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[Ford] 2017 Ford Employee Pricing - until end of September

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Aug 10th, 2017 9:47 pm
What a scam ford got on the go. I got an Acadia for same price as an edge. Acadia was like $5000 more and payments were the same
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The family is debating between 2 vehicles, ( I know this is an open ended question with numerous options/variations of each model however; any advice would be appreciated) what are the major differences (Built quality, reliability, etc.) between:
1.) Ford Edge vs 2.) Hyundai Santa Fe sport
-both mid trim level
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LoveRFD wrote:
Aug 10th, 2017 8:14 pm
OTR means out the door, after tax.
Lol had my dunce hat on, I realized that after and made the edit.


Anyway, I just made a huge spreadsheet with about 20 vehicles. For the XLT 4WD with BLIS option, based on my numbers I am going to aim for an OTR price of <$40k. In contrast a small Honda CR-V due to no incentives would be like $35k.
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Answers wrote:
Aug 10th, 2017 9:47 pm
What a scam ford got on the go. I got an Acadia for same price as an edge. Acadia was like $5000 more and payments were the same
I drive a Ford Edge and love the car. To be honest, I'll probably be getting a newer version once mine gets older. Also, it's made in Canada. Maybe some thing to consider for those on the fence.
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jbredflag wrote:
Aug 10th, 2017 10:25 pm
The family is debating between 2 vehicles, ( I know this is an open ended question with numerous options/variations of each model however; any advice would be appreciated) what are the major differences (Built quality, reliability, etc.) between:
1.) Ford Edge vs 2.) Hyundai Santa Fe sport
-both mid trim level
Im on a 2nd edge. New one is a 2017. So far it's been great. Last one was awesome and I hope the new one will treat me the same. Plus it's made in Canada.
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We have a 2014 edge now that's going back next week off lease. Paid $524/month. Took home a similar edge and parked it next to mine. The back seat is now more cramped. They moved the rear seats up and now th cargo area has 6" more space. Things the new one was missing that our old one has...... leather, pano roof, v6, power lift gate, dual climate, etc.

Price for new edge on 3 yr lease.... $625/month!!!

$100 more a month!!!

Why we are getting an Acadia. Sle2 awd v6 with third row for $639/month
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Aug 11th, 2017 7:29 am
We have a 2014 edge now that's going back next week off lease. Paid $524/month. Took home a similar edge and parked it next to mine. The back seat is now more cramped. They moved the rear seats up and now th cargo area has 6" more space. Things the new one was missing that our old one has...... leather, pano roof, v6, power lift gate, dual climate, etc.

Price for new edge on 3 yr lease.... $625/month!!!

$100 more a month!!!

Why we are getting an Acadia. Sle2 awd v6 with third row for $639/month
Not sure what options you have, but just tried building an Edge SEL with no extra options on Ford.ca, it came out as $567/month OTR for 3 years 20k km lease. That's before any negotiations with dealer.
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cccccory wrote:
Aug 11th, 2017 6:16 am
I drive a Ford Edge and love the car. To be honest, I'll probably be getting a newer version once mine gets older. Also, it's made in Canada. Maybe some thing to consider for those on the fence.
+1, mine is 5 years old and has been great. Only needed oil change so far and 0 issues. Ride is comfy and great.
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LoveRFD wrote:
Aug 11th, 2017 8:03 am
Not sure what options you have, but just tried building an Edge SEL with no extra options on Ford.ca, it came out as $567/month OTR for 3 years 20k km lease. That's before any negotiations with dealer.
This one is $1500 less over 36 months so about $2700 extra msrp. The residual on an edge is 46% after 3 years. Guess because every third vehicle you see is an edge. Market is flooded.

Residual on the Acadia is 52%. So add that to the 0% vs fords .99% and the math is there
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LoveRFD wrote:
Aug 11th, 2017 8:10 am
+1, mine is 5 years old and has been great. Only needed oil change so far and 0 issues. Ride is comfy and great.
My edge needed all rear brakes and pads after 30,000kms which ford raped me for $700. Front pads were gone at about 40,000kms. Did them myself for $37!!!!
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The people that are only concerned with biweekly payments are the golden customers. Me, I'd rather get more for less. If a residual on a higher end is 60% vs a lower end car like Kia, which could be 42%, than I'd rather pay the same lease payment for he better car
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Aug 12th, 2017 1:20 pm
This one is $1500 less over 36 months so about $2700 extra msrp. The residual on an edge is 46% after 3 years. Guess because every third vehicle you see is an edge. Market is flooded.

Residual on the Acadia is 52%. So add that to the 0% vs fords .99% and the math is there
I guess it's all about timing of your purchase. I paid $29k plus tax for my Edge SEL with pan roof, leather, push start, navigation etc. Also after 60k kms my brakes are still in decent condition.
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Aug 12th, 2017 1:21 pm
My edge needed all rear brakes and pads after 30,000kms which ford raped me for $700. Front pads were gone at about 40,000kms. Did them myself for $37!!!!
Do you have the brake service done annually?
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jbredflag wrote:
Aug 10th, 2017 10:25 pm
The family is debating between 2 vehicles, ( I know this is an open ended question with numerous options/variations of each model however; any advice would be appreciated) what are the major differences (Built quality, reliability, etc.) between:
1.) Ford Edge vs 2.) Hyundai Santa Fe sport
-both mid trim level
I have a 16 edge and considered the Santa Fe Sport before I decided on the Edge. A few things helped me make up my mind:

-cargo space was larger than Santa fe sport
-preferred the interior (specifically the front dash/driver area). I added the Sync3 and it looked much better than the Santa fe
-preferred how the Edge drove
-i got the impression reading online that the edges reliability would be better than the Hyundai. Hyundais warranty is nice but figured if the Edge holds up as expected, wont need to use it
-finally, two friends drive the Edge and both gave it a thumbs up

Good luck deciding
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We have a 2013 SFS. It now has 105000 KMs and so far no issues. All we've done is scheduled maintenance. Still has the original brakes. It also has the original tires but we run snows in the winter. I have been really impressed for the first year of a major refresh. I thought we'd trade it in by now but we decided to keep and do the brakes and tires soon since it's held up well. The style has also aged well imo.

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