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Xplan PIN Request 2017 CMAX Titanium + a question

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#1 OFFLINE   twolostminds


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Posted 13 September 2017 - 07:32 AM

We found a beautiful 2017 CMAX Titanium and would like to request a Xplan PIN from someone.  

We also have a question about xplan pricing for the options and premium warranty.  Is there a place were we can see the xplan pricing for the extended warranties and option packages?  Thank you all for making Ford great and helping us afford our purchases.

Blind Mike & Michelle
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#2 OFFLINE   akirby


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Posted 13 September 2017 - 08:03 AM

Just FYI - Ford has cracked down on employees giving pins to complete strangers so you may not get a response.


Honestly, you can usually negotiate the x plan price on your own on most models since they changed the formula a few years ago.  Xplan is now around $150 over dealer invoice.


There is no X plan for warranties.   I don't recommend buying them if you can afford to pay for a large repair - you'll save money in the long run.   If you do want one check the internet sites like Flood Ford - they're usually cheaper than the dealer. 


Google "mustang club of america partner code" then use that code at fordpartner.com.   You can do a build and price or look at in stock dealer inventory and see the X plan prices.

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