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2015 F-150 Lease Questions

gobluejdgobluejd Posts: 41
edited May 2015 in Ford
It appears they now have leaseing numbers for the 2105 F150 when you build one on the site. Is it possible to get those numbers?

Specifically:

Lariat, 4x4' supercab and crewcab. 16,500 miles @ 3 years.
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  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 148,736
    gobluejd said:

    It appears they now have leaseing numbers for the 2105 F150 when you build one on the site. Is it possible to get those numbers?

    Specifically:

    Lariat, 4x4' supercab and crewcab. 16,500 miles @ 3 years.


    We don't have any F-150 information, sorry.

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  • Thanks for replying! How can I found out when they are released? Is this something you monitor? I don't want to bug you too much :-)
  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 148,736
    gobluejd said:

    Thanks for replying! How can I found out when they are released? Is this something you monitor? I don't want to bug you too much :-)


    The numbers are out there.. it's just that we don't have them. We don't really control the flow of information, we just receive it, when we get it.

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  • OK thanks. If you get them, will you please post here. This is the only thing I am waiting on to decide which F150 I get!!!!

    Thanks again!
  • Any official numbers yet?
  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 148,736
    gobluejd said:

    It appears they now have leaseing numbers for the 2105 F150 when you build one on the site. Is it possible to get those numbers?

    Specifically:

    Lariat, 4x4' supercab and crewcab. 16,500 miles @ 3 years.


    2.25% APR for the SuperCab
    3.50% APR for the CrewCab

    Never did get the residuals..

    New program comes out on Tuesday... hopefully, we'll have numbers shortly after that.

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    Edmunds Moderator

  • Any updates?
  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 148,736
    gobluejd said:

    It appears they now have leaseing numbers for the 2105 F150 when you build one on the site. Is it possible to get those numbers?

    Specifically:

    Lariat, 4x4' supercab and crewcab. 16,500 miles @ 3 years.


    57% residual for the Supercab, 60% for the Crewcab.

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    Edmunds Moderator

  • Thanks! Is it still $500 lease renewal?
  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 148,736
    gobluejd said:

    Thanks! Is it still $500 lease renewal?


    I don't show it, but my info is limited in regards to incentives.

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  • coco135coco135 Posts: 12
    i am trying to figure out the "Rent charge" on a 2 year lease 10,500 miles per year
    California tax 9%

    2015 lariat f150, MSRP 56210, Negotiated down to 50020 + 645 acquisition fee

    On the deal details it says 1,728 rent charge.

    The Money factor is 2% and residual is 67% = 37660

    Does the 1728 make sense?

  • coco135coco135 Posts: 12
    i am putting 2k down and deserve a 750 rebate from ford
  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 148,736
    coco135 said:

    i am trying to figure out the "Rent charge" on a 2 year lease 10,500 miles per year
    California tax 9%

    2015 lariat f150, MSRP 56210, Negotiated down to 50020 + 645 acquisition fee

    On the deal details it says 1,728 rent charge.

    The Money factor is 2% and residual is 67% = 37660

    Does the 1728 make sense?


    The rent charge is the total amount of finance charges for the lease term.. $1728/24 = $72/mo.

    ($50665 + 37660) X .00083 MF = $73.60..

    I converted the APR to a money factor for calculation purposes... it's not an exact conversion.... but, it looks pretty close...

    You don't pay that $1728 separately... it's in the monthly lease payment.

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  • coco135coco135 Posts: 12
    edited January 2015
    Thank you, so how does that deal looks??

    I am in california 9% tax
    2015 lariat 4x2 supercrew with lots of options
    MSRP 55015+Destination 1195 =56,210
    Ford built-in discount -2000 = 54210
    Final negotiated price = 50020
    gross cap cost = 50020+Acquisition fee 645 =50665
    2 year lease with 10,500 miles per year, Residual 67% = 37660 (56210-33%)
    APR or money factor 2% or 0.000833

    Reg fee = 487
    Ca tire fee = 8.75
    upfront tax= 124.84
    doc fees= 80
    other fees= 56.2 (electronic filing, smog fee, doc tax)

    Monthly payment 556.09 + 50.05 tax =606.14
    Cash down 2000
    Rebate 750 = (total 2750)

    Thanks again!
  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 148,736
    coco135 said:

    Thank you, so how does that deal looks??

