Ford Motor Co. is offering a major discount of up to $10,750 on leasing its 2013 Ford Focus Electric for buyers taking retail delivery by April 1.
Ford has also dropped the base price of the Focus EV by $2,000 for cash sales. In addition, Ford is offering a $2,000 cash discount on the Focus EV and 1.9 percent financing if the electric vehicle is purchased through Ford Motor Credit.
Ford is also offering a cash discount of $2,000 on the 2013 Ford Focus Electric. The discount brings the price of the 2013 Ford Focus Electric down to $29,245, including a $795 destination charge.
Ford says that a customer could get a 36-month lease with 10,500 miles a year for about $249-$285 a month with $930-$2138 due at lease signing (dependent on those who qualify with pricing varying by location).
The incentives are similar to what General Motors was offering last year on its slow-selling Chevrolet Volt plug-in hybrid, when it offered about $10,000 discounts on Volt leases – a figure that also included the $7,500 tax credit. Nissan also dropped the price of its new 2013 Leaf EV by 18 percent to $28,800.
These are the other deals available on the market today:
– 2013 Leaf SV – $219 a month with $1,999 due at signing
– 2013 Chevrolet Volt – $299 a month with $1,529 due at signing
– 2013 Toyota Prius Plug-In – 0% financing or $349/mth lease with $3,499 due at signing
– 2013 Honda Accord Plug-In – $429 a month with $2,499 total due at signing