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Leasing Ford Fusion Titanium Energi - what did others pay?

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#21 OFFLINE   muzicman61

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  • My Fusion's Year:2017

Posted 19 January 2018 - 07:49 AM

As Dave Ramsey says "Lease=Fleece". :)

 

I got a my 2017 Titanium fully loaded as a factory exec or corporate fleet car as you mentioned, with about 7500 miles on it.  The sticker was almost $44K and I got it for $24K.  Of course i did not get the 4K tax rebate but still felt i got a great deal.  I love the heated seats and steering wheel.  Cooled seats are pretty awesome too.  Nav sucks compared to a Garmin.


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#22 OFFLINE   jj2me

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Posted 19 January 2018 - 08:53 AM

Nav sucks compared to a Garmin.

 

On a 400+ mile trip, I found the Ford's nav to be almost identical to Google Maps.  Including two traffic detours.  The only slight difference was when on one detour, one told me to get back on the highway one entrance sooner than the other.



#23 OFFLINE   4cylinder

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Posted 19 January 2018 - 10:44 AM

As Dave Ramsey says "Lease=Fleece". :)

 

I got a my 2017 Titanium fully loaded as a factory exec or corporate fleet car as you mentioned, with about 7500 miles on it.  The sticker was almost $44K and I got it for $24K.  Of course i did not get the 4K tax rebate but still felt i got a great deal.  I love the heated seats and steering wheel.  Cooled seats are pretty awesome too.  Nav sucks compared to a Garmin.

 

Wow, you got an even better discount than I did - Mine listed for $22998 with a sticker of about $39.5k, and had 300 more miles. And I didn't get cooled seats :(

 

Nav is a lot better than Sync2 but I rarely use it since I have Android Auto with Google Maps.

 

Garmin's real advantage is the lane guidance (also available on Google Maps). Wish the Sync3 nav had that. 



#24 OFFLINE   muzicman61

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  • LocationPeoria, IL
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  • My Fusion's Year:2017

Posted 19 January 2018 - 01:35 PM

On a 400+ mile trip, I found the Ford's nav to be almost identical to Google Maps.  Including two traffic detours.  The only slight difference was when on one detour, one told me to get back on the highway one entrance sooner than the other.

I use GPS mostly for estimated time of arrival and find that the Nav in the vehicle is way off compared to my Garmin.  ETA on NAV will adjust frequently.  I know that my ride to work is 55 minutes yet NAV will put it at 1:08 and then adjust over the course of the trip.


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