWD Extended mini-van (the largest and most powerfull mini-van ever made, even more so when I changed it to a 5.0L!).

    I have no regrets at this time, wasn't paying attention on the highway onec and had it running 105MPH, and seemed like 70. I have owned Fords all my life, some family used to work there as an engineer. Also own a few older Mustangs, an expensive hobby.

    I hope you enjoy your Edge as much as I do!!!

    Tom :)
  • :blush: The '08 EDGE I am looking at has a sticker of $38755 I would like to lease it for 39 OR 24months at 12k/year. What (with 3000 OOP) should I expect to pay per month after negotiating a price? Also, after a price is negotiated how (based on Ford's current lease rates) do you determine the exact lease price?

    Thank you! I'm planning on leasing one this week.
  • rockfish1rockfish1 Posts: 113
    AND a $750 mail in rebate I got from Ford a few months before,

    I tried to get one of the 750 rebates but have been unsuccessful. I went to the Ford site a month ago to request a brochure since that is how others have received theirs. Not receiving one I called their marketing and promotion center to ask if they still have the extra rebate for my area. No success.

    I will probably get one a month after I buy the Edge.
  • Why would you be expecting a rebate in the mail? The $6,500 rebate I got for my Mercury Grand Marquis was deducted from the price.
  • rockfish1rockfish1 Posts: 113
    The certificate for a $750 rebate is apparently an extra rebate Ford has sent to some potential customers who contacted Ford asking for a brochure. I did not obtain one :confuse: when I signed up for a brochure a month ago. The $750 rebate certificate according to the people who received them and purchased a Ford used them immediately to lower the price of the Ford.
  • rob110rob110 Posts: 1
    I have x-plan pricing and am looking to use it on an Edge lease. I also got one of those $750 teaser mailers, but it says in fine print that it can only be combined with public offers and not private or A/Z/D pricing. It doesn't say A/Z/X/D--do you think they can be combined?

    Also, do I still have to pay the $595 lease origination fee with x-plan, or just the <$75 documentation fee?

    thanks in advance
  • goateegoatee Posts: 51
    Rob - yes you can use it. I did. Mine was 3 yr 45,000 mile lease I also used the X-plan. No lease origination fee in my deal. Sticker $34,935. Paid $3000 total out of pocket which included the first month payment. Payments are $389 after the rebates, taxes and fees. Just as a matter of fact. When I got the car, It was a Saturday, the mail just arrived with another $500 off in addition to all other deals, etc. My dealer was not familiar with this coupon and it looked original but it had no offer plan number on it. Nonetheless, I am still waiting for my $500.
  • syrahsyrah Posts: 9
    Here is what my local Tampa, FL car dealer is offering me on a '08 Edge Limited, vista roof, navigation system,pwr liftgate,20" wheels, sat radio. How does it sound?
    3yr lease, 15k per year

    Sale Price=31,508
    Lease Rate=2.00
    Residual = 49%
    Aquisition Fee= 595
    Payment incl fees & Tax = 35 payments of $515.45

    thanks in advance......
  • nununnunun Posts: 1
    Here's a quote I got from a dealership in NY.

    A 2008 Edge Limited, AWD without any options would be $29957.00 beforeTax and other doc fees.

    I think the price is bit high considering some people got a loaded model (Navi+Vista roof) for around $31000. Im gonna offer $28000 for this model. is this number reseanable or am I off too much?
  • katyhykatyhy Posts: 13
    I've seen postings in the forum about the $750 coupon on the Edge if you request a brochure and I'm happy to say that I just received mine in the mail over the weekend. I just requested the brochure less than 2 weeks ago. Does anyone have any guess about what the June incentives/rebates are going to be like? The May one's run out on 5/21.
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  • gussguss Posts: 1,181
    My local dealer is advertising base Edges(SE FWD) without any options for $20,400. This seems to me alot of car for that price. Ford has a $3500 rebate on the "08's and $1000 conquest cash. With everyone buying small cars it may make more economic sense to me to go with something a little bigger that is not selling as well.

    Does anyone have any experience with a base Edge and is there anything options that you wish you had got ?
  • shuedshued Posts: 107
    Hi, Guys:
    In south Bay Area (95050), The Edge SE FWD (MSRP about $25600) will be ads for sale price $18955 before doc and tax.
  • tom2004tom2004 Posts: 2
    If you can get that for under $17K, that is a great price!

    My '07 is an AWD and had the Sirrus sat radio, but that was about it. I added factory fog lamps. I love it, however it is not the best for gas milage. I talked to 2 of my cousins that have the FWD version, and it isn't much better on gas. That 3.5L has great power and torque, so I guess milage is the price for all the power.

    My '08 Escape has the 3.0L, and it gets much better milage (about 4 mpg more), and is ok on performance, but nothing like the Edge. :)
  • gussguss Posts: 1,181
    Thanks Tom.

    I have a fwd '03 Escape and average about 21, I think the EPA combined is 19, the same as the Edge. If I can get at least 21 I would be happy.

    I would buy another Escape again but I need a little change of scenery. Plus the Edge is much prettier.
  • explorerx4explorerx4 Central CTPosts: 9,614
    i drove an awd edge for a tank of gas and got 20 mpg. how does that compare against your mileage?
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