6 K off MSRP, I'd go for it tonight. What dealer is this at? I might drive on over !
Man I am going to be really bummed if the new QNX Sync comes out that early... meaning Summer this year for the MKC. I could have easily waited that long. :frownThat the # I told my New Hampshire dealer. I buy a MKC Reserve when it 6k off MSRP. Since the Ford Escape were getting 6k off , I want 6k off MKC since it cost 10k more then Escape. They told me maybe Jan. 5 incentive or President sale he will call me back. Or wait for the 2016 model to come out in summer with new navigation system and less bugs in vehicle then 2015. Decisions decisions ��
Interesting. Here on the west coast we're getting the Select Plus package for free on Select models from Lincoln. I don't see any manufacturer incentives on the Reserve models.I'm new to the forum as I'm trying to help my sister in law buy a new MKC.
Window sticker of the one she wants is $45,320 after the $745 AWD discount being offered here in the northeast.
According to truecar.com, we can buy the car for about $39,300 after the $2000 Conquest Cash Ford is offering.
I've always found that I can do even better than by $500-$1000.
Can I really expect to get $7000 off MSRP on this car? According to Truecar dealer invoice is about $43,300, and that would be $3000 under dealer invoice before the $2000 cash back.
If that's correct, then Ford must be offering the dealers heavy subsidies to move the MKC's. I guess that's possible as I read that there is something like a 160 day supply of them...wow.
Thanks in advance for your help.
I am thinking that that alone will make a HUGE difference. The window sticker indicates the build date at the bottom. From what I have read, the second build cycle (anything built after September) will have a tendency to have fewer problems.Thanks for responding. The more people I talk to about the MKC situation, the more I believe that $7000 off MSRP is achievable. The dealer I am working with has 54 MKC's in stock. I will report back with the results, thanks again.
AWESOME!! What did you end up getting?I just completed the transaction for my new MKC yesterday. I did my homework and then some and used a bank buying program administered through Truecar.com and got over $6,200 off MSRP. My savings per the auto buying program was $4,983 but due to my preparation and "hanging in" with them for over a week to find 1 meeting my requirements, I got another $1,200+ off plus the dealer is paying to have it shipped over 300 miles away (another $400-$500).
I believe you can go on Truecar.com and input everything and see the savings and incentives. It's possible, as in my case, the dealer can beat that. Also many banks, credit unions, as well as Costco & Sam's have excellent programs. I'd suggest getting this type of info first which will save you from haggling by knowing what you can get, minimally, upfront.