Love that new car smell?
Well, Ford Options may be right up your street.
A type of hire purchase (sometimes called Personal Contract Purchase) where your monthly payment is lower when compared to a Ford Acquire agreement of the same length and deposit.
Take a look at the video below to see how Ford Options works.
Deposit : -This is deducted from the price of the car.
Monthly Payments : - Calculated by deducting the Deposit and Optional Final payment from the price of the car. The balance, plus any interest and fees is then split into equal monthly payments depending on the length of your agreement.
Optional Final Payment : also deducted from the price of the car and is due at the end of your agreement. It is the anticipated future value of your car assuming its mileage and condition is as agreed when you signed your agreement.
Once you have chosen the vehicle you want to buy then you will need to make a few decisions about your:
Your monthly payment can then be calculated.
The car is yours at the end of the agreement assuming all payments plus the purchase fee have been made.
You have three options at the end of your agreement:
Choose another car.
Your chance to drive another new Ford Car. You can trade your old car in or sell it privately. Once you’ve fully settled your account (including the Optional Final Payment) any money left may be used as deposit for your new Ford Car.
Hand the car back.
Assuming all monthly payments have been made, you’ll have nothing further to pay, providing the car is in good condition and the agreed mileage hasn’t been exceeded.
Keep the car.
If you decide to keep the car, assuming all monthly payments have been made, you just need to pay the Optional Final Payment plus the purchase fee and it’s yours to drive away.
Finance subject to status. Freepost Ford Credit.
Ford Credit is a trading style of FCE Bank plc. Registered in England: No 772784. Registered Office: FCE Bank plc, Arterial Road, Laindon, Essex, SS15 6EE. FCE Bank plc is authorised by the Prudential Regulation Authority and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority and the Prudential Regulation Authority under firm reference number 204469.