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Ford Focus, Ford Focus SVT, Car Leasing, Hatchback, Sedan, Wagon
#11 of 98 Re: help with lease on a 2007 Focus wagon [Car_man]
Oct 11, 2006 (5:27 am)
Thanks, yes it was 3.5% for a 36mo/12k lease.
#12 of 98 How good is my deal?
Jan 03, 2007 (2:56 pm)
I was just quoted for a 24 Month lease, $0 Down, ZX5 SES with Automatic Transmission + Safety package, 10,500 mpy for $238/ month OTD.
I have the X-plan and I am a recent college grad but I don't know how much difference that made in the number game. What do you guys think?
#13 of 98 Re: How good is my deal? [imacyco]
Jan 11, 2007 (3:11 am)
Hi imacyco. The fact that you are able to purchase this vehicle through Ford's X-Plan means that you are getting a good price on it. This is a pretty nice car for $238 per month with nothing down for only 24 months. I would be more than happy to use Ford Credit's actual lease program double check the lease payment that you were quoted if you provide me with this car's full MSRP and selling price.
Prices Paid Forum
May 23, 2007 (6:50 am)
There are 3 rebates that are going on right now that total up to $3500.
1) $2500 Rebate
2) College Student $500
3) Ford Financing $500
Is it possible and realistic to expect all 3 of these rebates?
Also, how much can I expect to get for a trade-in?
#15 of 98 Re: Combined Rebates? [cenerhimself]
May 26, 2007 (3:44 am)
As far as I know, you can receive all three rebates if you have the proper papers to show you are a college grad. As far as "how much can I expect for a trade-in???... I suggest you go over to the trade-in forum and it would HELP if you stated what kind of vehicle, year, mileage, condition, etc. No one can give you an estimate without DETAILS!!!
#16 of 98 Re: Combined Rebats? [cenerhimself]
Jun 08, 2007 (1:49 am)
Hello cenerhimself. Unfortunately neither the $2,500 customer cash nor the $500 Ford Credit finance bonus are available on vehicles that are leased through Ford Credit. The only cash incentives that you would be eligible for on a lease of this car are $500 lease cash and the college student bonus.
Prices Paid Forum
Apr 22, 2008 (12:43 pm)
I'm in NYC and interested in the Focus lease deal that is going on here (and possibly elsewhere. Here are the terms :
Stk #FU81101, VIN #8W109834, 4 cyl., auto, a/c, p/ABS/winds/lks, am/fm cd, cloth int., traction control, ambient interior lighting, Sirius
satellite radio, MSRP: $17,445.
$3574† due at signing (incl. $0 sec dep) + tax, tags & mv fees.
†Down pymt/1st mo pymt/sec dep/bank fee /Total pymts/residual: $2880/$99/$0/$595/$2376/$10,816
leases include 10,500 mi./yr w/.20c per mi. thereafter. All prices are plus tags & taxes.
this all seems fine to me, except the $595 bank fee. Ive never leased, only bought, and never a brand new vehicle (usually certified used). $595 seems like a lot to me.
can anyone share experiences with bank fees, or even better, with this particular lease deal? thanks.
#19 of 98 Focus lease help in CA
Apr 28, 2008 (11:07 am)
I am looking to negotiate a lease for my mother on a 2008 Focus S Coupe or Sedan(No preference). The only thing she cares about is an automatic. She will probably put around 5000-6000 miles on a year if that. Her credit score is in the low 800's. I would like to stay under 2k drive-off. Will someone please let me know what a reasonable monthly payment would be. I know I should be concerned with the residual and money factor, but I just need something short term for my mom since she probably won't be driving for too much longer.
#20 of 98 CURRENT LEASE RATES & RESIDUAL
Jun 09, 2008 (7:45 pm)
Any idea on the current lease rate and residuals on an 08 Focus SES auto, 36 month 10,500 miles per year in the Kansas City area? Thanks.