Income does not matter. I have mountain biked off and on my whole life.
When I made 30k a year, I bought a rigid (no suspension) in a certain price range.
When I made 50k/year, I bought one with a front suspension (it cost more, so same %),
When I made 80k, I bought one with a full suspension...
That is smart, because ZOOM is a joke. Horrible security and poor functionality.
But, it is a catchy name, and it did cater to the barely turn on a computer crowd.
Google missed on it too. Because it never should have succeeded.
While I agree with the sentiment, it is not Ford. It is all Manufacturers and all Industries.
I had to cross shop on my own where best to get an MRI.
No one would help me; not my PCP, not my Insurer, not my Specialist.
I had to friggin shop like I was buying a car.
Call 5-7 locations, get their...
Oh Man. This thread got me looking at the Sport and.... hmmmmm.
I might luck out as my wives Fusion Energi Lease is up next year sometime.
If they had a PHEV on launch I am 99% I could get her into it.
I'm pretty set on a year 2 or 3 Bronco Bronco, but I were not in it just for the Top Off...
Yea. Top Off is a lifestyle. People will walk in with dreams and then go to the Sport as practicality sets in. Otherwise, why would there be TrailHawks. Same will go for the Bronco Sport.
Bronco Sport will also come from other buyers.
Fusion is being discontinued and MachE is way more...
High. Ford Dealer tried to get my wife to pay for her tire wear on her Lease. She said the tires are rated to 50k, and I pulled down less than 35k miles that my lease allows. Yea, I won't be paying for those tires. Put a warranty claim in on them if you feel they wore out too fast.
Leasing "can" be good. My wife drives a new car every three years and we negotiate a good monthly payment. She is in a Energi Fusion with All leather, heated seats, etc.... and 15k per year mileage.
She only has like a 10mil round trip commute. Her current MPG is around 65-70.
For around $250 a...
And a person actually off roading with their kitted out lease better buy it at the end. I doubt trail damage is going to be considered normal wear and tear.
How many times can you use the winch cable before it is considered excessive and you have to pay full value on it, or at the least replace...
Yea. Sure. If you are using this rig hard enough that you need to use that Winch, you can bet you are going to get some Lease exit charges. What do they consider "normal use" on the Winch so you don't get charged for a new winch cable on lease end.
I usually buy my cars used off someone else's...