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Asked by deez9 Mar 29, 2012 at 10:06 PM about the Ford Escape

Question type: Shopping & Pricing

can anyone tell me what a good complete price on a 2012 xlt model without a moonroof and sync would be?  i'm talking including taxes and tags.......the whole package complete

thanks for your help.......

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sorry........forgot to add 4 wheel drive, 4 cylinder motor to the equation

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go to http://www.fromcartofinish.com/home_from_car_to_finish, choose year, make, model in the " research a vehicle" box at right and click submit, and then click the right style, and you will then have the ability to add up any color and option combination price-wise and see the total. As to what the out the door price is, you can read the article on how to negotiate based on our national new vehicle negotiating service (which has been doing this professionally for almost 19 years and has done over 7500 negotiations), or have us do it for you. Mike www.fromcartofinish.com

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