For those who have taken delivery. Finance rate? Terms?

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Curious to know what Ford financing has done for those of us who have taken delivery. In Canada, I can get a Explorer ST at 2.99% for 84 months.
Bronco B&P still has 5.99%
What are we seeing in the market place....?
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Curious to know what Ford financing has done for those of us who have taken delivery. In Canada, I can get a Explorer ST at 2.99% for 84 months.
Bronco B&P still has 5.99%
What are we seeing in the market place....?
We need answers to these questions! Unfortunately I bet alot of the first day res holders are cash buyers. Speaking of them, any body got a few thousand to spare? I'm good for it.
 

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I have my loan secured already for delivery in a couple weeks. 65mos at 1.49% at DCU here in the states. I posted about it in the existing thread dedicated to financing rates.
 

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We need answers to these questions! Unfortunately I bet alot of the first day res holders are cash buyers. Speaking of them, any body got a few thousand to spare? I'm good for it.
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I have my loan secured already for delivery in a couple weeks. 65mos at 1.49% at DCU here in the states. I posted about it in the existing thread dedicated to financing rates.
I've been wondering when to secure since I can get 1.99 for 60...no brainer. Aug delivery at this point.
 

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I would pre-arrange financing through bank/credit union (mine is doing 1.98% up to 60 months).
Then give dealership opportunity to beat the deal on delivery day. If they can't, then release the funds to the dealership and drive away in your new ride.
 

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Curious to know what Ford financing has done for those of us who have taken delivery. In Canada, I can get a Explorer ST at 2.99% for 84 months.
Bronco B&P still has 5.99%
What are we seeing in the market place....?
The promotional rates Ford offers on one vehicle line has no bearing on what they may offer on another. In Canada you can get 0% up to 72 months on Escape right now, but that is a "sale" on the normal rate intended to increase sales, or make the product competitively priced within the market.

Ford Credit is going to be 4.99 (60-72) and 5.99 (84 month) for the foreseeable future on Bronco. There is no reason to put a "sale" on the rate or give a rebate, dealers will sell every Bronco they can get their hands on with no rebate/interest rate assistance.
 

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If you have good credit, your finance manager should be able to get 2.99% for 60 for you from any number of auto lenders.
 

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Curious to know what Ford financing has done for those of us who have taken delivery. In Canada, I can get a Explorer ST at 2.99% for 84 months.
Bronco B&P still has 5.99%
What are we seeing in the market place....?
A Ford Credit Lease is one great option for the Bronco. The LEV, Lease End Value, is high, which translates into a lower Capitalized Cost, the amount you pay for the Bronco. Ford requires a Cap Reductions, a down payment that reduces the cost of the vehicle and lowers the payments.

At the end of the 48 months, if you still like the vehicle, you can buy it for about $16,000, less than these vehicles will sell for used on the market. You can also sell the vehicle before the lease expires to a private party, pay off the lease, and keep any cash you make over the payoff.

My Bronc will come in at $349 a month for a 48 month lease. Years ago, I helped set up Ford's National Lease Program. Buy things that appreciate, Lease things that depreciate...
 

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1.99% is what I'm getting through U of M(Michigan) Credit Union - up to 72 months/ 2.99% if you wanted to stretch to 84 months.

Here is an example of lease pricing as well (not good).
This is Z-Plan OBX/Squatch/High/2.7 with $5000 down $52,600 MSRP. Tire care adds $16 per month FYI.
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Says the raptor and bmw driver. Do you have any grey poupon? :ROFLMAO:

Sorry all us poor folk have is our humor.
At first glance I thought this said "do you have a groupon" 🤣🤣🤣
 
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