just bought a 2014 titanium AWD will all the options
paid $35,500 out the door(taxes, title..etc plus no trade-in)
this is my first time buying a car so don't know how i did, thanks
@leonk08, a broader title should get more responses so I'm going to rename this discussion to "2014 Ford Fusion Prices Paid and Buying Experience"
Once we get the 2014 info updated, you'll be able to build and price it here and compare your number (before taxes) to True Market Value for your zip code. A rough addition says that Invoice comes in at $37,095 (with destination) but I'm not sure all my option picks add up right. And Invoice is kind of a squirrely number anyway since the manufacturers have added all sorts of bonus programs that lower the actual dealer cost of a vehicle.
Congrats on the new ride!
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