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Old 04-24-2017, 12:36 PM
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Wife got a new ride this weekend. It's a 2017 Exploder limited with every option available including self parking! It's a really weird feeling letting a car parallel park or back into a space on its own lol! $55k sticker price and we walked out the door for $37.3k all said and done including a 5 year protection plan that covers paint scratches, dents, dings, rims, interior, glass etc with unlimited claims and no deductible on that!
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Plans are tint the windows and black wheels then possibly exhaust if we can find something that sounds good and won't void the warranty.
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My god I cant stand it!!!!!!
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Nice ride! I think she will like it.
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Yeah she loves it for sure! I also learned today that it has massaging seats up front

Don't worry newguy there's still a blazer in the family!
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Ok I can understand wanting a nice new vehicle to keep the wife happy. Happy wife Happy life, right? The only thing I see wrong with that whole picture is the Ford badges all over it.
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Meh, a vehicle is only as good as the owners. I've got a F150 and the thing wouldn't leave me to believe I'll have any problems with it anytime soon. My Colorado however is another story...

Nice ride and great price good sir.
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Thats a funny looking blazer
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good thing she doesnt know the truth about fords
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Ok I can understand wanting a nice new vehicle to keep the wife happy. Happy wife Happy life, right? The only thing I see wrong with that whole picture is the Ford badges all over it.
Its funny there have been a few people that told her that so far!

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Meh, a vehicle is only as good as the owners. I've got a F150 and the thing wouldn't leave me to believe I'll have any problems with it anytime soon. My Colorado however is another story...

Nice ride and great price good sir.
Thank you sir!

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Yeah its a bit off huh!

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good thing she doesnt know the truth about fords
HAHA she loves her Furds! She bought her mustang new 11 years ago and never had any issues with it so hopefully this will be the same.
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new rides are always good, unfortunately for ford, they circled the problem. nice looking rides tho.
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