Ford offering Mustang Mach-E at new lease options, with $3,000 discount
American automobile giant Ford Motor Company has announced the availability of the Mustang Mach-E battery-electric compact crossover SUV is now available at attractive deals and incentives. Between now and the beginning of the month of October this year, the Detroit-headquartered automaker's so-called Red Carpet Lease Offer in New York City includes a payment of $586 a month for a period of 36 months, $0 due at the time of signing, and a waiver of security deposit.
In Detroit, the Mustang Mach-E can be leased for just $439 a month for three years or 36 months, $439 due at the time of signing, while the security deposit has been waived.
Interested people in Miami can get their hands on the Mustang Mach-E for $409 a month for the same 36 months, $0 due at signing, and a waiver of security deposit. Buyers in Miami can also consider a retail offer of 1.9 per cent annual percentage rate (APR) financing spanning a total of 60 months, along with an attractive cash bonus of $3,000.
Potential buyers in the city of Los Angeles can also benefit from a deal similar to the one available in New York City (NYC). The electric SUV is being offered in the city for $569 per month for a period spanning 36 months, $0 due at signing, and security deposit totally waived. One can also check with Las Angeles dealers for a retail APR financing offer of 2.9 per cent for a period of 60 months.
The Blue Oval’s aforementioned deals are obviously attractive, and anyone who might want to purchase the Mustang Mach-E would like to consider these deals. The attractive lease options and incentives on the all-electric SUV will, however, be available only through 2nd of October this year.
However, it is important to note here that not every customer would qualify for the above-mentioned offers, which vary from one region to other. Therefore, it is best to check with nearby dealers for discounts and incentives before driving a Mach-E SUV home.
Priced at $42,995, the Ford Mustang Mach-E SUV has thus far failed to attract as many buyers as some of its rivals, such as the Tesla Model Y. Till the end of July this year, sales of the all-electric crossover SUV stood at 17,997 units, down 21 per cent year-over-year. As the production of the e-SUV is ongoing in full swing at the automaker’s Mexican facility, its inventory has significantly swelled up.