• Jun 28, 2007
In a move that's as predictable as the sun rising in the east and setting in the west, automakers are beginning to offer more sales incentives to boost summer sales figures. Ford is no exception, and as of today, those willing to drive away in a new Blue Oval offering can benefit from zero-percent financing on all new 2007 models. Want to buy a pickup or SUV? Ford will cut you a check for $2,007 in addition to the no interest financing for 36 months. However, Ford and Mercury CUVs aren't benefiting from the cash back offer.

The sales push ends on July 7th; so expect to see the prerequisite ads flooding airwaves soon after you read this.

[Source: Detroit News]


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      Bryan
      • 7 Years Ago
      Its too bad the Five Hundred didnt have the new V6 in it at introduction..it really is a nice car. This is really no big deal tho, I just saw a Toyota ad where you can buy a Camry for 0% interest til July 4th. Everyone has sales, everyone has clearances. This would be a perfect time for someone to buy a new Focus with the new model coming in the prices have been reduced for the old..add this and you got a steal! Let Dan go on and rant, while his Tundra is in the shop for a fatal engine I will happily drive my 04 F150 with 72k miles on an engine that keeps going.
        • 7 Years Ago
        @Bryan
        Yeah my 2001 F150 has 108,000 trouble free miles on it.
      • 7 Years Ago
      does it matter?

      the cars are still cRaP!
      • 7 Years Ago
      Betcha $2,007 that the July 7 date will get extended.
      • 7 Years Ago
      While I am not in Dan's camp in terms of Ford quality, I am currently looking for a used SUV or truck and have found some really disturbing articles about exploding spark plugs in the Triton engines...

      Had my heart set on a used F150 and have now decided to look elsewhere.... Just google F150 spark plugs and you'll see what I am talking about..

      This is not bashing. I have a ford fusion right now and think it's a decent car. Wish I would have waited a couple of months to buy it.
        • 7 Years Ago
        Joe, that concern was primarily in the 1997 to 2002 F150's. In 2003 Ford increased the spark plug threads on the heads. The 2004 should have a totally different head anyway since it is 3V instead of the 2V in the 1997 - 2003