- Dec 4, 2019
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- 2021 Mustang Mach-E Premium 4X, 2020 Explorer ST
The only qualifications for the $2500 Ford Options bonus cash (assuming you live in a state that offers Options) is that you live in a zip code that qualifies for $2500 instead of $1000 bonus and that you do a Ford Options contract.My dealer is telling me I do not qualify for the $2500 because I am choosing the options plan. Then they said if I qualified that I could only have the $2500 or the state $1500 incentive. How does that even make sense? He also told me that the sales tax is included in my monthly payment but from what I just read that is not the case. What disqualifies you from the $2500 incentive cash? and what do I need to tell this guy so that they get me on the right plan? Just these steps:
FMCDealer » Finance (tab) » Consumer Finance Programs (left side menu) » Ford Options
On the Ford Options page the dealer will see the Options Payment Estimator, eContract instructions, Ford Options Handbook and Fact Sheet.
Also, if anyone successfully purchased a Mach E in So Cal, can you please share with me what dealership you bought it from. I might have to cancel my order and change dealerships or tell mine to call yours.
Thank you everyone
You are correct that Ford Options is a retail installment contract so it doesn’t have monthly sales tax like a lease would.
I can’t speak towards the state incentives. But I haven’t heard on here that it matters how you pay for the car to claim the state incentive, where or how you finance the purchase should not matter. You’d have to check the rules from your state authorities.