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After a long wait, Ford has released it's 2011 Ford Explorer and it looks like it has lived up to the hype! To get theÂ FULL DETAILS from Ford on the New 2011 Ford Explorer,Â click hereÂ to seeÂ Ford's press release. 2011 Canadian Ford Explorer prices have now been announced starting from $29,999 + Freight and taxes. But that's just the retail price. CCC members always pay less than retail. Click the links below to get started down the road to savings. For 2011 Ford Explorer Retail and Wholesale Prices click on this link. For 2010 Ford Explorer Retail and Wholesale Prices click on this link. . Join CarCostCanada for only $39.95 to get instant access to Wholesale Invoice Price Reports Today. CAA Members click here to get 25% off and pay only $29.96.
The new 2011 Honda CR-Z is set to go on sale (in the U.S.) on August 24, 2010 starting at $19,200 plus D&D (freight) of $750 US for a total of $19,950. In Canada the MSRP prices will start at $23,490 + $1,395 for a total of $24,885. Mind you the Canadian "base" car is equivalent to the upgraded "EX" model in the US which will be priced at $20,760 + $750 = $21,510. Considering the exchange rate is currently around 5% and Canada's 6.1% duty on imported cars, the difference of 15.6% ($24,885/$21,510=15.6%) isn't too bad. The prices are not live in our system yet, but will be soon. Don't expect a deal any time soon. The difference between the retail andÂ wholesale dealer invoice price is just a touch over $1,000, plus the Ontario govenment just cut out the $2,000 PST rebate so its not as cheap as it could have been in June if it had been available.Â Official launch date is August 10, 2010. For all current 2010 Honda Canada Prices click here
Deals of the Week: 528i, Explorer, Pilot, 370Z Coupe. Whatâ€™s the better deal, cash back or cheap money?Monday, July 19th, 2010
In the latest Deals of the Week from Jeremy Cato, he talks about what's becoming the age old question:Â Cash purchase or low rate financing? Jeremy hits the nail on the head with his great and simple scenario that explains it quick and dirty.Â "But for buyers who must finance, the question is whether itâ€™s better to take the cash rebate and then negotiate a separate car loan, or simply stick with the 0.0 per cent factory deal." Also featured are 4 new vehicles that you wouldn't think would end up on the Deals of the Week; the BMW 528i, Ford Explorer, Honda Pilot and Nissan 370Z. Read the full article on:Â Deals of the Week: 528i, Explorer, Pilot, 370Z Coupe by Jeremy Cato on The Globe and Mail website.