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Ford Explorer, Car Leasing, SUV
#528 of 663 my lease quote
Feb 13, 2013 (2:18 pm)
Just got this lease quote for the XLT with 202A package, around the NY tri-state area
10K per years, 36 months, MSRP: 35825 (with the 2000 incentive included)
With only 1800 drive off money, 425 per month.
Is this a good deal or is there better deals to be had for this truck ? thx
#529 of 663 Re: February Lease Rates [wegba]
Feb 13, 2013 (2:53 pm)
What type of engine is on this vehicle. a v8 or the EcoBoost v6?
#530 of 663 Re: my lease quote [nkf2008]
Feb 13, 2013 (4:19 pm)
I think you are quoted too much. I just got mine in January. Below are the details:
2013 XLT 4WD 3.5L V6 TIVCT
Has the 202A package with rear view, myford touch, voice activated sync, comfort package + Leather, Heated seats, Power lift gate, Voice activated Navigation and some extras.
Total sticker price before rebates and discounts is $39,700.
After applying all discounts the price they are using is about 34,000.
(Included in the discounts is a $1000 discount for Lease conquest...since I was getting out of a competitor lease).
Deal is $395/Month 15K miles per year, 36 months.
Zero down. Total out of pocket is for taxes, DMV, registration and plates = $1950.
Also included was free car service (oil changes etc) for the full term of the lease.
I got this deal at Levittown, Ford
#531 of 663 Re: my lease quote [liman2]
Feb 13, 2013 (7:09 pm)
thanks for sharing, i knew that there are better deals to be had.
#532 of 663 Re: Explorer Base XLT Lease [rjoh1969]
Feb 14, 2013 (11:06 am)
Yeah...I would have loved to get that. We called Ford marketing 3 times but they won't give it to us. We're picking the Explorer up tomorrow.
Feb 15, 2013 (9:40 am)
Can I get the Money Factor and Residual for a 2013 XLT with 10k miles and 39 months in Southern California?
Feb 16, 2013 (1:41 pm)
I've done the math and sounds great to me. Wanted to get your opinion. I do have XPlan:
2013 Explorer Sport
MSRP $51,785 - Almost all options
$2500 in Rebates - Includes 1K in Lease Conquest.
$779 out of pocket for first month, and some fees.
36 Months at 15K/YR
$579 a Month including Tax
Your thoughts are appreciated
#535 of 663 2013 Ford Explorer Sport
Feb 19, 2013 (6:26 pm)
Just began to shop for a Ford Explorer Sport. Based on Nighthawkn117's number I expected a better price than I received. On a 36 month lease with 15k per year with a MRSP of $48,775 No money down except fees and taxes they originally quoted $575 per month. My salesman was new, so even to get this price took them forever. It was based on a discounted price of a little over 46K. I knew this was not reasonable. After another 45 minutes they came back with $560. Since this lease is on a MSRP 3k lower than Nighhawkn's his price of $579 sounds good compared to my $560 which seems like it stinks. Am I missing something? Any thoughts on his numbers or mine?
#536 of 663 Re: 2013 Ford Explorer Sport [qtrhorses]
Feb 19, 2013 (8:39 pm)
Did you read the thread on how to get a good lease deal? What's the residual, what did they do to go from $575 to $560? What's the money factor? What are the fees?
Do you have multiple Ford dealers within a 1-2hours drive? Sit at home on the computer and negotiate with multiple dealers simultaneously over the internet. Don't visit a dealer until they give you every last detail. You have all the negotiation power at home. At the dealer they wear you out with the waiting game.
#537 of 663 Re: 2013 Ford Explorer Sport [paperboyccc]
Feb 20, 2013 (5:30 am)
Hey Paperboy, I have 5 months on my current Audi lease. I went into the dealer to see if they would get me out of my current lease without it costing me anything so I admit I was not prepared. I thought the most important factor on a lease was the purchase price, with residual & MF coming from Ford. After 3 hours and barely any negotiating this time was spent mostly with the saleman and manager by themselves figuring all this out that when I left I didn'teven know what the sales price was that they were using to come up with the $560 let alone residual & MF. I really just wanted to get out of there realizing I needed to do more homework. Good news is I live on Long Island where there's plenty of dealers. I agree with you, I will start with trying to get prices from dealers on the internet. I was checking here to see if anyone recently priced a 36month 15k mile lease on a sport around a 48k MSRP to see what I should expect.