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[Ford] 2021 Ford F-150 Lariat 502A - <$95/Week Lease

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12 weeks for delivery. Had to work hard for this deal against another dealer though.
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ThomasS231398 wrote: Got my deal done -
2.7L Lariat w/. 502A, FX4, Sunroof, plastic bedliner, 20" dark alloy wheels.

200.70 biweekly + 12% tax. for 24 months w/ 20,000km . 48K Residual
3000k due on delivery including first payment and taxes.

West Coast Ford. (Included the 750 targeted credit)
No sports or chrome package?
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GameChannel wrote: No sports or chrome package?
Pretty sure that is included with the lariat trim. I went with the sports appearance package.
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Aug 15, 2019
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ThomasS231398 wrote: Pretty sure that is included with the lariat trim. I went with the sports appearance package.
Is it also 4x4 with shorter bed?

any other options for your truck?
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MuffinHombre wrote: Is it also 4x4 with shorter bed?

any other options for your truck?
I opted for the 5.5 box, 6.5 was no additional.

No additional other than what’s in the 502a and fx4 package. Besides what I posted originally.
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May 6, 2016
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Whitby
I have been in 5 different Ford dealerships over the last 2 week and can say they are really pushing hard for the leasing options. Driving 35-40k a year it really isn't an option for me. Wish they would have better incentives on the F150 but they had been selling so many with their preproduction orders there was no need. Kind of crazy to spend $70k on the 150 XLT when you can hop into a super duty for a couple thousand more (with fewer options), but the super duty won't fit in our driveway.Face With Stuck-out Tongue Fingers crossed for deals before camping season starts, need a new tow vehiclePerson With Folded Hands
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ThomasS231398 wrote: I opted for the 5.5 box, 6.5 was no additional.

No additional other than what’s in the 502a and fx4 package. Besides what I posted originally.
Awesome the build I am thinking of is similar to yours but I do want something other than the FX4. Were they flexible with options?
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Cghall wrote: I have been in 5 different Ford dealerships over the last 2 week and can say they are really pushing hard for the leasing options. Driving 35-40k a year it really isn't an option for me. Wish they would have better incentives on the F150 but they had been selling so many with their preproduction orders there was no need. Kind of crazy to spend $70k on the 150 XLT when you can hop into a super duty for a couple thousand more (with fewer options), but the super duty won't fit in our driveway.Face With Stuck-out Tongue Fingers crossed for deals before camping season starts, need a new tow vehiclePerson With Folded Hands
As far as a SuperDuty goes, apples to apples (bed & cab config.) they're pretty much the same size as an F150. The only real size difference is the height. The cabs are nearly identical.
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MuffinHombre wrote: Awesome the build I am thinking of is similar to yours but I do want something other than the FX4. Were they flexible with options?
The FX4 is just the off-road add on, it’s discounted right now so you wouldn’t save much at all taking it off. Very flexible with changing any options. Just had to be the 2.7 for the extra discount.
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HungJai wrote: LoL... no one really towing anything will get a cybertruck

but if you want to be that cool soccer mom or dad driving a cybertruck 100%!
What is that based on? Cybertruck claims 3500lb payload and 15000lb towing. Why csnt it tow when tbe specs are higher than the f150 hdpp unicorns
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May 6, 2016
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Whitby
The kicker is the bed size. I need Screw 5 1/2 bed, on the super duty the min bed is a foot longer then on f150. This fits in my driveway now. But I really need the bigger cab for the family.
paintballdude05 wrote: As far as a SuperDuty goes, apples to apples (bed & cab config.) they're pretty much the same size as an F150. The only real size difference is the height. The cabs are nearly identical.
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minirx7 wrote: What is that based on? Cybertruck claims 3500lb payload and 15000lb towing. Why csnt it tow when tbe specs are higher than the f150 hdpp unicorns
Sorry meant to say mileage

that 500miles will become 250miles if you lucky
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May 6, 2016
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Whitby
Trimotor says 14000lbs towing, which is almost on par with the new f150. Will be interesting to see the battery drain if your towing an 8000lb trailer.

https://www.tesla.com/cybertruck/design#battery
minirx7 wrote: What is that based on? Cybertruck claims 3500lb payload and 15000lb towing. Why csnt it tow when tbe specs are higher than the f150 hdpp unicorns
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ThomasS231398 wrote: The FX4 is just the off-road add on, it’s discounted right now so you wouldn’t save much at all taking it off. Very flexible with changing any options. Just had to be the 2.7 for the extra discount.
Is the discounted price same as the price thats on the Ford website when you build the truck?
I am hoping to add 360 camera and B&O Unleashed
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Cghall wrote: The kicker is the bed size. I need Screw 5 1/2 bed, on the super duty the min bed is a foot longer then on f150. This fits in my driveway now. But I really need the bigger cab for the family.
Awh good point, I forgot about the lack of 5.5' bed. You'll enjoy the SuperCrew cab vs. the extended cab. I know I missed mine when my truck was in the shop, I had a SD in the same configuration as yours for a few days to replace it and the suicide doors were really getting on my nerves.
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tomadams wrote: Buying the park assist though also gives the self driving prep package so that one day you would be able to take advantage of that feature. Also adding this adds the 360 camera and you also get the front parking sensors and that is the only way you can get front sensors on the 502a lariat. So basically its $2200 for the active drive prep, the active park, the front parking sensors and the 360 camera. As someone who finds trucks hard to park if going in forwards I would rather buy this than fix a bumper
how do you add self driving prep package? I can't find this option in https://shop.ford.ca/build/f150, just add the park assist and 360 camera?

for whatever reason in final page it just keep showing :Active Park Assist 2.0 $0Black Question Mark Ornament for me
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Will this fit in a under ground condo parking spaces in Calgary? Hmmm...
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amkorp wrote: I thought that folding shifter feature is on all of the trucks, not just the ones with work surface option. Am I mistaken?
Apologies I was wrong on this
Autocorrect sucks
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Anyone know if the $750 Ford loyalty credit can be shared? I have a buddy who just bought a new ride so he’s not using it.
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Alkoholik wrote: You get it with 502A High upgrade

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Ford Co-Pilot360™ Assist 2.0
There is a difference between the Co-Pilot 360 Assist 2.0 and the Active Prep-Package. Assist is included in the 502A, active prep is not.

For hands free highway driving like Cadillac Super Cruise you have to opt for the prep package and the 360 degree camera, and pay extra to enable the feature once it is released. The prep package plus the 360 camera is $2200 - a $100 incentive credit, plus then you'll have to pay whatever Ford is going to charge in Canada once the software is available later in 2021. It is $600 for the first 3 years in the US, then a subscription service after that

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