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A lot of great info here, thanks for the heads up!

Ford Options Program:

Mustang Mach-E Lease Residuals36 months48 months
Select RWD 3P39%32%
Select AWD 3P39%32%
California Route 1 RWD 4P41%34%
Premium RWD 3P40%33%
Premium RWD 4P41%34%
Premium AWD 3P40%33%
Premium AWD 4P41%34%
First Edition AWD 4P41%34%
GT AWD 4P39%32%
 

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A lot of great info here, thanks for the heads up!

Ford Options Program:

Mustang Mach-E Lease Residuals36 months48 months
Select RWD 3P39%32%
Select AWD 3P39%32%
California Route 1 RWD 4P41%34%
Premium RWD 3P40%33%
Premium RWD 4P41%34%
Premium AWD 3P40%33%
Premium AWD 4P41%34%
First Edition AWD 4P41%34%
GT AWD 4P39%32%
If EVBITE is accurate in the 'States' where the Options plan is not available the only way to get the tax credit will be purchase of the Mach. When I leased my Fusion the Federal Tax Credit was used to reduce the cost basis of the lease. I hope that Ford Credit applies the same incentive to the Mach E Red Carpet.
 

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If EVBITE is accurate in the 'States' where the Options plan is not available the only way to get the tax credit will be purchase of the Mach. When I leased my Fusion the Federal Tax Credit was used to reduce the cost basis of the lease. I hope that Ford Credit applies the same incentive to the Mach E Red Carpet.
Also is the 4P/3P 'on top of' the 41% residual?
 

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This appears to be amazing cowardice on behalf of Ford's leasing arm. With over the air updates and improvements the cars should hold value pretty well. Tesla's experience with model 3 shows extraordinary resale values on the first cars reaching 3 years, some as high as 90%.
 

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This appears to be amazing cowardice on behalf of Ford's leasing arm. With over the air updates and improvements the cars should hold value pretty well. Tesla's experience with model 3 shows extraordinary resale values on the first cars reaching 3 years, some as high as 90%.
If they can sell rather than lease, then there is no reason for Ford to assume the risk of depreciation inherent in a lease.

On the other hand, there is no reason for me as a buyer to assume the risk of depreciation, when Ford does not have confidence in their product. A lease by Ford demonstrates Ford's confidence in their product.

I believe there will be an initial rush for the first MME, but let's see how strong the sell through is. If a portion of the reservations/orders are not converted into sales and MME's remain on the dealer's lots, then Ford to move the MME will either have to offer incentives or a competitive lease.

Remember on both the Model 3 and Y, Tesla did not offer a lease. But when Tesla wanted to boost sales, they were compelled to offer leases. But with only 20,000 MME slated for the US in 2021, offering a lease may not be necessary for Ford.

Just my $.02
 

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This appears to be amazing cowardice on behalf of Ford's leasing arm. With over the air updates and improvements the cars should hold value pretty well. Tesla's experience with model 3 shows extraordinary resale values on the first cars reaching 3 years, some as high as 90%.
Partly because the perception is that the cool kids drive Teslas and gramps drive Fords.
Unfair? Incorrect? Yes...
Even Ford's coolest car, the GT500 is perceived as a hillbilly shine runner around my parts (greater NYC metro area).
Perception is reality and preconceptions are hard to overcome and the desirability of a vehicle weighs on the resale value.
I have many family + friends who are smart, good people who would consider it a minor life failure if they had to drive a Ford. Ford needs to overcome the coastal elitist perception. Maybe the MME will do that over time but right now, their accountants have to deal with it.

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