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I have access to a PIN for X-Plan from a friend of mine.

I'm assuming that any cash back incentives can't be added to the X-Plan discount, but does anyone know for sure?

Also, anyone have a clue how much of a discount the X-Plan will be? I know it's not a flat rate and that it depends on the package.

I'm interested in the SES hatchback manual. My build and price came to right around $19k. I was just wondering about a rough estimate...a few hundred dollars off sticker? A thousand dollars?

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I have access to a PIN for X-Plan from a friend of mine.

I'm assuming that any cash back incentives can't be added to the X-Plan discount, but does anyone know for sure?

Also, anyone have a clue how much of a discount the X-Plan will be? I know it's not a flat rate and that it depends on the package.

I'm interested in the SES hatchback manual. My build and price came to right around $19k. I was just wondering about a rough estimate...a few hundred dollars off sticker? A thousand dollars?

Thanks,
Mitch
(Any incentives that I provide my be verified by the dealership at time of purchase for verification and eligability)

Ok, here is the way these type of incentives work.

X plan is considered a private offer. A brochure that you receive in the mail with a $750 off, or whatever, is also a private offer. These USUALLY cannot be combined.

Now, the Sync incentive for the Fiesta CAN be combined with any kind of A/Z/D/X plan.

As far as pricing, it varies, and is not an exact forumla. The best thing to do is to identify yourself as an X plan participant, and then ask to see a copy of the true factory invoice. (This goes for all vehicles) On the bottom will be a box labeled X plan. That is your starting price, minues any national incentives.

For the Fiesta, you can ask the dealer for that info.

Ask your friend to get access to www.axz.ford.com and then look at the pricing that he can get to on that site.

I don't know if I am able to release that information, as I don't know if I could be liable for that. Just CMA.

Hopefully this helps!

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Well I'm not affiliated with ford, so I'll post the numbers my dealer gave me for x-plan pricing. Basically, x-plan is 2% below invoice price.

For an SES manual, the invoice price is $15,784 + $675 destination charge. when you subtract 2% from that, the x-plan price is $16,129.82.

I'm not sure what extras you chose, but the 301A package ends up being $654.54 and the moon roof ends up being $572.32. The leather seats end up being $588.98.

Hope that helps!
 

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Well I'm not affiliated with ford, so I'll post the numbers my dealer gave me for x-plan pricing. Basically, x-plan is 2% below invoice price.

For an SES manual, the invoice price is $15,784 + $675 destination charge. when you subtract 2% from that, the x-plan price is $16,129.82.

I'm not sure what extras you chose, but the 301A package ends up being $654.54 and the moon roof ends up being $572.32. The leather seats end up being $588.98.

Hope that helps!
Not below, above. A plan gets invoice.
 

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Can I use the X-Plan to get the X-Wing upgrade? ;b
 

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Thanks for the replies. I checked the invoice price at Edmund's and it looks like the X-Plan will come in at around $1k off of MSRP. Not too shabby. With my trade-in I should be looking at around $14k cash or finance.

Of course, I have to see if I like the car first. I hope I do.
 

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I've checked the X plan prices on the Ford site and you will not get $1000 off, it's a brand new model. Numbers are closer to $300 off top of the line model, less for lower trim levels.
 

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I just checked the X-Plan pricing the price for a 301a SES Fiesta is $17,632, MSRP is $17,915. Saves you $283.

The lowest model Fiesta the 4 door SE 200a, X Plan takes $45 off MSRP.
 

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Well now I'm really pissed off. When I ordered my Fiesta (in March, I believe), the salesman gave me the pricing sheet that listed out the invoice price of every model and all the possible options. He very specifically told me that x-plan is 2% below the invoice price... those savings are what made me decide to add the moon roof on at the last minute. I still have the sheet he gave me and when my car arrives, I will give him hell if he tries to charge me anything different from what he told me before.
 

