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Fiat 500e lease deal (CA & OR ONLY) ~$82/mon with as low as $0 down

pinkdinoet 62 88 March 18, 2015 at 05:57 PM in Autos (4)
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Last Edited by tails1030 March 18, 2015 at 06:58 PM
I was a bit shocked at first, but this is happening!

Fiat 500e (100% electric) with ~80miles/charge range (not the greatest, but enough for city driving)

Here's the breakdown

36mon lease w/ 10,000miles/yr

MSPR: $32,000
Residual value: $13100
Fiat Chrysler Limited Time Promo: -$2100
Federal Tax Credit: -$7500 (taken out during purchase)
State Tax Rebate: (CA) -$2500 (rebate)
Proof of a current lease with another OEM: -$1000
Total down: $0
Monthly payment: $82.75

This is an AMAZING deal for a brand new car! sorry but CA and OR ONLY


Rebate information Here [ca.gov]

Vehicle info Here [fiatusa.com]

It comes with HOV lane access sticker, and a lot of free charge stations.
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Last Edited by montreid April 10, 2015 at 08:12 AM
For those of you skeptical, here is what's happening in the Bay area in the past week =)
http://www.greencarreports.com/ne...lus-bought

Shady Dealers caught in a Bait n Switch on this (beware):
Orange Coast Fiat - Costa Mesa
Niello Fiat - Sacramento


If you're interested in a group LEASE for possibly a better deal:

SF Bay Area Group LEASE Group:
https://groups.google.com/forum/#...-buy-group

San Diego:
https://groups.google.com/forum/#...-lease/new
https://scontent-lax.xx.fbcdn.net...7228_o.jpg

Sacramento:
https://groups.google.com/forum/?...-fiat-500e (Please come join us here, we're trying to put together a deal)

Los Angeles:
Perry Gentile @ Fiat of Van Nuys is handling the Los Angeles / SFV group buy. perryg - AT - theautogallery - DOT - com

More on this
https://transportevolved.com/2015...ctric-car/

IIHS Crash Test
http://www.iihs.org/iihs/ratings/...t/500/2015

$3000 SJVAPCD Credit - Stanislaus, Merced, Madera, Fresno, Kings, Tulare and the San Joaquin Valley Air Basin portion of Kern counties
http://valleyair.org/grants/driveclean.htm

Top Gear (RIP Jeremy era) rates the Fiat 500e "SUPERB"
http://www.topgear.com/uk/car-new...2013-04-22

2015 Fiat 500 Actual highway safety test data:
http://www.iihs.org/iihs/ratings/...t/500/2015

2015 Fiat 500 has the top safety ratings in 4 of 5 categories.

Fiat 500e Pass - 12 days, 504 credits for FREE Enterprise rental cars EVERY year of lease INCLUDED with lease
500e Pass Promotion extended to ALL 2015 500e models
http://www.fiatusa.com/assets/pdf...am-FAQ.pdf

The easiest way to get these free rentals is to activate the fiat access app to be enrolled in this program, but the rental credit isn't immediate. If you DON'T get ePass email within 14 days, you can call 888-242-6342 ext 4718698 and they will make sure to fix it for you.

But don't call them until 14 BUSINESS days after you activate the app, which is about 3 weeks in the real world. They can't do much for you until that initial period has passed because they have to coordinate your information with Enterprise Rent A Car and it just takes time.

Watch out for rates on National--much higher since can't use group rates and not adjusted with Fiat code. Alamo would be fastest and lowest rates with bypass-the-counter option. Too bad with National since has great Aisle opportunities.

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If you're trying to set the clock on these 500e models:

Just a tip, to get the menu button to work, cycle through the modes using the odometer button on the end of the wiper knob on the right until the mode with the picture of the car (not the tire pressure one) pops up on the speedometer. THEN the menu button on the ring of the speedometer area will work so you can set the clock. The manual is very vague about the requirement that you need to have the specific mode on the speedometer screen before that button will call up the menu.






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It's a Lease.....
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All good except for "Proof of a current lease with another OEM: -$1000" so $1000 down if we aren't currently leasing? And as a man, not sure I want to be seen in this car ☺
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I guess it's cheaper than riding the bus if you're a city dweller.
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As a 6'6" guy, this is not a slick deal.
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Would this be a potential MM if you left the damn thing with flightcar? They pay I believe $325/month. And I highly doubt you're gonna get a crap ton of mileage on the thing with an 80 MPGe "tank"
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I am 6'5" and drove this last week as a rental in DFW. The car is remarkably spacious, comfortable and trendy.

Note - My rental was not electric.
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Last edited by Tandan March 18, 2015 at 06:34 PM
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As a 6'6" guy, this is not a slick deal.
6'6. how much you weigh? know any good cheap clothing place other than old navy?
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Would this be a potential MM if you left the damn thing with flightcar? They pay I believe $325/month. And I highly doubt you're gonna get a crap ton of mileage on the thing with an 80 MPGe "tank"
How is the charging going to work? What if the renter runs out of juice? I think it's $0.1 per mile, so you can make $1000 a year. You will pay $1068 a year in the lease + insurance which the lease will require you to have.

I don't think it will be a good deal in the end.

Not as good of a deal for my Spark EV. 10K miles/year, with $450 down after the $2500 CA tax credit. $68.23 per month. I got a free charger too. It comes out to be around $350 for installation and such. The only real downside is the insurance on the damn thing. I pay 2x the lease rate per month just to insure the damn thing. Damn Insurance company!
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Last edited by LeviathanUltima March 18, 2015 at 06:34 PM
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How is the charging going to work? What if the renter runs out of juice? I think it's $0.1 per mile, so you can make $1000 a year. You will pay $1068 a year in the lease + insurance which the lease will require you to have.

I don't think it will be a good deal in the end.
Leave charging equipment in car, free charging stations around town, etc. I wanna say the monthly program pays differently.

Edit: Just called and they said the monthly deal is a flat rate and that the online tool is fairly accurate. For where i'm at it's showing a flat $325/month for listing my car monthly. Got a quote to combine my auto policies and was about $58/month. so that puts me at about $140/month before taxes, coming out ahead about $185 monthly.
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Last edited by WilliamG3701 March 18, 2015 at 06:46 PM
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I don't see it pricing for this. I don't see the $2100 promo

Fiat Chrysler Limited Time Promo: -$2100
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when is ultra lightweight photovoltaic paint gonna happened,so car is constantly charging gonna happen?
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All good except for "Proof of a current lease with another OEM: -$1000" so $1000 down if we aren't currently leasing? And as a man, not sure I want to be seen in this car ☺
LOLing!
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when is ultra lightweight photovoltaic paint gonna happened,so car is constantly charging gonna happen?
never. there is not enough energy in sunlight
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