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  • What are 2014 Ford Fusion SE Hybrid residuals and money factors for August, 36 months, 16K and 18k miles?

  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 35,127

    @wjtoniss said:

    What are 2014 Ford Fusion SE Hybrid residuals and money factors for August, 36 months, 16K and 18k miles?

    The residual is 53% for 16.5K/yr and 52% for 18K/yr.

    Money factor varies widely by region.. what state?

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  • New York city

  • Does the residual and money factor change with a Z-Plan lease, or is it all the same? The Money Factor for us is New York City

  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 15,480

    @wjtoniss said:
    Does the residual and money factor change with a Z-Plan lease, or is it all the same? The Money Factor for us is New York City

    36 month MF for Fusion Hybrid is 2.50%.

    I don't believe there is a difference in MF for Z-plan.

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  • bpark13bpark13 Posts: 1

    I'm looking for numbers on a 2014 Fusion Hybrid SE. Northern Illinois. 36 mo. 10k and 12k mile options. MF and Residual. And thank you in advance!

  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 15,480

    @bpark13 said:
    I'm looking for numbers on a 2014 Fusion Hybrid SE. Northern Illinois. 36 mo. 10k and 12k mile options. MF and Residual. And thank you in advance!

    3.75% MF and $0 lease cash. 56% and 57% residual.

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  • fourseam_fastfourseam_fast long beachPosts: 1
    edited January 14
    What are available incentive right now (January 2015) for 2015 Ford Fusion Hybrid in SoCal area?

    I think I can get total $3000 for buying in cash.
    Or get $1000 rebate and 0% APR for 60 months. This seems to exclude that $1000 Switch rebate.
    Does $1000 Switch rebate also apply to the 0%APR?

    Also looks like Ford is doing Lease Conquest rebate so people like me who are leasing competitive product will get $750 rebate for getting a Ford Fusion.

    Can you help me determine maximum rebate I can get for 2015 Ford Fusion Hybrid?

    If I know the maximum rebate, I think I can assume good price to negotiate. Probably invoice price of the car minus about $500~1000 (considering holdbacks) and minus all the rebates I can get.

    So I am looking for SE trim without additional options with MSRP around $28140 including destination charge. From Edmunds, TMV is $26,392. With $3750 maximum rebate if I am buying cash and negotiate down $500~$1000 considering holdbacks, I think I can shoot for $21,642~22,142 before tax, title and registration.

    Am I too hopeful?
  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 35,127
    We don't have information on how the incentives stack.

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  • personatechpersonatech Posts: 103
    Our local dealer has a '14 FFH SE w/Tech, Moonroof, 502A package, White Platinum, 18" wheels, 389 miles $34425 MSRP. Considering that the '16s are beginning to hit the lots, what would be a reasonable offer for this car? Edmunds suggests $31,280 for this car before incentives but, given that they suggest a $30,522 market price for a comparably-equipped '15, that's obviously way too high (the '14 does carry an additional $1000 incentive, though). Suggestions?
  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 35,127

    Our local dealer has a '14 FFH SE w/Tech, Moonroof, 502A package, White Platinum, 18" wheels, 389 miles $34425 MSRP. Considering that the '16s are beginning to hit the lots, what would be a reasonable offer for this car? Edmunds suggests $31,280 for this car before incentives but, given that they suggest a $30,522 market price for a comparably-equipped '15, that's obviously way too high (the '14 does carry an additional $1000 incentive, though). Suggestions?

    I show $4000 in purchase incentives... no clue on discount from MSRP, however..

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