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I don't normally share financial info on the internet, but I figure if I post what I paid, we will all be more savvy consumers. I just picked up a 2011 ecoboost supercab, fx4, 4x4, line-x bedliner, and the luxury plus package for $41.5k @ 0% apr out the door. I live in CO in a county where sales tax is 8.3%. I believe the sticker price was roughly 42k before tax.
Good luck, and don't be afraid to ask for a great deal.
I bought my new 2011 F150 supercrew 4x4 XLT with the Ecoboost motor, and convience & chrome package. MSRP was $39,945.00 withall the dealer & ford discounts and alot of dickering I paid $31,145.00 I'm glad I did'nt get to tow with it befor I bought it, I would have been willing to pay more. It is a great towing machine,
and wow what a HOT ROD!
2 weeks ago I bought a 4x4, XLT, ecoboost, backup camera, convenience, chrome, plus, and offroad packages. Dealer installed spray in bed liner and window tinting as part of the deal. MSRP $41,600. No plan pricing or anything like that. I gave $33k even.
Remember you have $2500 consumer cash, $1000 xlt, $1000 ford finance rebates. Go to Fords website, request a brochure, and click you will purchase in 0-30 days. In 2 days you will recieve a code that will give you an additional $750 rebate via email. Also, you should get an additional $1000 rebate from ford for trade allowance incentive. I sold my trade by owner for $500 more than what the dealership offered including the trade incentive to a small town, corner lot, used car dealer.