Some Ford customers have recently received emails regarding exclusive offers and personal codes that should help save some money while getting behind the wheel of a new car. If you’re looking at the 2024 Ford Mustang, it could be helpful. One user from the Mustang7G forum revealed some of the information in the email, which states that Ford is giving some customers an exclusive Cash Offer to save on new Ford Vehicles.
For a new Ford F-150, Super Duty, or Expedition, Ford will give some customers $2,000 to put on the car; $1,250 on a Mustang Mach-E, Ranger, Explorer, Bronco Sport, Escape, Edge, or Mustang; or $750 on most other vehicles. But, one of the catches with this deal is that it expires on July 5, 2023. It’s unclear if that means that the order must be taken by that date to qualify for the Cash Offer or if it qualifies so long as an order is placed.
2024 Ford Mustang Lease Deals
On the other hand, CarsDirect has confirmed that the lease deals from Ford don’t include the most potent Mustang. If you want the Mustang GT or Dark Horse, you won’t get a deal on a lease for the car. Though, if you received the email regarding the Cash Offer, it applies to the GT, just not the Dark Horse. The cheapest 2024 Mustang GT coupe has an estimated loan payment of $847 for 60 months based on no money down and an interest rate of 7%. Make that a 72-month loan, and the payment falls to $752. Add the Exclusive Cash Offer if you got it, and you could at least have $1,250 down, which should help to some degree.
As for the lease offer, the 2024 Ford Mustang EcoBoost does qualify for a lease deal. As pointed out by CarsDirect, if you put $3,678 down at signing, you could get a 2024 EcoBoost Mustang on a lease with a monthly payment of $503. Since it’s included with the Exclusive Cash Offer, if you got the Personal Code, it might prove beneficial if you’re planning to get behind the wheel of one. However, given the current state of interest rates, these numbers are subject to be different. Additionally, the yearly limit for the leased car is just 10,500 miles. Though, if you lease to buy, the car’s mileage shouldn’t matter too much.