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Did I get a good deal?

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I just bought a NEW 2017 Edge SEL, paid $26,500.
Out the door (tax + license in California) I'm at $29,150, seems like a bargain.
I don't think the dealer made any money but they did move a 2017 off their lot.

What do you think?

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I paid $29,500 for a used 2016 Tightanium one year ago. It was actually only 8 months old. Not sure of SEL prices. But yours is brand new.

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Have you looked at the invoice pricing w/ options and compared that to what your OTD price was? That's the only way you can reasonably quantify it. Also, the dealer will get a holdback on the sale so they will make a profit. How did you finance it? Pricing has a lot to do if you used dealer or FMC financing.

 

Regardless, if YOU think it was a good deal then that is all that matters.

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They made money but that is still a good deal. There are over $4K in rebates right now on the 2017s.

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I don't know where to find invoice pricing on this car.
I took the standard Ford Credit financing @ 4.9% to get an additional $1,000 rebate. I'll either pay it off in 90 days or refi at a substantially lower rate.
I'm happy, no buyers remorse yet.

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I don't know where to find invoice pricing on this car.

I took the standard Ford Credit financing @ 4.9% to get an additional $1,000 rebate. I'll either pay it off in 90 days or refi at a substantially lower rate.

I'm happy, no buyers remorse yet.

 

If you're happy stop asking questions and just enjoy it! :)

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I paid $27,805 cash for our new 2017 SEL AWD w/3.5L back in July, 2017. 2018's were not out for awhile so I think ours was a good price, $3K less than our local dealers would match, it was a no brainer or us

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One item on this comes to mind, not that anyone here would be affected, but there are thousands of cars involved in floods down south that are reemerging on sales lots are reduced prices. Just something to keep in the back of one's mind.

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