    I am in california 9% tax
    2015 lariat 4x2 supercrew with lots of options
    MSRP 55015+Destination 1195 =56,210
    Ford built-in discount -2000 = 54210
    Final negotiated price = 50020
    gross cap cost = 50020+Acquisition fee 645 =50665
    2 year lease with 10,500 miles per year, Residual 67% = 37660 (56210-33%)
    APR or money factor 2% or 0.000833

    Reg fee = 487
    Ca tire fee = 8.75
    upfront tax= 124.84
    doc fees= 80
    other fees= 56.2 (electronic filing, smog fee, doc tax)

    Monthly payment 556.09 + 50.05 tax =606.14
    Cash down 2000
    Rebate 750 = (total 2750)

    Thanks again!


    I really don't have any knowledge on selling prices for F-150s.. If you think the selling price is good, then everything else looks good.

    But, 36 month residuals are only 5% less... Seems like you could save a lot by going for the longer term. Even with the higher money factor, would probably save $50/mo.

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  • coco135coco135 Posts: 12
    Yes, payments are lower for 36 months but i don't want to be tied up for 3 years on that truck. Thank you so much for taking the time to review my deal, on my way to sign ;)
  • Current rates for 15K, 36 months, F150 crewcab, lariat 4x4? Also when do new rates come out?
  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 148,736
    gobluejd said:

    Current rates for 15K, 36 months, F150 crewcab, lariat 4x4? Also when do new rates come out?


    3.50% APR and 61% residual

    Current program is through 03/31/15

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  • Thank you!
  • save1982save1982 Posts: 38
    edited February 2015
    Do you have the lease rates on a 2015 F150 Crewcab 4x4 XLT 5.0 36/12
  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 148,736
    save1982 said:

    Do you have the lease rates on a 2015 F150 Crewcab 4x4 XLT 5.0 36/12


    3.50% APR and 63% residual

    Did you get a good deal? Be sure to come back and share!

    Edmunds Moderator

  • Quick question. When calculating the MRSP, my truck has a final MRSP of $51025 that includes a $750 package discount. So before the package discount the total MRSP is $51775. When dealer calculates my lease he is using the $51775 and not the final $51025. Should he not be using the FINAL MRSP? The discount is within the sticker, IE not a rebate.
  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 148,736
    gobluejd said:

    Quick question. When calculating the MRSP, my truck has a final MRSP of $51025 that includes a $750 package discount. So before the package discount the total MRSP is $51775. When dealer calculates my lease he is using the $51775 and not the final $51025. Should he not be using the FINAL MRSP? The discount is within the sticker, IE not a rebate.

    You want the dealer to use the higher MSRP... because the only thing that the MSRP is used for is calculating the residual. Higher MSRP = Higher residual = lower depreciation = lower lease payment.

    This is typical for Ford and is to your advantage..

    Did you get a good deal? Be sure to come back and share!

    Edmunds Moderator

  • Ahhhh yes now I see. Thought they were trying to pull a quick one. Thanks for the reply!
  • bananaerobananaero Posts: 123
    edited February 2015
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  • gobluejdgobluejd Posts: 41
    Has lease number changed at all for this month? Same as my last post.
  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 148,736
    gobluejd said:

    Has lease number changed at all for this month? Same as my last post.

    No.... Ford updates quarterly..

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  • xris1xris1 Posts: 3
    How do you deal with a trade in when signing a new lease? FX4 2013 33K Loaded offering $34K for it. But not sure how they figure the lease with a trade. 55400 for the new one payment 650 for 3 years. Giving back $6600 cash.
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 141,280
    xris1 said:

    How do you deal with a trade in when signing a new lease? FX4 2013 33K Loaded offering $34K for it. But not sure how they figure the lease with a trade. 55400 for the new one payment 650 for 3 years. Giving back $6600 cash.

