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i can not get any pricing from my dealer while they ask me to convert the reservation.
the price on the FORD website are not making any sens
I just purchase an ETRON 79K with $2900 down and $414 a month for24 month so how can we get the real price for the mach E
I will never pay $4500 deposit and $700 for a FORD

if anyone has real price I would be happy to convert or i will cancel my booking
there is so much competition and offer now that FORD need to make if very affordable
 

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No one has real pricing yet which is frustrating. I crunched the numbers on the price and build page where they have the payment estimator. It appears to me they have the residual value at a paltry 45% currently. If they want to be competitive they need the RV above 56% and an introductory APR below 2%
 

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Here is what an aggressive lease should look like:

MSRP for First Edition, including destination: $60,400
Acquisition fee (bank fee) 695

Total cost $61,095

36 months, 7,500 miles per year residual 60%, Money Factor .9%

Applied towards the cap cost cost reduction: Federal tax credit, $7,500 X-Plan,$933.

Monthly payment, without taxes, (some states waive the tax for EV's and tax rates vary state by state)

Monthly payment is $489.50

I am presently leasing a 2018 Ford Edge Sport with a MSRP of just over $47,000. My monthly payment, 36 months, 10,000 miles per year, with no money down, is $407 and that includes NY State sales tax.

Prior to this, I was leasing a 2015 Ford Edge Sport, MSRP $46,000 and the monthly payments, including NY State Sales tax, were $457.

Based on those payments, the MachE, after the Federal tax credit of $7,500, which brings the cost to just $52,000, and fewer miles per year, monthly payments should be less than $500 per month plus tax.

If you use the financial calculator, the monthly payments under the Ford Option Plan, using the Federal Tax credit of $7,500 as a down payment, are about $800 a month, plus tax, which in my opinion is utterly ridiculous and a complete non- starter.

Hope this helps.

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thanks we are on the same page and i can not commit until i know more
By the way the Etron is just amazing :)
 

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Hi

i can not get any pricing from my dealer while they ask me to convert the reservation.
the price on the FORD website are not making any sens
I just purchase an ETRON 79K with $2900 down and $414 a month for24 month so how can we get the real price for the mach E
I will never pay $4500 deposit and $700 for a FORD

if anyone has real price I would be happy to convert or i will cancel my booking
there is so much competition and offer now that FORD need to make if very affordable
How did you do that? The cheapest I see is more than 1K per month.
 

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How did you do that? The cheapest I see is more than 1K per month.
In the metropolitan area Audi dealers are literally choking on their Etrons. Because of their high price and low range no one wants them.

My close friend who is coming out of a BMW 750iL, and before that a Tesla S, was shopping the Etron. Best deal he could come up with was $900 per month including NY State sales tax, 36 months, 10,000 miles per year, no money down.

He countered with $900 a month, NY State sales included, 10,000 miles per year, no money down for 24 months.

The dealer laughed.

Two weeks later the dealer agreed.

BTW, he loves the car but admits the range limits where he can use the car. His other car is a normal ICE which he plans to use for trips.

I drove it as well. Very solid, quiet beautiful interior, very smooth. Acceleration was fine, but not "head snapping" like the Tesla. Handling for an SUV was very good. 0-60 are 5.6 seconds, a bit slower than my Mercedes E450, 0-60 4.8 seconds.


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i can not get any pricing from my dealer while they ask me to convert the reservation.
the price on the FORD website are not making any sens
I just purchase an ETRON 79K with $2900 down and $414 a month for24 month so how can we get the real price for the mach E
I will never pay $4500 deposit and $700 for a FORD

if anyone has real price I would be happy to convert or i will cancel my booking
there is so much competition and offer now that FORD need to make if very affordable
Please clarify how you acquired a $79,000 vehicle for $12,800? That would be a residual value of 84%
 

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Ok sorry for the delay
I got a similar deal as the one on but only for 24 months in california the msrp was great i enclose my deal
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Hoping this means good news is coming. I tweeted at Ford’s Emma Bergg and got this reply below. On another forum someone mentioned we should be hearing something next week (Sept 29th-ish).
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Hi

i can not get any pricing from my dealer while they ask me to convert the reservation.
the price on the FORD website are not making any sens
I just purchase an ETRON 79K with $2900 down and $414 a month for24 month so how can we get the real price for the mach E
I will never pay $4500 deposit and $700 for a FORD

if anyone has real price I would be happy to convert or i will cancel my booking
there is so much competition and offer now that FORD need to make if very affordable
I am a bit confused. Your paperwork says the payment is $510.39 - not $414. And it also says $7825.64 to be paid in cash and you said you only paid $2900 down.
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I am a bit confused. Your paperwork says the payment is $510.39 - not $414. And it also says $7825.64 to be paid in cash and you said you only paid $2900 down.
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ok i took the warranty return and service included hence $100 more per month

then there is a multi security deposit that you recover when you return or buy the card for $4750

so my number are correct the lease is $414 + $2900
 
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