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Chimi 358 206 February 7, 2010 at 08:33 PM in Mail In Rebate (3)
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If you plan on buying a new Ford be sure to order a brochure from Ford first. You will receive a $750 coupon. This is a Ford rebate so dealers love it since it doesn't cost them a dime (rebate comes from Ford). It worked for my new F-150 today and I know it would have worked on any other new Ford vehicle.

http://www.fordvehicles.com/

Edit: This is IN ADDITION to all other normal ford rebates.
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#3
My wife just got the brochure with a pre approval and the coupon plus interest rate list. Could be a good deal in the making with other discounts but does say in fine print may not be combinable with private offers??? What did you get? and what kind of deal. We want an F150 Supercrew XLT and she wants the candy apple red. No compact because we need to haul stuff and 6 people + 2 dogs.
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Thanks OP! Used this last year in combination with the Clunkers deal, Ford rebates, and X-Plan. Pretty sweet.
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Why buy new when you can get a good used car for so much less these days?
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To save folks from scouring the page, the link to the brochures is at the bottom of the page, under "Shopping Tools." Thanks, OP!
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i am interested in getting a seven seat car.. ford flex or acura mdx.. =/ arg
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i am interested in getting a seven seat car.. ford flex or acura mdx.. =/ arg
I would hate to ride with 6 other people in either of those laugh out loud
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i am interested in getting a seven seat car.. ford flex or acura mdx.. =/ arg
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I would hate to ride with 6 other people in either of those laugh out loud
Yea seriously...I would soccer mom it and think about gettin a minivan!
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Plain and simple: Read the Consume Report Magazine article from 04/2009
http://www.consumerreports.org/cr...s.htm#best

Do you see any Ford's on that list? 0
Actually there are almost no American cars on that list.
Ford is something like 11th on the list of most reliable cars overall while Toyota is on the 3rd.
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Even with that coupon Fords are way overpriced for what they are.
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laugh out loud seriously. I blame everything wrong with any of my vehicles on American workers!



smokin'


"The Ford brand finished 16th, and Lincoln finished 20th, largely due to higher-end models - many with all-wheel-drive - scoring below average in reliability"

still craptastic
"Consumer Reports found that 90 percent (or 46 out of 51) of Ford, Mercury and Lincoln vehicles had average or better reliability"

"Among family sedans, Ford's 4-cylinder Fusion and the Mercury Milan ranked higher than all other models except for Toyota's Prius. The Ford cars outscored Honda's Accord and Toyota's Camry, the two top-selling cars in America, "which many people view as the paradigms of reliability," Paul said."
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You are joking right? LMAO I actually mistook you for being slightly knowledgeable until you stated this inane B.S.
"The current crisis, surrounding accelerators produced by an American supplier, highlights a possible flaw in the company's vaunted lean production system, analysts have said"
Source: NAGOYA/DETROIT (Reuters) 02/05/2010
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"Consumer Reports found that 90 percent (or 46 out of 51) of Ford, Mercury and Lincoln vehicles had average or better reliability"

"Among family sedans, Ford's 4-cylinder Fusion and the Mercury Milan ranked higher than all other models except for Toyota's Prius. The Ford cars outscored Honda's Accord and Toyota's Camry, the two top-selling cars in America, "which many people view as the paradigms of reliability," Paul said."
I would be impressed if 90% had better than average reliability scores. That is the problem with American comapnies - most of our cars are average so woohoo for us. ...Make a better car and you will be rewarded with customer loyalty. This is why many consumers are willing to go buy Toyota products despite the recent issues.

The Ford cars that outperformed the Asian cars probably didn't even have power windows or air conditioning....
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You guys mention other rebates, what are the other Ford rebates floating around? Looking at purchasing a vehicle soon. Thanks!
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