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Ford Discount Cuts 2020 Explorer Pricing By $5,270 In November 2019

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It appears Ford discount offers for the 2020 Explorer have been increased for the month of November 2019. One current offer includes both a cashback rebate and interest-free financing for the all-new model, though the offer varies from one market to another.

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Ford discount offers for the all-new 2020 Explorer in November 2019 vary throughout the country. We’ve taken the liberty of including the heftiest discounts for 2020 models in four major areas:

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  • New York City:
    • Biggest retail offer: $2,750 total cash discount + $2,000 trade assist for 2020 XLT and Limited models
      • This discount expires December 2nd, 2019
    • Finance offer: 0.9-percent APR for 60 months + $1,500 cash + $2,000 trade assist for 2020 XLT and Limited models
      • This discount is expires December 2nd, 2019
  • Detroit:
    • Biggest retail offer: $2,750 total cash discount + $2,520 trade assist for 2020 XLT models
      • This discount expires December 2nd, 2019
    • Finance offer: 0.9-percent APR for 60 months + $1,500 cash + $2,520 trade assist for 2020 XLT and Limited models
      • This discount expires December 2nd, 2019
  • Miami:
    • Biggest retail offer: $2,750 total cash discount + $1,000 trade assist for 2020 XLT and Limited models
      • This discount expires January 2nd, 2020
    • Finance offer: 0.9-percent APR for 60 months + $1,500 cash + $1,000 trade assist for 2020 XLT and Limited models
      • This discount expires January 2nd, 2020
  • Los Angeles:
    • Biggest retail offer: $2,750 total cash discount + $1,000 trade assist for 2020 XLT and Limited models
      • This Ford discount expires January 2nd, 2020
    • Finance offer: 0-percent APR for 60 months + $1,500 cash + $1,000 trade assist for XLT and Limited models
      • This Ford discount expires January 2nd, 2020

For reference, here are the applicable 2020 Explorer trim levels and their corresponding starting MSRPs, $1,195 destination charge and $645 acquisition fee included:

  • XLT -$38,515
  • Limited – $49,970
  • ST – $56,580
  • Platinum – $60,090

The maximum $5,270 stacked Ford discount reduces the starting price of a 2020 Explorer XLT to $33,245, and the starting price of the range-topping Explorer Platinum to $54,820.

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Disclaimers

  • Must take delivery from an authorized Ford dealer’s stock by January 2nd, 2020, unless specified otherwise.
  • See dealer for details.
  • Incentive for the United States of America, unless otherwise specified.
  • Some customers may not qualify for this offer.
  • Residency restrictions apply.
  • Offer not available with special finance, lease, and some other offers.

We strive to provide accurate and up-to-date information about the vehicles and their incentives in question, but errors and misprints can happen. In addition, the manufacturer can change incentive information at any time and without notice. Always consult with your dealer regarding color availability information before making purchase decisions. Ford Authority will not be held responsible for any misprints, typos or any other errors.

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Written by Francisco Cruz

Frankie's first favorite car was a 1968 Ford Mustang, and he's had a strong appreciation for the nameplate ever since. Later in his youth he became infatuated with Eleanor, thanks to Nicholas Cage's stellar performance.

Frank's a real jokester, too.

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  1. I used Ford’s online configurator to build & price a 2019 Explorer XLT 4X4 before it was replaced with the 2020 MY specs. To get a sunroof, navigation, and heated seats, you now have to also get the 202A top level package. I believe these options were standalone in 2019. Now it adds $7925, or roughly $6200 of stuff you either don’t want or didn’t intend to get. Ford is all about ATP (actual transaction price) these days.
    Add this huge pile of incentive money to the botched launch and it is a sorry way to begin the model year.
    Up in the clouds on the eleventh floor at Ford World Hq, they have a designated room for each vehicle line they sell. The MBA’s (Masters of Business Atrophy) meet once a week and go from room to room to supposedly discuss ways to improve production and marketing for the vehicle in that room. They came out of the Explorer room apparently deciding they didn’t need to supervise the launch and charge nearly $8000 more for a comparably equipped vehicle over last year’s.
    I can’t wait to watch the launch of the Bronco and Mach E which is already in trouble with that name; It will roll off the line next fall with a stigma, not an aura.
    I’ve purchased or leased 9 new and two used Fords in my life, and I will be thinking hard about what brand to buy next come spring 2021 when I intend to trade one of the older vehicles (2009 Mercury Mariner).
    I would respectfully suggest to the MBA’s at the Glass House that you collectively grab your right earlobes with your right hands, and your left earlobes with your left hands, and pull hard. And keep pulling until you hear a loud pop; that will be the sound of your heads coming out of your ass(ets)

    • Boy, do I agree! Packages with sunroofs, etc that you don’t want, but have to get. Then the interiors-black, tan or gray. What happened to color??

  2. I race FORDS on my own nickel & win . Have owned a number of new fords since the mid 70s They have always been the best engineered vehicles aval. Just sold a 14 tarus SEL when I found out about the mercedes engineered waterr pump inside the timing cover, driven by the timing chain..This shows me FMC is letting Chrysler / mercedes inlfuence FMC engineering products.Every Ford product I have owned the water pump could be replaced in 2or 3 hrs . This 3.5 engine will require a motel bill & be the most expensive water pump ever. Which is usually something needing replacement before your done using the vehicle.For the first time in almost a half century I am shooping for a vehicle mayby not a ford product because of piss poor engineering.If FMC continues making products copying other companies bad ideas ,expect their failing sales .know this ,Tundra starters cost over 1500.00$ & will come with a motel bill & I have customers that get rid of them right after they pay for one & go back to a Govern Motors vehicle because of this one repair. FMC get your shit together stop copying poor engineering so you dont end up asking for a handout like GM & Chrysler/ benz/fiat/peugot.

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