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1Here is my deal....2007 Ford Fusion SEL/AWD MSRP is $29,650.00....Lease deal is 272.82 for 36 Months @ 15K Miles per year. $1250.00 up front cash which was for taxes and some local NJ stuff....I appreciate your help om this.

Tell me what you think, thanks.

Mike.

1$325 cash due at signing.......$266/month

How is this deal? Should it be less.....Thanks

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81Can you get me the residual and money factor numbers for an '07 Fusion V6 AWD(SE and SEL if different)? 3 yr/45k. I am eligible for Ford's fleet pricing(aka X-Plan) and it looks like there is a $1500 retail lease cash rebate + $500 X-plan rebate available).

We were going to wait for an '08, but depending on the resid/money factor the '07 might be a better deal. Just out of curiousity, do you have any idea what the resid/money factor were for the '07 models last year when they came out?

Thanks in advance.

27How's this sound?

Fusion SE I4 - Manual transmission with appearance package and spoiler - $24,412 (Canadian Price). This is the Ford Family Price (regular price is 26,444).

48 month lease - 0.5% interest...works out to $357/month (taxes included)

Residual value is $9,800 (40%)

I'm currently leasing a Freestyle, but my lease is up in March 08. I did the math, and it would be more economical for me to lease the Fusion now (and assume two leases for 6 months) rather than in March when rates may be up to 4.9%.

Normally, this would be a no-brainer, but we're not a 2-car family. Is this deal too sweet to pass up?

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27Regardless of our current car, can this be considered a "good deal"?

We wouldn't get out of our current lease. With 2 kids, we can actually justify 2 vehicles. Terminating the lease early wouldn't make any sense. The residual value is about $6000 more than the blue book value. Thankfully we benefitted with the low monthly payments.

1also i tried to pry more information from them but this was all they were willing to offer. so..does it look like im getting a better deal or am i getting fleeced? also if it sounds ok what sort of hidden fees should i be watching out for? Any advice would help a ton!

26That lease offer just seems to good to be true. Do you know of other rebates they might be including in that price or a super low money factor. I guess my big question is how are they offering such a tempting lease price?? Im worried about gimicks.

22PS they love the car

351What is the current info on the 2008 Mercury Milan V6 Premier, FWD.

I am looking for 36 month, 12k miles/yr, residual, money factor, acquisition fee, and rebates.

Thanks

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16What is Ford's residual & money factor/rate on the 4 cylenders 36 month Lease @ 15,000 year?

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5Second, can someone tell me the money factor and residual rate on a 2008 Ford Fusion SE I4 FWD with a 36 month term and 12k miles?

I am on the X Plan, so I know the cap cost for the exact car I am looking at. The cost (which is non-negotiable) is $20,284 factoring in incentives and options chosen. Now all I need is the residual rate and the money factor (which I don't understand in the least bit - )

Thanks,

Jay

5Lease Equation

Now...I just need to find out the money factor and residual of a 2008 Fusion I4 SE...anyone?

1Lease Factor was 1.5% and a residual of 55%.

MSRP is about $25k, $2,000 down + tax/fees, monthly payment would be $272.

How does that look?

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2The estimated monthly payment with $3,000 down is $324/month. I have never leased before and I am not sure if this is a good deal or not, or whether $3k down is too much for this car.

If anyone has any feedback please let me know. Thanks!

107213141I new to leasing finance so I'll include details that might allow you to form an opinion concerning a dealer's 3 yr/36,000 mile lease offer. I'm using the x plan.

2008 Ford Fusion SEL FWD. There are a lot of options. I won't include them here. The MSRP is 26660.00. The x plan price is 24926.94, Cap cost is 23926.94. Residual value is 14663. Depreciation is 9263.94. Rent charge is 2041. Total base payment 11305.08 /36 = 314.03 + 18.84 monthly sales tax = 332.87

The dealer did a credit check and said I qualified for 1.9% financing. I don't know if this has anything to do with the number grid Ford posts under Rebates and Incentives. Any opinions would be appreciated.

Thanks again. Brett.