I recently purchased a low mileage vehicle from Gage. I was treated as if I was a long time returning customer. I purchased the vehicle online and Gage made the overall experience a breeze Thank you Gage and Performance Ford. PS. I enjoyed my visit to the SLC area, that I am considering re-location. Louie
Awesome car for the money
by Damon B from Whittier, Ca
December 31, 2018
Save money on gas! Buying this car has proven to be a great benefit if you are looking for MPG. The car is a perfect size for getting around town and has a smooth ride.
I buy most of my vehicles from the Used Car Supermarket. I tell them what car I'm looking for and they find it for me. Very fast and easy to deal with.
Started out awesome now it is mediocre.
by Andy918 from Dewey, Oklahoma
October 25, 2018
When we purchased our 2015 Fusion Energy, it was incredible, though priced a little high it got 80 plus mpg., we live in Oklahoma so the terrain is mild and that helped. In 2017 my mpg. Dropped to 69.9 mpg. So I took it to the shop they said the battery cooling fan went out and than said they performed a software update which seemed good, but 3 days latter I noticed my car got about 50 mpg, they said reset it, so I did, Then it dropped to 45.5, I complained and brought it to them, they insisted that it must have been miscalibrated originally’but wouldn’t that be fraud’, so this thing has been in the shop many times and now I get 39.9 mpg and fill up a lot Now we have 70k miles and are going to trade it while the warranty exists. This 45k car is worth 14k and still beautiful. We bought it for mileage for way more than the gas model and got ripped off by Ford.
Was a great dealership to work with. Was able to find something In really good condition and Was was super clean. There prices are great too. They took good care of us. I would recommend them.
Most luxurious and economical; but.....
by jeberly from West Texas
November 14, 2018
Car being the Energi has a lot of internal bells and whistles and luxury built in, and if you do plug it in constantly it's a green car worthy of driving. But there is the trade off. The cost to charge is not that much less than gas and with gas you double the trunk. With solar or updated batteries that would get you more than 20 miles this would be a game changer. But one has to calculate what you want if your sole consideration is money or being green. Going hybrid might have been better....more trunk and not that much of a hit in gas. That said I like the tech on the car and with wind playing so much of the source of electricity where I am....I feel I am doing my part to help the environment.
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