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New 2014 Ford Focus Electric - $15,995 + tax (on $29,175) if you qualify for Fed and Calif. incentives

waynegerdes 36 60 October 24, 2014 at 10:08 PM in Mail In Rebate (4)
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Last Edited by waynegerdes October 27, 2014 at 12:32 AM
Hi All:

Heck of a deal on a brand new 2014 Ford Focus Electric.

Offered at more than 900 Ford EV Certified dealers throughout North America, as well as in Europe, Ford Focus Electric is known for its solid handling, well-appointed interior, and aerodynamic styling.

With an EPA-estimated all-electric driving range of 76 miles on a single charge, Focus Electric delivers a top speed of up to 84 mph. A full charge takes 3.5 hours with an available 240-volt charge station.

$29,175 + $825 D&H.

Fed Credit of $7,500 (make damn sure you qualify) and $2,500 CA state tax rebate + single occupant HOV lane access.

$10,000 Ford Red Carpet Lease Cash incentive for owners leasing from dealer stock between 10/14/2014 and 1/5/2015.

RCL Customer Cash Program #50278: Take new retail delivery from dealer stock by 01/05/2015. Not all Focus Electric models may qualify. See dealer for residency restrictions and complete details.

Ford RCL is a $10,000 Red Carpet Lease Cash Deal which takes into account the $7,500 Federal Tax Credit.

Amount: $10,000, Offer Valid: 10/14/2014-1/5/2015.

$4,000 Ford Bonus Cash and 0% APR for 60 mos. through Ford Credit Financing for owners purchasing from dealer stock before 10/31/2014.
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Last Edited by desi_babu_2010 November 6, 2014 at 07:09 AM
car cost: $29,175 + $825 D&H = $30,000
from this take away:
Cash buy:$4000 incentive + Fed Credit of $7,500 + $2,500 CA state tax rebate > 30k - 14k = $16k final price cash
Lease: $10,000 incentive (inclusive of Fed Credit) + $2,500 CA state tax rebate > 30k - 12.5k = $17.5k final price leased
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so $4000 for purchasing outright. That gets a lease incentive??


11/6/2014

so..

has anyone actually leased one of these since the start of this thread (10/24/14) ?

i would love to see the final terms and numbers?

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19995 , not 9995
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Hi Erictom:

$15,995 after Fed Tax credit and State Tax rebate.

Wayne
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Last edited by waynegerdes October 24, 2014 at 11:56 PM
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Quote from erictom View Post :
19995 , not 9995
If I'm reading it right, he is saying;

Car: 30,000
Ford Credit: -7,500
CA Tax Rebate: -2,500
Ford SoCal Incentive: -10,000
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Total "cost": 10,000
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Where did you get this quote? I see only $4k incentive on ford.com for San Diego.
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Hi All:

Heck of a deal on a brand new 2014 Ford Focus Electric.

Offered at more than 900 Ford EV Certified dealers throughout North America, as well as in Europe, Ford Focus Electric is known for its solid handling, well-appointed interior, and aerodynamic styling.

With an EPA-estimated all-electric driving range of 76 miles on a single charge, Focus Electric delivers a top speed of up to 84 mph. A full charge takes 3.5 hours with an available 240-volt charge station.

$29,175 + $825 D&H.

Fed Credit of $7,500 (make damn sure you qualify) and $2,500 CA state tax rebate + single occupant HOV lane access.

$10,000 Ford incentive for Southern Calif. owners purchasing from dealer stock between 10/14/2014 and 1/5/2015.

What do you mean by making sure on fed rebate? Is it based on income? Can someone provide more information please?
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Hi Burnttoast:

Fed Tax Credit is $7,500.
Calif. State tax Rebate is $2,500.
Ford RCL cash is $10,000 or Ford cash is $4,000

Wayne
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Last edited by waynegerdes October 25, 2014 at 12:01 AM
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As a side note: please don't forget that this car is all electric with an estimated 76 miles on a charge.
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Hi Stevester:

http://www.irs.gov/Businesses/Plu...nd-IRC-30D)

Irulz, build it from Ford.com or look at the jpg link attached in the OP. I am in 92130.

Wayne
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Damn this is hot. I don;t even need a new car right now, but at this price I am going down to the Ford dealership this weekend to see if I can get this deal.
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Hi JiffyLubeRep:

It sure is. Some purchased this same car 2 years back for $39,995 minus whatever Credits and incentives were available to them. Most do not qualify for the full Fed Tax Credit however even though they believe they may.

Ford has lowered the base price on this fully loaded (Titanium trim equivalent minus leather) twice in the last two-and-a-half years from the original $39,995 to today's $29,995 MSRP incl. D&H. With $4k on the hood + the Fed Tax Credit and State tax rebate on top or $10k (lease) cash on the hood, whooa. Calling some local Ford dealerships to make sure about the $10k RCL tomorrow myself.

Wayne
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Last edited by waynegerdes October 24, 2014 at 11:57 PM
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I applaud the alternative fuel movement, but resent the fact that the government is picking the winners & losers and the unwitting taxpayer foots the bill.

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Quote from waynegerdes View Post :
Hi JiffyLubeRep:

It sure is. Some purchased this same car 2 years back for $39,995 minus whatever Credits and incentives were available to them. Most do not qualify for the full Fed Tax Credit however even though they believe they may.

Ford has lowered the base price on this fully loaded (Titanium trim equivalent minus leather) twice in the last two-and-a-half years from the original $39,995 to today's $29,995 MSRP incl. D&H. With the $10k cash on the hood + the Fed Tax Credit and State tax rebate on top of that, whooa. Calling some local Ford dealerships to make sure about the $10k RCL tomorrow myself.

Wayne
Priced mine out and also saw that there is an additional 0% 60 months and $4000 bonus cash. Is this bonus cash in addition to the 10k or do you think you can only have one or the other? Great deal btw...seriously considering.
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FWIW, there is a waiting list for CA credits. Just FYI.
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