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Ford Focus Electric 2017: MSRP $29995 - $13250 Lease Incentive = $16745

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Ford is offering $13250 lease incentive for Focus Electric (EV range ~115mi) in PA, please try your zip code or near by state's zip code to compare incentive. **Note, you will NOT receive any Federal tax credit as the credit will be issued to the lessor instead of the lessee.

Base MSRP: $29,120
+ Options: $0
+ Destination: $875
= Total MSRP: $29,995
- Incentives**: $13,250
= Net Price: $16,745

**RCL Customer Cash
Program #50434: For Red Carpet Lease incentives $13,250.00, take new retail delivery from dealer stock by 04/02/2018. See dealer for complete details.
Amount: $13,250, Offer Valid: Jan 3, 2018-Apr 2, 2018

I have received some quote online from several dealership in PA. One lowest offer:

MSRP: $30060 (incl $875 Delivery & $65 Options)

$2,000 Down
36 month lease (10500 mile/yr): $214 x 36 = $7,704
Residual value (purchase price after lease): $8,116

Total payment if you purchase the vehicle at the end (exclude purchase-option fee): $17,820. The additional fees (compare with Ford;s website) might be due to document fees, registration/tag etc.

Note** there is no sales tax for electric many states, please check with your local state.

Again, you can negotiate with the dealer for the purchase price for a better deal.

https://www.ford.com/cars/focus/2...-electric/
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Not bad if it's true
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27% residual kills it for the lease
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If prices are indeed 16K after incentive then the 7500 federal rebate makes this super slick. Around 12K after taxes registration and the federal rebate.

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Nvm crappy deal actually given you cant get the federal rebate. There are better deals out there.
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If prices are indeed 16K after incentive then the 7500 federal rebate makes this super slick. Around 12K after taxes registration and the federal rebate.
For lease, the federal credit goes to the lessor, not lessee.
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lease is the best option for electronic car, batteries die after warranty ...
but 100 miles per charge, indeed sucks
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Meh $2k down @214/mo for 36 mo 10,500/yr is trash.
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The range on this is only 22 miles? Worse than a Volt.

When will cars with ranges of 200 plus actually become a reality? I say 200 because if you live in the north during winter that 200 becomes 100 and anything less is not feasible for the work commute
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The range on this is only 22 miles? Worse than a Volt.

When will cars with ranges of 200 plus actually become a reality? I say 200 because if you live in the north during winter that 200 becomes 100 and anything less is not feasible for the work commute

Range 115. Driving habits and climate use = + or - on that range
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The range on this is only 22 miles? Worse than a Volt.

When will cars with ranges of 200 plus actually become a reality? I say 200 because if you live in the north during winter that 200 becomes 100 and anything less is not feasible for the work commute

Mass majority of people drive under 35 miles per day.
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Tesla Model 3's 200~300 miles driving distance is much more realistic than 100 mile ford ....
Even though, I love the lease option....
never need to own a electric car for 1~2 year battery life cycle ...
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