Was this a good deal on 2007 ford fusion?

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Asked by Nov 08, 2007 at 08:05 PM about the 2007 Ford Fusion SE

Question type: Shopping & Pricing

Msrp was 18,155 without options added. The options were spoiler,audiophile stereo system,sirius stereo for 6mts., automatic 4cylinder. The destination charge was 725 and that was also not added. They also gave me 1,000 off which made it 17,155 and I only gave them 250.00 down.

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ok.

42,955

Yes, sounds about average as far as deals go.

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Id say it was ok, I have a loaded 2008 SEL V6 AWD (no leather or heated seats). The difference between your car and mine is I have a V6, Sync, Chrome, Fog Lights, Auto running lights, Door-side Keypad, Dual exhaust. My MSRP was $22K after haggling with the dealer to find incentives to get my business. My family also has 4 other fords, and my business uses Econovans in the fleet so that may have helped. I suggest checking the website for the value they say it should come and then seeing what percentage of that price you paid, its always a good line.

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no its a ford.

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was it an automatic? or a 5 spd? mine's a 5 spd and I <3 it, especially now that gas is going up everyday! good luck with it

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lol nevermind, i re-read it that sounds like a good deal good luck with it and enjoy

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Lets say this. You bought an american car, helped our economy, and got more reliability than toyota or honda (since ford has better quality than toyota and honda, Says on their website) and you paid thousands less than camery for a great car! Good Job!

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You cant compare Ford to to Honda or toyota There relaibilty isnt even close youre not to smart boy

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my sticker brand new was 21k and after all my discounts and my trade in of $500 i paid 15,900

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