Wife fell in love with a 2022 F-150. Looks like they lease like garbage. Or is it just this market? I’ve never leased before (95% of my previous vehicles have been cheap, sub $10k commuters paid for in cash).
I’m a tight wad. I will only buy something if I get a great deal, and so far these 2021/2022 F-150’s are looking extremely over priced. Well, so is everything else I suppose…
Unfortunately my wife REALLY needs a new vehicle. We have been holding out for just over a year, and now we’re hearing it might be another year or more before we see some pullback on this market… That leaves me scrounging around for the best deal I can find on either a lease or finance for this vehicle.
I got these numbers from edmunds on current rates:
2022 F150 XLT 302A 4x2 5.5 Bed SuperCrew 2.7L
MSRP- $47,875 Selling Price- $46,000 Factory Incentive- $1,000 Trade in value- $3,000 Total sale price- $42,000
Toyota trucks lease the best. Current Nissan Frontier lesser for 280 or so 0 down is best deal at moment otherwise. I’m scouring to see if any deals on ram can be had, as I need full-size. If not will go tundr
Only way to lease one for a decent price is to order through a dealer who will give you a deep discount (like Chapman or others) AND get lucky enough to receive a Private Cash Offer from Ford. The PCOs typically range from 2000-3500 on F150s and can be applied to leases. They are targeted promotions to specific customers though so they can be hard to obtain.