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Which 2019 Mustang Ecoboost Lease deal is better

sebrhosebrho Posts: 30
edited March 29 in Ford
WHICH IS BETTER??? PLEASE HELP!!!
Both lease deals are for a 2019 Ford Mustang Ecoboost IN CALIFORNIA.

• Both Mustangs have the following features: Package 101, Performance Package, and 10-Speed Automatic Transmission
• Lease deal 1 (Galpin Ford) is for a Magnetic Metallic Mustang WITHOUT Active Valve Performance Exhaust
• Lease deal 2 (Ford of Montebello) is for a Kona Blue Mustang WITH Active Valve Performance Exhaust Which of these is better? • Deal2 has $0 down and $0 out the door, but the rebates cover up the out-the-door charges (might be bogus fees except for first monthly payment). Deal2 actually printed the tier 1 APR of 0.15% on this. • Deal1 has insane discounts+rebates but requires a minimum of $1000 down and will likely be down payment + first month’s pay (+ perhaps some other fees) out the door and it seems like the rebate got taxed because it came out to $955 (should be $1000) according to what their manager said. Deal1 includes 1 year of Galpin’s “Keep It New” program (free repairs, key replacement, and roadside assistance).






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  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 130,385
    sebrho said:

    WHICH IS BETTER??? PLEASE HELP!!!
    Both lease deals are for a 2019 Ford Mustang Ecoboost IN CALIFORNIA.

    • Both Mustangs have the following features: Package 101, Performance Package, and 10-Speed Automatic Transmission
    • Lease deal 1 (Galpin Ford) is for a Magnetic Metallic Mustang WITHOUT Active Valve Performance Exhaust
    • Lease deal 2 (Ford of Montebello) is for a Kona Blue Mustang WITH Active Valve Performance Exhaust

    Which of these is better?

    • Deal2 has $0 down and $0 out the door, but the rebates cover up the out-the-door charges (might be bogus fees except for first monthly payment).
    Deal2 actually printed the tier 1 APR of 0.15% on this.
    • Deal1 has insane discounts+rebates but requires a minimum of $1000 down and will likely be down payment + first month’s pay (+ perhaps some other fees) out the door and it seems like the rebate got taxed because it came out to $955 (should be $1000) according to what their manager said.
    Deal1 includes 1 year of Galpin’s “Keep It New” program (free repairs, key replacement, and roadside assistance).







    The top one is slightly better, because it's on a more expensive vehicle.

    For $40/mo less, I think I'd go for 36 months, though

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