Now that more and more Ecoboost are becoming available I thought it might be interesting to see what people are paying for them and comparing some prices from around the country.
Please describe the truck you have by make, model and options. Also sticker price of the vehicle and what you ended up paying for the vehicle when all said and done. Also how many dealers you went to before ending up with the one you have.
I know myself I had a hard time at a few dealers before finding one that would work with me on price and getting the payments where I needed it to be. Some these places are really just out to screw you so we need to be on top of things or else it goes really bad really fast.
Heres a quick run down of my experience.....
Went to 2 dealers first which both of them tried to screw me or never even called back. The last dealer was excellent and went in that morning and left with the truck that afternoon.
Truck was a white Lariat with chrome package and 18" chrome rims.
Black leather interior with heated and air conditioned seats.
Power moon roof and power rear slider.
Sync navigation radio but NO back up camera.
Chrome running boards.
Sticker Price on the vehicle was $48,955
Traded in 2006 Ford 150 with 82 K miles ( dealer gave me $1700.00 Trade in allowance )
$2000.00 back in dealer rebates also.
Put down $3500.00
I really wanted the 20" Rims in chrome or Aluminum but after dealing with the first 2 dealers I was happy just to get a truck and the 18" Rims really don't look that bad at all.
I hope everybody else has a better experience than I did shopping for a truck. They really dont make it fun anymore thats for sure
Is that for a SCREW 4x4? I'm at $47,746 (X-Plan) for a white tri-coat Platinum, 4x4, SCREW, EB, 3.73, Max Trailer Tow, Nav, Moonroof. Retail is $53,380. This does not include rebates.
Dealer told me last night that Ford is cracking down on "better than X-plan" pricing. I have my dealer willing to go $500 below X-plan, however, if a dealer sells below x-plan, they won't get any kick back from Ford. They can always sell the vehicle for "lower than invoice", which is different from lower than x-plan, but they lose the kick back either way.
2005 Ford Excursion Limited 6.0 PSD (RIP, Lemon Law)
Desire a 2011+ F150....trying to decide between EB * 5.0
Have a F150 SCrew FX2 EB with the 5 1/2 foot box on order now. Other options include 3.55 limited slip and FX luxury package. Getting it for $36,676, MSRP is $40,510. I'll get the rebates in place at time of sale, which are currently $2500. That will give me a drive out price of $34,176 before TT&L (no trade). I live south of Houston, TX and that's where my dealer is located as well. Only went to one dealer. Have bought my last 3 vehicles from this dealer.
I have a EB Screw 4x4,3.55 ls, XLT series, XLT plus Package,XLT convenience package, XLT chrome package,7200#gvwr package, stickered @40,105.00, got them down to 34,000.00, plus 6000.00 trade-in on a 2001 screw 4x4 with 132000 miles, so out the door 28000.00.
2011 F-150 XLT Scab 4x4 Ecoboost. 3.31 axles, XLT conv. package, sync and TT package. 7200# package with 8400# tow rating and 1649# payload.
MSRP: $36460 The dealer did a ton of research for me while I was there and I was able to take advantage of $3000 in rebates, purchased on X-plan and the dealer is making my 1st two payments. So essentially I got the truck for $29600 plus TTL. No trade and no cash down.
I would highly recommend my dealer to anyone. I even left their advertising plate on my tailgate, that's saying a lot for me.
__________________ Tim SCPO United States Coast Guard Retired
2011 F-150 XLT 4x4 Ecoboost
2010 Ford Focus
2004 Expedition XLT 4x2 FTE Guidelines
Purchased 10/29/11. 2011 4x2 XLT Super Crew, limited slip 3.15, convenience/Synch pkg, plus pkg, chrome pkg, tailgate step, trailer brake controller, MSRP $37,760. Tonneau cover and bed extender additional $2K, making list price right at $40K. No trade (sold previous truck private party), $4K other incentives plus dealer discounts put cash/financed price (excl. tax) at $33,900. Including cash from sale of 96 Toyota, actual cost $30K.
Bought from Fremont Fort, who treated us much better than most other SF Bay Area dealerships visited.
I purchased a 2011 FX4 Screw EB with the FX luxury pkg, Max tow pkg with 373 gears, and 6.5' bed. The MSRP was $47,280.00 with the X-Plan i got it for $42,000.00. I also traded in my 2007 F150 FX4 with 35,000mi and they gave me $22,000.00 for that.
I'm ordering a 2012 F150 Supercrew XLT 4X2 with Ecoboost, Convenience Pkg, Plus Pkg, Trailer Tow Pkg, 3.55 Electronic locking rear, bucket seats w/console and 6.5 bed with drop in bedliner. I'm paying $31,753 which includes all applicable rebates, no trade in and doesn't include taxes and tags. Should be here mid June.
I just bought a 2012 EB Lariat SuperCrew with Plus Package, Bucket Seats w/console, Tailgate Step. MSRP 42,815 with rebates and discounts, $32,900. Traded in a 2003 Ford Expedition Eddie Bauer w/120K miles for $6,500 and a 2000 Toyota Camry V6 w/175,000 miles for $2,500. (Total of $9,000 trade allowance). Total price with TT&L was $25,675.
I bought in March from Koons Sterling Ford...located right near Dulles Airport outside of DC.
2012 FX4 Supercrew, 145" WB, Luxury Package, Nav, Max Tow, Moonroof, 20s, Tailgate Step, and Bed Extender. Stickered at $49,200 after $2K in package discounts. Got $2,500 in rebates, $750 preferred customer cash, and got out the door at $39,100 excluding taxes.
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