    A trade in works the same on a lease as it does on a purchase. Do you have positive or negative equity? If positive equity, we would recommend having the dealer cut you a check for that amount, rather than using it as a down payment on a new lease. If the truck is stolen or totaled, you lose that money.

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  • xris1xris1 Posts: 3
    Michaell said:

    xris1 said:

    How do you deal with a trade in when signing a new lease? FX4 2013 33K Loaded offering $34K for it. But not sure how they figure the lease with a trade. 55400 for the new one payment 650 for 3 years. Giving back $6600 cash.

    A trade in works the same on a lease as it does on a purchase. Do you have positive or negative equity? If positive equity, we would recommend having the dealer cut you a check for that amount, rather than using it as a down payment on a new lease. If the truck is stolen or totaled, you lose that money.
    They will cut a check for 6600 to me. So giving about 31K for the trade in.
  • xris1xris1 Posts: 3
    kyfdx said:

    gobluejd said:

    Quick question. When calculating the MRSP, my truck has a final MRSP of $51025 that includes a $750 package discount. So before the package discount the total MRSP is $51775. When dealer calculates my lease he is using the $51775 and not the final $51025. Should he not be using the FINAL MRSP? The discount is within the sticker, IE not a rebate.

    You want the dealer to use the higher MSRP... because the only thing that the MSRP is used for is calculating the residual. Higher MSRP = Higher residual = lower depreciation = lower lease payment.

    This is typical for Ford and is to your advantage..
    So what happens to the rebates ??? Where does the $750 go??

  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 148,736
    xris1 said:

    kyfdx said:

    gobluejd said:

    Quick question. When calculating the MRSP, my truck has a final MRSP of $51025 that includes a $750 package discount. So before the package discount the total MRSP is $51775. When dealer calculates my lease he is using the $51775 and not the final $51025. Should he not be using the FINAL MRSP? The discount is within the sticker, IE not a rebate.

    You want the dealer to use the higher MSRP... because the only thing that the MSRP is used for is calculating the residual. Higher MSRP = Higher residual = lower depreciation = lower lease payment.

    This is typical for Ford and is to your advantage..
    So what happens to the rebates ??? Where does the $750 go??


    It's not a rebate.... it's just a lower sticker price and invoice from the manufacturer.

    Did you get a good deal? Be sure to come back and share!

    Edmunds Moderator

  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 141,280
    xris1 said:

    Michaell said:

    xris1 said:

    How do you deal with a trade in when signing a new lease? FX4 2013 33K Loaded offering $34K for it. But not sure how they figure the lease with a trade. 55400 for the new one payment 650 for 3 years. Giving back $6600 cash.

    A trade in works the same on a lease as it does on a purchase. Do you have positive or negative equity? If positive equity, we would recommend having the dealer cut you a check for that amount, rather than using it as a down payment on a new lease. If the truck is stolen or totaled, you lose that money.
    They will cut a check for 6600 to me. So giving about 31K for the trade in.
    Perfect!

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  • dimitri5dimitri5 Posts: 12
    Hello. Does anyone have the residual and money factor for a 2015 F-150 XLT
    SuperCab, 6-1/2' Box with 1. the 3.5L EcoBoost and 2. the 5.0L V8? 15k miles/year, 24 month term. Thank you!
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 141,280
    dimitri5 said:

    Hello. Does anyone have the residual and money factor for a 2015 F-150 XLT
    SuperCab, 6-1/2' Box with 1. the 3.5L EcoBoost and 2. the 5.0L V8? 15k miles/year, 24 month term. Thank you!

    .25% MF for 24 months; 58% for 24/15 RWD and 63% 24/15 for the 4x4.

    Engine choice does not impact the numbers.

