$3k down, 12k miles/year, $223/month w/ taxes, 3 year lease, leather (custom), white exterior
Thank you for others posting their lease numbers by the way. Gave me a good feeling of confidence I got decent deal even after shopping it around to 5+ dealers in San Diego.
As far as the contract goes, I could use some help from people who are better at this than I am.
1) I asked about 4 different ways but the F&I lady wouldn't/couldn't give me a straight answer. Sounds like GAP Insurance is built into this quote and "there is no way to remove it" according to her. That true??!!! I don't see it as a line item so I believe the built into the quote part, but I can't believe there's no way to remove it
2) I tried to get a deal on ford's wearcare. They were going to charge $750 something and wouldn't budge off the price. Y'all find dealers not budging from their price either? The $750 was crazy high and I was trying for $400. I would have taken $450 if she could have moved. But she stood firm. Any after market insurance companies that people know of which offer this type of thing?
3) Section 11, middle right .. acquisition fee = $645. What be that? She had her beat around the bush look when I asked her about this one too.
4) They were trying to beat a quote from another dealer and did not have leather on the lot. So they threw in what I would call an after market custom leather job. They gave me like 100+ swatch colors to choose from and they'll have a "west coast customs" type place put leather on the seats for me. Apparently they rip out the cloth and replace with leather. Any one else ever have a bad/good experience with that type of work? I'm fearing stitches coming apart year 2 and I have no one to yell at b/c the custom place has a 1 year warranty. In the least will my seat heaters still be as good as they were after the work is done?
Overall still a very good experience from Ken Grody Ford in Carlsbad, CA