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#319 of 438 2013 Ford fusion hybrid lease money factor
Nov 24, 2012 (2:46 am)
Hi. I was looking to get a 2013 ford fusion hybrid in Northern California (SF) and was looking to see what a good money factor is for the vehicle. What is the residual value for this car in the SE model for a 36 month lease and 10.5k and 12k miles. I have excellent credit, 785 and was quoted a rate of $438/month for 36 months with $2k down payment. The sale price of the vehicle negotiated was $32,500 including, tax license, and doc fees (out the door). I also have a trade in vehicle that will apply $2500 towards the purchase price. the car salesman quoted me an interest rate on this lease of 5.5%. This monthly payment seems very high to me. Any advice on trying to negotiate it down? I was going to get other lease monthly payment offers to show that I can get more for my money on a $33k vehicle for that sort of monthly payment. What is the dealership's bottom line money factor or best monthly payment that they're likely to offer to someone with my credit? Would a down payment of $5k make a significant dent in my monthly payments? Thanks for your time.
Nov 24, 2012 (8:00 am)
2013 fusion SE with 205a, moon, navi, bliss, 39 month 12k/yr. Sticker $30,734, agreed value $28,675. Gave me $1k incentive and $3773 for my trade. Residual $17,071. $353 per month which also includes the yearly property tax on the vehicle in the monthly payment, which is $3.70 per 1k on the vehicles valuation. Is this an ok deal?
#322 of 438 Re: 2013 Ford fusion hybrid lease money factor [ecodriver07]
Dec 07, 2012 (12:23 pm)
I feel like I'm in the same situation here in So. California. May I ask how this resolved for you?
#323 of 438 Ford lease program for So. California
Dec 07, 2012 (12:27 pm)
Hi, car_man & kyfdx. Thanks for this excellent forum/resource.
Could I please get Ford's current lease program details for a 2013 Fusion Hybrid at 36 mos/12,000 miles?
#324 of 438 Re: 2013 Titanium Fusion [iwantanewcar2]
Dec 14, 2012 (12:31 pm)
I"ve made a $500 deposit (with intent to purchase) on a 2013 Ford Fusion Titanium Hybrid in White Platinum with literally all the options except parking assist. Out the door selling price with a supplier discount (X-Plan) is $35,143.
Your stated MSRP is not an "out-the-door" cost and neither is selling price as these do not include destination fee, misc. admin. fees, tax, etc. However, given that this car has all of the options, a $33,200 selling price seems very attractive and is probably below dealer invoice.
#325 of 438 Re: 2013 Ford fusion hybrid lease money factor [sgl2012]
Dec 14, 2012 (11:53 pm)
Hi. I ended up leasing a lexus es300h instead. the lease terms ford offers aren't very favorable and with the lease payments they were asking, I decided to get a better vehicle with slightly higher payments.
#326 of 438 Re: 2013 Titanium Fusion [dlramon]
Dec 16, 2012 (6:50 pm)
Did they tell you when they were going to start building them and when you'll be able to take delivery? I'm thinking about ordering one in a couple days and was just curious.
#327 of 438 Re: 2013 Titanium Fusion [moviefan]
Dec 17, 2012 (12:23 pm)
I ordered one in August (not the Titanium, just a Hybrid) and was initially told I would get it before the end of October, and then November 7th and then before Thanksgiving and how it's on hold with no ETA -_-
#328 of 438 Re: 2013 Titanium Fusion [iwantanewcar2]
Dec 20, 2012 (10:49 am)
Residual % 57
Residula Value $20,331.90
Sale Price cap cost $33,200.00
Cap And Residual $53,531.90
Money factor 0.00105
Interest charge $56.21
Sub Total $386.16
Tax Rate 6
Tax Fee $23.17