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2019 Ford Mustang lease RV and MF

sebrhosebrho Posts: 30
edited March 11 in Ford
Looking for the RV and MF values for the 2019 Mustang Ecoboost coupe with 10 speed automatic transmission, 101A, and Performance Package, MSRP $33,580.

 Looking for 24 month and 36 month numbers at 12000 miles per year.

 RV and MF values for California. Thanks!

 (What about RV & MF of 2019 Mustang Premium EB w/10 spd auto, 201A, & Perf Pack - 24 & 36 months @12000 mpy? MSRP $38,785.)

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  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 131,136
    sebrho said:

    Looking for the RV and MF values for the 2019 Mustang Ecoboost coupe with 10 speed automatic transmission, 101A, and Performance Package, MSRP $33,580.

     Looking for 24 month and 36 month numbers at 12000 miles per year.


     RV and MF values for California. Thanks!


     (What about RV & MF of 2019 Mustang Premium EB w/10 spd auto, 201A, & Perf Pack - 24 & 36 months @12000 mpy? MSRP $38,785.)

    24/12
    0.15% APR
    60% residual

    36/12
    1.95% APR
    52% residual

    For all ecoboost coupes

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  • sebrhosebrho Posts: 30
    RV and APR for 2019 Ecoboost Convertible 24/12 (California)?
  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 131,136
    sebrho said:

    RV and APR for 2019 Ecoboost Convertible 24/12 (California)?

    0.15% APR
    56% residual

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  • sebrhosebrho Posts: 30
    Excuse my ignorance, but how are we getting these APR figures? Aren’t we supposed to get a credit check by either a bank, credit union, or the dealer runs it? Or does this APR assume excellent credit?
  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 131,136
    sebrho said:

    Excuse my ignorance, but how are we getting these APR figures? Aren’t we supposed to get a credit check by either a bank, credit union, or the dealer runs it? Or does this APR assume excellent credit?

    It assumes Tier 0-1 credit

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  • sebrhosebrho Posts: 30
    So if I get my credit ran by a credit union or bank, and get tier 0-1 credit, will I get 0.15% or is that only if I run my credit through Ford Credit company?
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 125,003
    sebrho said:

    So if I get my credit ran by a credit union or bank, and get tier 0-1 credit, will I get 0.15% or is that only if I run my credit through Ford Credit company?

    The .15% APR is for Ford Credit leases only.

    If you use a 3rd party bank or credit union, you'll have to use their program numbers. Which we don't have.

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  • sebrhosebrho Posts: 30
    edited March 20
    Michaell said:
    So if I get my credit ran by a credit union or bank, and get tier 0-1 credit, will I get 0.15% or is that only if I run my credit through Ford Credit company?
    The .15% APR is for Ford Credit leases only. If you use a 3rd party bank or credit union, you'll have to use their program numbers. Which we don't have.
    So if I want to get the 0.15% APR without having a dealership raise the number on me (for their own profit), should I contact Ford Credit directly without going through the dealership or can I present this website or something else to the dealership if they wrongly and deliberately try to give me a higher APR?
  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 125,003
    sebrho said:


    Michaell said:

    So if I get my credit ran by a credit union or bank, and get tier 0-1 credit, will I get 0.15% or is that only if I run my credit through Ford Credit company?
    The .15% APR is for Ford Credit leases only.

    If you use a 3rd party bank or credit union, you'll have to use their program numbers. Which we don't have.

    So if I want to get the 0.15% APR without having a dealership raise the number on me (for their own profit), should I contact Ford Credit directly without going through the dealership or can I present this website or something else to the dealership if they wrongly and deliberately try to give me a higher APR?

    You cannot work with Ford Credit directly - you have to work with the dealer.

    If they attempt to mark up the APR, simply tell the dealer you aren't signing any deal until you get the base rate. The dealer knows what it is.

    Did you get a good deal? Be sure to come back and let us know! Post a pic of your new purchase or lease!


    MODERATOR

    2015 Subaru Outback 3.6R / 2014 MINI Countryman S ALL4

  • sebrhosebrho Posts: 30
    edited March 28
    Michaell said:
    Michaell said:
    So if I get my credit ran by a credit union or bank, and get tier 0-1 credit, will I get 0.15% or is that only if I run my credit through Ford Credit company?
    The .15% APR is for Ford Credit leases only. If you use a 3rd party bank or credit union, you'll have to use their program numbers. Which we don't have.
    So if I want to get the 0.15% APR without having a dealership raise the number on me (for their own profit), should I contact Ford Credit directly without going through the dealership or can I present this website or something else to the dealership if they wrongly and deliberately try to give me a higher APR?
    You cannot work with Ford Credit directly - you have to work with the dealer. If they attempt to mark up the APR, simply tell the dealer you aren't signing any deal until you get the base rate. The dealer knows what it is.
    If the dealer acts like he doesn’t know what it is or what I’m talking about, then what do I do then? Surely there must be some credible source of the base rate (APR) and I don’t think this forum counts as one (no offense to you guys, I appreciate your help a lot).

