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Demo or Executive Driven Car negotiation range.?

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[OP]
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Mar 13, 2014
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Windsor

Demo or Executive Driven Car negotiation range.?

Hello..

I'm looking for 2015/2016 ford expedition XLT/LIMITED one and I just find 2015 ford expedition limited Executive Driven model around my area.
local ford dealer posted $54269 at autotrader.ca . It drives 17972km now and I'll go to see and test drive it.

I wonder "how much i can deal with dealer about price and can i use Unhaggle invoice price too for dealing.?"
One thing more.. It's used actually . can i try to deal with "used car situation" or are there any effective for price?

Thanks..


MSRP is $65099 , Invoice is $58888 with cash/finace/lease rebate is $7263 on this model.
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Nov 26, 2003
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It's a used car. Treat as such.
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Aug 15, 2014
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Newmarket
They may not want budge that much, always a good idea to go after other things like extended warranty, and other accessories once you feel good about an offer ..just remember they'll never give you a bottom line price and good luck
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Oct 5, 2009
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Igone any refreence the dealer makes to Executive driven or Demo.

A car with 17,000 KM is a USED car. The parts, brakes tires etc all have 17,000 km of wear and those parts could care less if the wear occurred because an "executive" was behind the wheel or the Pope. When you go to sell or trade the car down the road no one will pay more for it because it was "executive driven" for the first 17,000km.

Simply say "I wish to purchase the Used Ford". Just keep refering to it as Used no matter what they say.
[OP]
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Mar 13, 2014
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Windsor
Toolatecrew wrote:
Sep 16th, 2015 7:07 am
Igone any refreence the dealer makes to Executive driven or Demo.

A car with 17,000 KM is a USED car. The parts, brakes tires etc all have 17,000 km of wear and those parts could care less if the wear occurred because an "executive" was behind the wheel or the Pope. When you go to sell or trade the car down the road no one will pay more for it because it was "executive driven" for the first 17,000km.

Simply say "I wish to purchase the Used Ford". Just keep refering to it as Used no matter what they say.
Thanks... that is a what i need...
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$48K + taxes only sounds like a fair #

For sure, no way it is worth over $50K

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