This is a discussion on 2017 FOCUS RS, Nitrous Blue, RS2, moonroof, forged wheels, loaded, 8k miles within the Cars For Sale forums, part of the Focus RS Marketplace category; Selling my 2017 Focus RS Nitrous Blue 7,700 miles as of tonight, but car is daily driven, so expect another 200 miles per week until ...
Selling my 2017 Focus RS
7,700 miles as of tonight, but car is daily driven, so expect another 200 miles per week until sold.
Loaded with RS2 Package, Recaro heated seats, Navigation, Moonroof, 19" forged alloy wheels and Michelin Super Sport Summer tires.
MSRP was $42765
Purchased new, one owner. Adult driven by a middle aged adult, never tracked or raced. Car was driven in a spirited manner, but I never even used the launch control, etc, or the track or drift modes.
Purchased right before Ford announced the head gasket recall, took immediately to dealer and they diagnosed it for a new head. Had a new clutch slave cylinder, and the ECU refresh under warranty (for "drive mode not available" message), per Ford TSB.
Car has 20% Ceramic tint all around, with 70% (almost clear) on the windshield.
Car was always garaged, and most miles are highway miles to and from work (50 mile round trip).
Located in Las Vegas, NV
Clear title in hand.
Looking for $31,700 OBO.
Original purchase/ in-service date was last week of Dec, 2017, so car still has almost 21 months left on factory 3/36 warranty, and another 2 years past that on Ford 5/60 Powertrain Warranty.
If you are a Nevada resident, you should know that there is NO SALES TAX collected by DMV or anyone, on used car PRIVATE PARTY SALES. This alone saves a buyer about $2500, plus no dealer documentation fees, etc, (usually another $500-1k) even if you could find a fully optioned RS with the same low miles, for my asking price. Not sure how this works in other states, but pretty sure in California, that the buyer WILL have to pay CA State Sales Tax when registering the car. Double check your OWN state laws.
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Weekend bump with price drop to $31,500
Will be swapping back to the stock exhaust this week, FYI.
EDIT: exhaust has been swapped back to stock.
Have accepted a full price offer from an out of state buyer, who is picking up the car on the 26th.
Will update this thread when deal is done, or if it falls through.
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