jlsoaz
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Lease terms on FFE?

Fri Aug 24, 2012 8:58 pm

Has anyone leased a Ford Focus Electric? What terms/monthly costs? I was quoted roughly between $600 and $700 per month including California taxes when I called a dealer there, depending on if a 36 month or 24 month lease.

Most of the competition has come down dramatically over the last few quarters and presently with model-year-end clearance Chevy they are below $400 per month for 24 month leases, including taxes and fees.

brianw
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Re: Lease terms on FFE?

Thu Oct 18, 2012 9:22 am

I delivered one on Saturday, customer qualified for 7500 rebate and put 5000 down, his monthly payments was around 250.00 including city tax...


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dmspen
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Re: Lease terms on FFE?

Fri Nov 09, 2012 11:19 am

I picked my 2012 FFE lease yesterday at Towne Ford in Redwood City CA.
After FORD incentives, the capitalized lease price was about $27,000. This worked out to $299/month at the 12,000 level with leather interior. DOn't forget to apply for the CA incentive!

jlsoaz
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Re: Lease terms on FFE?

Fri Nov 09, 2012 5:32 pm

dmspen wrote:I picked my 2012 FFE lease yesterday at Towne Ford in Redwood City CA.
After FORD incentives, the capitalized lease price was about $27,000. This worked out to $299/month at the 12,000 level with leather interior. DOn't forget to apply for the CA incentive!
Hi -

How long is your obligation? Is the $299 per month what you're actually paying each month?

This is a great-looking price, but is also a little bittersweet for me to look at. I gave up on waiting for Ford to get around to offering the vehicle in my area in Arizona, and at a truly excellent lease price such as you found, and went with a Nissan Leaf, even though I would have preferred the Ford with its seemingly better thermal management system.

GTOGreg
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Re: Lease terms on FFE?

Sun Nov 18, 2012 9:44 pm

Picking it up tomorrow. It's a 2012 and likely one of the last 12's in CA. Leather seats/std white. 36 mos. 10.5K mi/yr. $2800 down and $217/mo. CA tax included. Hopefully this is a good deal. Just the back of paper calculation it pays for itself over the older BMW 740iL it replaces. Will be happy to get the HOV sticker! I think I read they're good through 1/1/2015? Going to apply for the CA incentive tomorrow. Loading up my droid apps and I just ordered the Schneider CL2 charger at Home Depot. I didn't start thinking of all this until Saturday morning, so this has all come about very quickly. Very excited about EV'ing!

jlsoaz
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Re: Lease terms on FFE?

Mon Nov 19, 2012 7:48 am

GTOGreg wrote:Picking it up tomorrow. It's a 2012 and likely one of the last 12's in CA. Leather seats/std white. 36 mos. 10.5K mi/yr. $2800 down and $217/mo. CA tax included. Hopefully this is a good deal. Just the back of paper calculation it pays for itself over the older BMW 740iL it replaces. Will be happy to get the HOV sticker! I think I read they're good through 1/1/2015? Going to apply for the CA incentive tomorrow. Loading up my droid apps and I just ordered the Schneider CL2 charger at Home Depot. I didn't start thinking of all this until Saturday morning, so this has all come about very quickly. Very excited about EV'ing!
Sounds like a really good deal, even with the decent-sized up-front payment. I would have gone for it in a second if Ford had made something like it available in my area, but they didn't, so I settled for a decent Leaf lease deal.

pilotgeek
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Re: Lease terms on FFE?

Mon Nov 19, 2012 11:15 am

Just picked mine up over the weekend.

2012, platinum metallic white, leather seats
$2556 down (so $56 after the rebate), $208/mo (including tax, etc), 12k mi/yr, 36 mo.

Seems there are still quite a few 12's to be had.

Regards,
Neal

GTOGreg
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Re: Lease terms on FFE?

Mon Nov 19, 2012 3:13 pm

jlsoaz wrote:
GTOGreg wrote:Picking it up tomorrow. It's a 2012 and likely one of the last 12's in CA. Leather seats/std white. 36 mos. 10.5K mi/yr. $2800 down and $217/mo. CA tax included. Hopefully this is a good deal. Just the back of paper calculation it pays for itself over the older BMW 740iL it replaces. Will be happy to get the HOV sticker! I think I read they're good through 1/1/2015? Going to apply for the CA incentive tomorrow. Loading up my droid apps and I just ordered the Schneider CL2 charger at Home Depot. I didn't start thinking of all this until Saturday morning, so this has all come about very quickly. Very excited about EV'ing!
Sounds like a really good deal, even with the decent-sized up-front payment. I would have gone for it in a second if Ford had made something like it available in my area, but they didn't, so I settled for a decent Leaf lease deal.

The upfront is offset with CA incentive as well, so effectively it's $300 out of pocket. Extremely happy with the deal, it's basically free compared to what I was driving!

mla3
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Re: Lease terms on FFE?

Sun Nov 25, 2012 8:24 pm

pilotgeek wrote:Just picked mine up over the weekend.

2012, platinum metallic white, leather seats
$2556 down (so $56 after the rebate), $208/mo (including tax, etc), 12k mi/yr, 36 mo.

Seems there are still quite a few 12's to be had.

Regards,
Neal
Neal, this looks like a great deal. What dealership did you use?

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