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I will give him hell if he tries to charge me anything different from what he told me before.
Unfortunately for us, dealers know how much people want this car and once the car is in the lot they'll start playing games to get the price they want knowing that the dangling carrot is too tempting to resist. It's best if you already have his price quote in writing, otherwise be prepared for anything. It's not too late to get it (at least by email), but if he refuses to provide the info, it's time to start over somewhere else (probably at the expense of waiting another month).
 

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Yeah, I had my salesman email me with what he quoted me and with my $500 down to hold the car in my name. So he can't change the price on me. Also, they have a thing at their dealership that they will match or go below another dealers price or they'll give you $4000 so I don't think he's going to do anything!
 

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Unfortunately for us, dealers know how much people want this car and once the car is in the lot they'll start playing games to get the price they want knowing that the dangling carrot is too tempting to resist. It's best if you already have his price quote in writing, otherwise be prepared for anything. It's not too late to get it (at least by email), but if he refuses to provide the info, it's time to start over somewhere else (probably at the expense of waiting another month).
Well I just emailed him, saying that I wanted to confirm the price, and laid everything out line by line, what he told me before. Now I just need to keep my fingers crossed that he doesn't go back on what he said before. Oy, what a way to celebrate my fiesta's birth day.
 

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I think I saved about $209 on my SE Sedan w/ powershift and 202A. Not much, but better than MSRP.
But X-Plan is still the best deal I'll get, right?
Of course A-Plan would be nice, but I'd have to get a job at Ford quick. :)

Oh, and how are you guys getting quotes? Every dealer I talked to said they will only give prices in person.
 

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Oh, and how are you guys getting quotes? Every dealer I talked to said they will only give prices in person.
Email lots of dealers. Edmunds, Truecar, and other websites can put out bulk emails for you to deals in your area.
 

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Oh, and how are you guys getting quotes? Every dealer I talked to said they will only give prices in person.
You should email all the dealers in your area, which should have a radius of at least 50 miles, but sometimes if you're willing to travel a bit more you may get a fantastic deal. Make sure you describe the exact vehicle you want, including all options, colors, etc. Ask for their best offer and also make it known that you are requesting quotes from multiple dealers. And always get your quotes by email, not by phone.
 

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I just went to my local dealer to pick up a brochure, which they haven't received yet.
They're getting an SES blue hatchback with 301a package this week. Basically the exact car I want, but it's an automatic. I'm still going to drive it, but I hope I don't fall for it just because I can get it right now instead of waiting 2 months.

The price he gave me was $19,660 including destination. He said X Plan would knock "four or five hundred off," but he didn't look up the exact amount.

He said the manual transmission would bring it down to $19k.

Anyway, he seemed genuinely jazzed up about the car because he just got back from training on it. I'm looking forward to putting my butt in one. :)
 

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I just went to my local dealer to pick up a brochure, which they haven't received yet.
They're getting an SES blue hatchback with 301a package this week. Basically the exact car I want, but it's an automatic. I'm still going to drive it, but I hope I don't fall for it just because I can get it right now instead of waiting 2 months.

The price he gave me was $19,660 including destination. He said X Plan would knock "four or five hundred off," but he didn't look up the exact amount.

He said the manual transmission would bring it down to $19k.

Anyway, he seemed genuinely jazzed up about the car because he just got back from training on it. I'm looking forward to putting my butt in one. :)
He would be jazzed about such a price. I'd never pay more than MSRP on the website - I'll wait 6 months or shop further. Hoping to bring the price 17.5-18k. We'll see!
 

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He would be jazzed about such a price. I'd never pay more than MSRP on the website - I'll wait 6 months or shop further. Hoping to bring the price 17.5-18k. We'll see!

I didn't think there was much negotiation room on a brand new model that's going to be popular. I'm really bad at this...maybe one of you guys can do it for me. LOL.

But that price of $19,600 was under MSRP because it had an automatic transmission and included destination. The build-out MSRP price of $19,600 on the website was for manual.
 
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