That's more like it, I can understand a price difference in the $500-3000 range but anything higher for a vehicle like this is questionableyea its true, escape starts at 22 in the US and 23 in CAN. I wonder if MKC has more equipment in the Canadian base to justify 6K...
It is but when you consider how much taxes are and the cost of things, it eventually starts to even out to levels in the U.S.I thought it was because of the currency difference.. the minumum wage up in Canada is much higher than the US in dollar amount.
its a broken system, admit it.Yea, cause everyone who gets sick in Canada dies when they need emergency care. Come on.
The real reason why things cost more in Canada is because companies know we are willing to spend more. American prices are reduced because the market is so competitive for everything. MKC for $39,000 is not that bad. It is a luxury vehicle after all. And every other car in Canada is priced high to, so its all relative.
I'd imagine buying a US car might have its complications.It is but when you consider how much taxes are and the cost of things, it eventually starts to even out to levels in the U.S.
Sucks that Canadians pay so much for cars. Some who live close to the boarder go to the U.S. to buy cars, good way to save thousands.
not sure of the process but people are doing it, which says something about doing this.I'd imagine buying a US car might have its complications.
Unless you are going over and paying cash.
There would also be import fees. And your resale would probably be hurt a bit.
Good point.Pricing difference could be reflective of only the AWD version being offered in Canada vs. FWD in the U.S.A. Of course the sliding CDN$ is not helping matters any.