My Take: How Ford calls the Flex a crossover simply baffles me. I am thinking it’s more like a minivan with optional AWD. Anyway, it doesn’t look like a bad time to jump into a Ford Flex right now. The residual value is low, but there’s $2500 in incentives available and the money factor is about .000625 or 1.5%, which is pretty low. This is for a 09 model mind you. You won’t hear me say this very often, but you may want to pay a visit to your Ford dealer if you’ve had your eye on the Flex. My sister actually likes this car because it has a minifridge. LOL. Priorites…Please keep in mind that I take the $2500 rebate into consideration when I estimate the payments below. If it looks lower than what you are getting, that’s probably because you didn’t include the rebate.
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|At Invoice||At MSRP|
|09 Ford Flex SE FWD||$27,307||$28,995||N/A||$327||N/A||$374|
- Inception fees (1st month payment, DMV, doc fee, bank fee, tire tax and possible security deposit) will be paid at signing.
- Local Taxes not included.
- 24-month/15k and 36-month/15k terms.
- All cars are stock, without any options.
- Cars ranked from lowest payment to highest payment.
- Yellow boxes denotes “lowest” lease payments for each car.
2009 Ford Flex SE FWD
36 Month – Residual 48% of MSRP – .000625 Base Rate
Rates provided by Tarry Shebesta from Leasecompare.com