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#1 OFFLINE   jaydubau

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Posted 24 March 2017 - 02:22 PM

I bought a used 2014 Titanium Energi in October. I have about a 40 mile each way commute. Half the trip is reverse commute and the other half is in the commute lane, so I got the stickers. 

 

The car only had the sunroof and navigation as the only options. I really liked the car, but wanted the adoptive cruise control, heated steering wheel, etc. So, with the $7k rebate from Ford coupled with about a $4k discount from the dealer, allowed the priced of a new 2017 Platinum Energi to drop from about $42k to $31k. I leased it for 3 years, $5k down and 18k miles per year due to my commute. Payments worked out to about $420/month.

 

Well, I went for it. The Platinum is a FANTASTIC car. Leather covered everything.

 

If anyone's on the fence I would highly suggest they go for it!!!!


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#2 OFFLINE   BronsonBGA

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Posted 11 September 2017 - 04:17 PM

I am curious about the difference between a Platinum and a Titanium with the options a Platinum has. For example, I find a Titanium but add to it the Moonroof, park assist, cooled seats, drive assist, BLIS, etc...basically, it's become Platinum minus the nicer leather seats and bigger wheels? I guess that's what I am trying to figure out...is the difference the seats and the wheel, or are there other things that differentiate the two? 

 

I don't have any Energi Platinums to actually look at here in Marietta, so I can't go see for myself. Same with loaded Energi Titantiums. I've found several online...Platinums for $31K vs. Titaniums full loaded (almost equivalent of the Platinum) for $29K. Is the Platinum work the $2K more? 



#3 OFFLINE   My14Energi

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Posted 13 September 2017 - 05:47 PM

I have a Titanium that is essentially a Platinum.

#4 OFFLINE   muzicman61

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Posted 14 September 2017 - 04:48 PM

The Platinum is essentially a Titanium with all the options.  I got my maxed out 2017 Titanium which stickered at $42K for $23K.  No lease, just purchased outright.  It was a factory exec with 7500 miles.  Great deal and I love this car.


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#5 OFFLINE   My14Energi

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Posted 15 September 2017 - 01:18 PM

I havent found a new 2017 on a lot that is equipped like my 2014 Titanium. I'd consider an upgrade if i saw one.

#6 OFFLINE   muzicman61

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Posted 16 September 2017 - 06:55 AM

Yah, they do seem hard to find.  I just got lucky that my dealership here in Central Illinois got 4 of these factory execs from a dealership in Plano Texas.  And the fact I've been one of their customers for 10 years they gave me more on my trade in than it was probably worth.  Yah, I know trade in value is a numbers game but I still felt it was a really good deal.  Good luck with your 2014!


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