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Dealer lease quote

patricks3patricks3 Posts: 1
edited October 2016 in Ford
Hello,

I received the following "best" offer in northeastern PA:

2017 Ford Fusion Titanium, AWD, 2.0I4
36mo./10,500mi.
MSRP- $35,000
Invoice- $33,171
Sale price- $32,000
Rebate- $2,000
Final price $30,000

$444/mo. nothing out of pocket

Quoted 53% residual and 1.5% lease rate

Any thoughts appreciated.

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  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 148,312
    patricks3 said:

    Hello,

    I received the following "best" offer in northeastern PA:

    2017 Ford Fusion Titanium, AWD, 2.0I4
    36mo./10,500mi.
    MSRP- $35,000
    Invoice- $33,171
    Sale price- $32,000
    Rebate- $2,000
    Final price $30,000

    $444/mo. nothing out of pocket

    Quoted 53% residual and 1.5% lease rate

    Any thoughts appreciated.

    We don't have PA numbers, but in Ohio:
    0.25% APR and 54% residual for 36/10.5K

    Even with your numbers, the price seems high.
    To get to $400+tax, the CAP cost would have to be about $32K.
    Are there $2000 more in charges that you aren't paying upfront?

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