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Ford Raises Sticker Prices by $125

Ford has once again raised MSRP prices across its model line.

This marks the third time Ford has raised prices this year, with the latest increse adding an average of $124 or 0.4% to the sticker price.

Ford claims rapidly rising commodity costs has forced it to raise prices.

Jumps in commodity and structural costs of $2 billion in 2011 will be passed onto consumers.

But expect few grumbles, as Ford has been giving consumers what they want: better quality cars.

How much of a price increase can Ford get away with, especially with GM and surging Chrysler nipping at its heels?

Probably not much, as Ford's recent successes have hinged on small, fuel-efficient cars with hotly competitive base prices.

If you're in the market to buy a Ford, you can take advantage by purchasing a car manufactured before the price increase.






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