Ford Focus RS Forum banner

1 - 5 of 5 Posts

·
Registered
Joined
·
1 Posts
Discussion Starter #1
been curious about the rs,seems to tick all the right boxes for me after test driving several high performance vehicles/suvs/sports cars , the focus rs will be adequate in most departments rather than just going for a sports car that would turn into a garage queen because of severe weather,this car looks like it would say" bring in on!!">:) test drove the focus st a couple days ago and man, I can only imagine an extra 100hp with awd-definetaly be a rocket!
until then, have asked the dealership to put one aside,aslong as they don't jack the price and can follow msrp looks like ill have one next springish/summer.
 

·
Registered
Joined
·
313 Posts
been curious about the rs,seems to tick all the right boxes for me after test driving several high performance vehicles/suvs/sports cars , the focus rs will be adequate in most departments rather than just going for a sports car that would turn into a garage queen because of severe weather,this car looks like it would say" bring in on!!">:) test drove the focus st a couple days ago and man, I can only imagine an extra 100hp with awd-definetaly be a rocket!
until then, have asked the dealership to put one aside,aslong as they don't jack the price and can follow msrp looks like ill have one next springish/summer.
SWEET, welcome to the boards! I think you're probably one of the only guys with a deposit down so far! how much did they take/did they know anything about the car yet?
 

·
Registered
Joined
·
559 Posts
Welcome to the forum!

I do have to say that I think that many dealerships will add a premium onto the MSRP. I don't want them too, but I just anticipate it given that there are limited quantities. Supply and demand, you know?
 

·
Registered
Joined
·
494 Posts
Welcome to the forum!

I do have to say that I think that many dealerships will add a premium onto the MSRP. I don't want them too, but I just anticipate it given that there are limited quantities. Supply and demand, you know?
As long as there are people willing to pay the premium they'll continue to charge them, especially in the initial process when there's a sense of urgency to get the vehicle.
 
1 - 5 of 5 Posts
Top