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#46 of 213 Early Termination
Jul 18, 2006 (7:51 am)
Car_man, I currently have an F-150 lease and it is up on Jan 2, 2007. The end date for early termination is Dec 31,2006. Do you think that I would be able to get Ford to stretch the date just by 2 days? Also, has anybody ever had luck with this before? I had a truck lined up and excellent payments but as we were signing papers the dealer realized their mistake and now im stuck...again.
Jul 18, 2006 (7:57 am)
When I was at my Ford dealer I was quoted the followin g(just for general info)
06 fully loaded Lariat 4x4 with 20s, Heated Seats, Moon, Runningboards, everything less audiophile for $408 a month x 24/12k and also a King ranch 4x4 all options less 20s for $418 x 24/12k. These are with 6.5 sales tax and ~750 due at inception. Just plates, first months and acq fee. Also these are A-plan/employee prices.
#48 of 213 Re: Early Termination [mr_anton89]
by Car_man HOST
Aug 24, 2006 (2:51 am)
Hi mr_anton89. My first impression is that you probably will not be able to take advantage of Ford's early lease termination program, but it definitely never hurts to ask. Speak with a dealer or two and see if they can do anything for you.
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#49 of 213 2007 ford f150 supercab lease
Jan 10, 2007 (6:55 pm)
hello, i was wondering if you could help me out with a monthly price for this vehicle?
2007 f150 xlt supercab 4x4 msrp 34020
negociated price 30364(invoice)
rcl rebate -2500
rcl rebate -750
college program -500
american quarter horse assoc. -500
auto show rebate -500
i am a returning red carpet leasee
24 month lease no money down with 12000 miles a year
#50 of 213 Re: 2007 ford f150 supercab lease [jbd2]
by Car_man HOST
Jan 11, 2007 (4:08 am)
I would be happy to work up a sample lease payment on this truck for you, jbd2. According to my calculations, if you were to lease a 2007 Ford F-150 Super Cab XLT 4WD that has an MSRP of $34,020 and an amazing selling price of $25,614 after rebates through Ford Credit right now for 24 months with 12,000 miles per year, your zero down, pre-tax monthly payment would be around $273.
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#51 of 213 Re: 2007 ford f150 supercab lease [Car_man]
Jan 11, 2007 (4:48 pm)
wow thanks for the fast response. could you include the calculations that you came up with. i want to be prepared when i turn my truck in next month. i know they'll try to get me some for some extra fees and stuff. thanks jbd2
#52 of 213 Re: 2007 ford f150 supercab lease [Car_man]
Jan 11, 2007 (5:13 pm)
also could you figure this truck also: 2007 f150 supercrew xlt 4x4 msrp 36235 (minus 1000 tow and go rebate)
selling price 32358(invoice)
rcl rebate 2500
college rebate 500
aqha rebate 500
auto show rebate 500
sign and drive no money down
#53 of 213 2007 Ford F-150 FX-4 Lease
Jan 12, 2007 (10:28 am)
Car Man: I am looking at a 2007 F-150 Supercrew 4x4 FX-4 with a MSRP of $38,376 and invoice of $35,097. It looks like Ford is offering $3000 lease cash under program #11246. What would the lease payments be assuming the above information is correct on a 36 month lease at 15,000 miles per year figured on a purchase price of $33,000..Thanks for your help
#54 of 213 2007 Ford F-150 XLT Supercab 4X4 Lease info request
Jan 21, 2007 (8:45 pm)
Does anyone have any of the details behind the $249 a month (36 month term) with $1999 due at lease signing on these vehicles?
I live in Indiana if that matters. If no one knows the details, then does anyone know what Ford uses for the residual value and lease rate on this vehicle. I am interested in the lowest mileage option (10,500 miles).
Thanks in advance for any info.
#55 of 213 2007 F150 4X4 Supercrew Lariot
Feb 03, 2007 (7:42 am)
Thanks in advance for your help.
I am looking to lease. 15K miles 3 years. The Invoice Price is 39K. It looks like they have a 3K rebate. They also have a lease deal going on. I'm not sure about the specifics of it though.
Can you tell me around what type of payment I should be looking for with 0 down, great credit?