Any warning or objections to buying 2010 Ford Fusion Hybrid that is certified pre-owned/ demo car?

Asked by Sep 07, 2015 at 07:59 AM about the 2010 Ford Fusion Hybrid

Question type: Shopping & Pricing

It has had one owner, I saw it on the Carfax. It currently had 42200 miles on it
with all specs. From the sun roof, Navigation System, Safety features, Heated
leather seats. They are asking 14596, I researched the dealership and they
have a 2.9 out of 10? Should I be worried? I am 22 and still going to school.

6 Answers

11,900

NO WAY!!!! I'm not a car salesman but I know value ,,, I bought my Son a car here .... They are not the lowest price but I got good value and a warranty. http://www.offleaseonly.com/ They sure have a bunch of pretty Fusion's

11,900

Here is one of their Fusion's with the same mileage but it's a 2014 .....$12,000 and they have all colors

I saw the inventory and was amazed. But, I live in Pennsylvania and Florida is a long drive

11,900

I bought my Son a discount ticket and we did all the work ( Finance, Checks etc) before going there... It was a great ride back home in his new car...about 18hrs to Phila

11,900

BTW ... They do all the finance there for you ,,, but you are much better off going with a local Credit union who charges less the 3%. OFF Lease gives you the Title and registration ... you take that to your Credit union ,, they do a title and value check then they will send the money to Off Lease

11,900

Keep looking Locally too ... there are many good deals out there now that you know what you should pay

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