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Old 03-21-2015, 03:22 PM   #1
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I'm looking at leasing a 2015 F150 but am getting the horrible runaround from the few dealers I have been to (Mississauga area). They seem to be more interested in what you are willing to pay rather than providing me with figures so as I can make an informed decision on a model and options. Anyone willing to provide examples of what you've been able to negotiate or provides residual % & money factor %. Or perhaps someone can recommend a salesman who is willing to talk #'s rather than try to wooo me with led lights and pull lease figures out of thin air.
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IMO, regardless of whether you buy or lease you should always negotiate on price, not payment. the dealers don't like this as they like the smaller number which is a monthly payment vs a 40 or 50K total price.


People don't realise that 15 dollar increase in monthly payment is equal to $1000 over a 6 or 7 year finance term.


Just tell the dealer you don't care about the monthy payment, you want the out the door price. Once that is done, you can get him to calculate the monthly payment. Better yet, use the Ford Build site and build your truck and it will calculate your payments. If you think that you can negotiate 5k off of MSRP you plug that into the down payment box and it will show your adjusted payments. FYI I purchased a 2015 lariat with an MSRP of 68K, and negotiated down to $52,900.




You don't have to play the dealers game, make them play yours. Their game is proven for them to make as much money off of you as possible.
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Check out eastgate ford in Hamilton. Talk with Brian.

I was happy with my deal.
2015 Screw 4x4 300a 3.5L bluejeans. + box liner and running boards. 2 yr lease. $343 per month and buyout is 23,945.

Discovery ford in Burlington was willing to sell me the same truck for $430 per month, same residual..... Crooks

Both of these included a 3000 down payment.
It pays to take your quote from one dealer and go to another and tell him to beat the other guys price!

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Contact Sunil at younge and Steeles ford. Tell him jody recommended them.
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IMO, regardless of whether you buy or lease you should always negotiate on price, not payment. the dealers don't like this as they like the smaller number which is a monthly payment vs a 40 or 50K total price.


People don't realise that 15 dollar increase in monthly payment is equal to $1000 over a 6 or 7 year finance term.


Just tell the dealer you don't care about the monthy payment, you want the out the door price. Once that is done, you can get him to calculate the monthly payment. Better yet, use the Ford Build site and build your truck and it will calculate your payments. If you think that you can negotiate 5k off of MSRP you plug that into the down payment box and it will show your adjusted payments. FYI I purchased a 2015 lariat with an MSRP of 68K, and negotiated down to $52,900.




You don't have to play the dealers game, make them play yours. Their game is proven for them to make as much money off of you as possible.
$15000 + off with no trade? On a 2015? How?
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I was able to order a platinum that was 72 300 msrp and got it down to 60 000
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My 2015 Crew XLT, I added bucket seats, 301a, 2.7 Eco, Magnetic color and MFT.
The MSRP was 49,125$. Total Financed was 36,560$ with a 6000$ trade in.
However, I had an X-plan pin. Really looks like a good deal when you see the window sticker.
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