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  • dimitri5dimitri5 Posts: 12
    Just to clarify ...  Do you mean .25% MF as in .0025 MF = 6% APR? I feel like I'm wrong because that seems awfully high. 
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 141,280
    dimitri5 said:

    Just to clarify ...  Do you mean .25% MF as in .0025 MF = 6% APR? I feel like I'm wrong because that seems awfully high. 

    No .. Ford expresses their MF as a percentage. Divide by 2400 to get the actual decimal value MF - .00010

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  • dimitri5dimitri5 Posts: 12
    Much appreciated. Thanks. Just for my knowledge, normally one divides the APR by 2400 to obtain the MF as a decimal, correct? Would it be correct to say Ford is offering .25% APR in theory?
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 141,280
    dimitri5 said:

    Much appreciated. Thanks. Just for my knowledge, normally one divides the APR by 2400 to obtain the MF as a decimal, correct? Would it be correct to say Ford is offering .25% APR in theory?

    I don't think it's a true apples-to-apples comparison with a loan interest rate, given that the interest isn't applied against the entire amount borrowed.

    But, the 2400 conversion factor is useful for taking a money factor and converting it to an interest rate.

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  • dimitri5dimitri5 Posts: 12
    edited March 2015
    Thank you! Also, I'm not questioning credibility, but can I ask where these numbers are published? If I walk into a dealer and the MF is different, do I have anyway to support the one you provided? I know they change based on the bank, are these the lowest MFs from the lowest bank Ford uses? 
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 141,280
    dimitri5 said:

    Thank you! Also, I'm not questioning credibility, but can I ask where these numbers are published? If I walk into a dealer and the MF is different, do I have anyway to support the one you provided? I know they change based on the bank, are these the lowest MFs from the lowest bank Ford uses? 

    These numbers are not published publicly, and represent the base rate for tier 1 credit from Ford.

    If the dealer is inflating the MF, politely but firmly explain to them that you won't sign a deal. Plenty of Ford dealers to choose from.

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  • pcullen1pcullen1 Posts: 30
    Could I please get interest rate/money factor and residual on an XLT Supercrew 4x2 and 4x4. 36/10,500 miles.

    Does Ford have better pricing on different terms? I've leased with other companies but never Ford.

    thank you,
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 141,280
    pcullen1 said:

    Could I please get interest rate/money factor and residual on an XLT Supercrew 4x2 and 4x4. 36/10,500 miles.

    Does Ford have better pricing on different terms? I've leased with other companies but never Ford.

    thank you,

    3.50% MF and 62% for 36/10.5 on the 4x2.

    Add 2% to the residual for the 4x4.

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  • I'm looking at a 2015 F150 Platinum...sticker is 62K. I wanted to do a 36 month lease...what is the residual and money factor available? What is the extra cost for mileage...the web shows 10,000 per year but I would like 18,000 or so? I need to help to know what a good deal is?
  • it is a 4x4 as well...Thanks!!!
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 141,280

    I'm looking at a 2015 F150 Platinum 4x4...sticker is 62K. I wanted to do a 36 month lease...what is the residual and money factor available? What is the extra cost for mileage...the web shows 10,000 per year but I would like 18,000 or so? I need to help to know what a good deal is?

    What cab style? MF and residual vary based on that.

    Ford is one of the few manufacturers to publish residuals for 18K per year.

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  • It's a supercrew
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 141,280
    Michaell said:
    I'm looking at a 2015 F150 Platinum 4x4...sticker is 62K. I wanted to do a 36 month lease...what is the residual and money factor available? What is the extra cost for mileage...the web shows 10,000 per year but I would like 18,000 or so? I need to help to know what a good deal is?
    What cab style? MF and residual vary based on that. Ford is one of the few manufacturers to publish residuals for 18K per year.
    It's a supercrew
    3.50% MF and 59% for 36/18

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  • xo1xo1xo1xo1 Posts: 16
    edited March 2015
    how about 36months 12K for platinum supercrew 4x4
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 141,280
    xo1xo1 said:

    how about 36months 12K for platinum supercrew 4x4

    3.50% and 63% residual for 36/12

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