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In case anyone is wondering the Fusion Sport is orderable. I put my order in a couple of weeks ago and have a tentative build date of 6/13
 

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So, did you already agree on a price with the dealer, or is that yet to come?

Just curious what kind of a deal you got on it, if you don't mind sharing.
 

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I get Ford X plan (a good friend of mine is an employee and I could get it through work as well) and I'm leasing so I don't do any dickering.

The car was ordered with all options exception: sunroof/moonroof and active park assist.

Sticker price is 40750 and after X Plan it's 38744.35
 

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Thanks.

I can get it for $100 over invoice through my wife's employer discount. But I wasn't sure if that's a good deal or not. I've never bought a new American car, and I heard you can get them well below invoice in some cases. Probably not the case with this brand new Fusion Sport though...
 

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Then you're probably getting the X Plan, since the dealer invoice is 38623.85 and I'm paying 38744.35. That makes sense since a lot of vendors that do work with Ford will be able to get X Plan. As I said I can get it through work, it's just easier to have my friend log in and punch me out a pin for it while I'm waiting.
 

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Thanks.

I can get it for $100 over invoice through my wife's employer discount. But I wasn't sure if that's a good deal or not. I've never bought a new American car, and I heard you can get them well below invoice in some cases. Probably not the case with this brand new Fusion Sport though...
with trucks people seem to have the best of luck, seen a bunch of RAM 1500 orders and these guys have been getting a good chunk off the original MSRP. After the first time of seeing that, it makes you wonder.
 

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I use a car buying service from USAA (which now uses True Car), they don't have all of the options built in currently but they are showing the Fusion Sport with no options getting $1,586 off MSRP for a total of $32,764 (including destination, regional fees, and a $500 incentive).

I recently showed my brother the discount I would get using the car buying service for various cars a few months ago and he was shocked - he had fleet dealer at Ford that was giving him a price of $500 over invoice on a 2016 Mustang GT, he went back and told them the True Car deal and the fleet dealer told him that they honor True Car at $900 under invoice.
 

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Ordered mine 6/3. Blend date (sticker): 6/13. Build date (ETIS): 6/24. We'll see how long it takes to sneak it across the border and up to Pennsylvania.
 
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