    Also where do I find a credible source for the RV of my area (with 12k mi/year)? Again, no offense, but not counting this thread?
  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 131,136
    sebrho said:


    Michaell said:


    Michaell said:

    So if I get my credit ran by a credit union or bank, and get tier 0-1 credit, will I get 0.15% or is that only if I run my credit through Ford Credit company?
    The .15% APR is for Ford Credit leases only.

    If you use a 3rd party bank or credit union, you'll have to use their program numbers. Which we don't have.

    So if I want to get the 0.15% APR without having a dealership raise the number on me (for their own profit), should I contact Ford Credit directly without going through the dealership or can I present this website or something else to the dealership if they wrongly and deliberately try to give me a higher APR?

    You cannot work with Ford Credit directly - you have to work with the dealer.

    If they attempt to mark up the APR, simply tell the dealer you aren't signing any deal until you get the base rate. The dealer knows what it is.

    If the dealer acts like he doesn’t know what it is or what I’m talking about, then what do I do then? Surely there must be some credible source of the base rate (APR) and I don’t think this forum counts as one (no offense to you guys, I appreciate your help a lot).

    Also where do I find a credible source for the RV of my area (with 12k mi/year)? Again, no offense, but not counting this thread?

    Leases aren't like loans. APRs do not have to be disclosed. The numbers are confidential between the dealer and Ford Credit. If you are looking for a source for the confidential numbers, you've found it. Your belief is not required. ;)

    As for residual percentages, they are fixed by Ford Credit. No dealer has the authorization to alter them.

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

    Edmunds Moderator

  • sebrhosebrho Posts: 30
    kyfdx said:
    Michaell said:
    Michaell said:
    So if I get my credit ran by a credit union or bank, and get tier 0-1 credit, will I get 0.15% or is that only if I run my credit through Ford Credit company?
    The .15% APR is for Ford Credit leases only. If you use a 3rd party bank or credit union, you'll have to use their program numbers. Which we don't have.
    So if I want to get the 0.15% APR without having a dealership raise the number on me (for their own profit), should I contact Ford Credit directly without going through the dealership or can I present this website or something else to the dealership if they wrongly and deliberately try to give me a higher APR?
    You cannot work with Ford Credit directly - you have to work with the dealer. If they attempt to mark up the APR, simply tell the dealer you aren't signing any deal until you get the base rate. The dealer knows what it is.
    If the dealer acts like he doesn’t know what it is or what I’m talking about, then what do I do then? Surely there must be some credible source of the base rate (APR) and I don’t think this forum counts as one (no offense to you guys, I appreciate your help a lot).

    Also where do I find a credible source for the RV of my area (with 12k mi/year)? Again, no offense, but not counting this thread?
    Leases aren't like loans. APRs do not have to be disclosed. The numbers are confidential between the dealer and Ford Credit. If you are looking for a source for the confidential numbers, you've found it. Your belief is not required. ;) As for residual percentages, they are fixed by Ford Credit. No dealer has the authorization to alter them.
    Do you think it’d be silly to show the dealer this thread for the APR?
  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 131,136
    sebrho said:


    kyfdx said:


    Michaell said:


    Michaell said:

    So if I get my credit ran by a credit union or bank, and get tier 0-1 credit, will I get 0.15% or is that only if I run my credit through Ford Credit company?
    The .15% APR is for Ford Credit leases only.

    If you use a 3rd party bank or credit union, you'll have to use their program numbers. Which we don't have.

    So if I want to get the 0.15% APR without having a dealership raise the number on me (for their own profit), should I contact Ford Credit directly without going through the dealership or can I present this website or something else to the dealership if they wrongly and deliberately try to give me a higher APR?
    You cannot work with Ford Credit directly - you have to work with the dealer.

    If they attempt to mark up the APR, simply tell the dealer you aren't signing any deal until you get the base rate. The dealer knows what it is.

    If the dealer acts like he doesn’t know what it is or what I’m talking about, then what do I do then? Surely there must be some credible source of the base rate (APR) and I don’t think this forum counts as one (no offense to you guys, I appreciate your help a lot).

    Also where do I find a credible source for the RV of my area (with 12k mi/year)? Again, no offense, but not counting this thread?

    Leases aren't like loans. APRs do not have to be disclosed. The numbers are confidential between the dealer and Ford Credit. If you are looking for a source for the confidential numbers, you've found it. Your belief is not required. ;)

    As for residual percentages, they are fixed by Ford Credit. No dealer has the authorization to alter them.

    Do you think it’d be silly to show the dealer this thread for the APR?

    It would be pointless. They know what it is. Confrontation is not a great way to negotiate.

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

    Edmunds Moderator

  • artem19artem19 Los AngelesPosts: 1
    Hello! Could you please provide RV and APR for 2019 Ecoboost Convertible 36/10 (California)? Thank you!
  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 131,136
    artem19 said:

    Hello! Could you please provide RV and APR for 2019 Ecoboost Convertible 36/10 (California)? Thank you!

    1.95% APR
    49% residual

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

    Edmunds Moderator

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