You do not need to run all over the place looking for a particular vehicle.
Go to a Ford dealership and ask to speak to the Sales Manager. He can
actually 'go to every dealership' in several states, via his online locater
system, and find the vehicle you want, (if it is a buildable model,) and get
it for you, simple
Look at a Mercury Grand Marquis GS. It is the best value on the market
today. Big car safety and comfort, 25 MPG V8, state of the art technology,
lots of standard luxury stuff, all for around 20K or less, brand new.
FWIW I just bought an 06 GM GS Convenience with leather, power pedals,
traction control, CD player, etc for 17k out the door....not bad for a car
that listed at 27k. They really are trying to get rid of them here.....not
enough grandpas in the market I guess...haha
"Year End Clearance" keeps getting earlier and earlier, I guess. In my
opinion, the CV/GM is one of the best kept secrets of the automobile
business. As Mike listed below, they are a great value and they last
We did not expect you to realize the average person in a NG, would expect to
see a bigger difference in fuel economy than 5 MPG between a 15K car with a
small 4cy with a manual tranny, than a larger 18K car with a large V8, for
My one son, who is old 45, bought a 2006 in August for his family car when
he discovered he could buy a loaded GM/GS for only 18K. $600 less than a
loaded 4cy Camry at a FLM, Toyota, Hyundai dealership ;)
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