What should I know before buying one? Such as problems, what I should ask my dealer, owners kit... etc.
Blazn Boss said it best. Yes, just do it.You'll love it.BLAZN BOSS said:Ignore most of what you read and half of what you see. Go buy what is a very nice car, break it in as lineated by the owners manual, wash wax and drive.............hardest part is figuring out how to wipe the smile off your face to go to sleep!
KYBOSSLS said:Depending on your age check with your insurance person before you purchase, if it is to tight you might wait untill you can budget the car, I know a young man that did purchase one and he is now selling for this reason?
But if can, go for it.
Daniel said:What should I know before buying one? Such as problems, what I should ask my dealer, owners kit... etc.
The one I was going to buy was just sold so I am going to have to order one lolCEO_five-0 said:Daniel said:What should I know before buying one? Such as problems, what I should ask my dealer, owners kit... etc.
I know it's silly to purchase one of these cars for investment purposes (this car is made to be driven, so drive it!), but rest assured that someday, it will be an investment for someone (even if it's not still yours). So, to ensure that investment options are maximized (even if this is not your intention), there are a few things that you may want to get upon purchase... If you are picking up a car that is already on the lot, make sure that they have kept everything for you, such as the stickers that came off the plastic seat covers, blend number stickers off the windows, the axle tag (if they took it off), and of course, the window sticker should be preserved. If they are ordering it for you (and it's not already on the lot), don't let the dealer put on their decal, and if you live in a state that requires a front license plate, don't let them drill out your front bumper. There are plenty of really neat license plate holders available for this car that don't require butchering your front fascia. Many dealers don't have a clue about track key, so when the person doing the PDR tells you it's already installed, it isn't. Both keys will work, but the programming is the same. My dealer actually let me do the PDR, which is cool too. In fact, my car had less than a mile on it when it came off the trailer, and I have put every mile on her since... And of course, the owner's kit will add value to your car, at least someday (plus, it has some cool things in it), but that is not in the dealer's hands (comes directly from Ford to your house).