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Ford Option Residuals and Lease Terms Revealed

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Mostly accurate info. The lease money factors on the table are wrong. RCL is only offered for 36 and 39 months on the Mach-E as noted further below.
 
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Mostly accurate info. The lease money factors on the table are wrong. RCL is only offered for 36 and 39 months on the Mach-E as noted further below.
36 and 48 displayed for Options. RCL 39 month would be the following:

0 - 5.17
1 - 5.59
2 - 6.80
3 - 8.54
4 - 10.99
5 - 10.99
 

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36 and 48 displayed for Options. RCL 39 month would be the following:

0 - 5.17
1 - 5.59
2 - 6.80
3 - 8.54
4 - 10.99
5 - 10.99
Interesting. Haven't seen the Options rates published yet. But those RCL factors are still off.
 
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Interesting. Haven't seen the Options rates published yet. But those RCL factors are still off.
Options use RCL rates. How are they off? I'm using the latest Q4 rates, unless I'm misunderstanding.
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Options use RCL rates. How are they off? I'm using the latest Q4 rates, unless I'm misunderstanding.
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Those are the standardized RCL factors that are used when a vehicle does not have program rates. Those are not the vehicle model specific RCL factors. You want to look at program #60288, Announcement FDCI-25285 to get the Mach-E specific RCL factors effective Nov-17th.

I thought Options would have it's own exclusive rates published, could be wrong on that.
 
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Those are the standardized RCL factors that are used when a vehicle does not have program rates. Those are not the vehicle model specific RCL factors. You want to look at program #60288, Announcement FDCI-25285 to get the Mach-E specific RCL factors effective Nov-17th.

I thought Options would have it's own exclusive rates published, could be wrong on that.
Ah, I see. Post has been updated to reflect new numbers, hopefully it's all correct now. Thanks a lot for the much needed correction.

I could also be misinformed on Option rates. Will try to confirm
 



 









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