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Ford Finance Lease for your Commercial Vehicle

Simple and straightforward finance packages

Customer Benefits:

  • Minimal capital outlay - typically three months rental
  • Fixed repayments to assist cash-flow and budgeting
  • Tax and VAT advantages may be available
  • Additional line of credit for your business
  • Reduce your regular rentals by choosing the Finance Lease with balloon option

Ford Finance Lease contracts last between 24 and 60 months. Following the calculated monthly payments, you will then sell the vehicle on behalf of Ford Lease. The vehicle can be simply sold to a third party, or you can discuss and finalise a part-exchange price with us, your dealership. Once the vehicle is sold, the full amount of sale proceeds will be returned to you, minus any incidental sales fees. Alternatively, the lease can be continued into a secondary period, by paying a nominal peppercorn rental payment of £100 plus VAT per year.

    Finance Lease

    Finance Lease with balloon

    How Finance Lease works:

    1. Select the Ford Commercial Vehicle you want
    2. Choose the hire period that's right for you and your business (between 24 and 60 months)
    3. Gates will calculate your initial payment and fixed monthly rental
    4. At the end of the agreement you are responsible for selling the vehicle on behalf of Ford Lease by choosing one of the following options:
    5. a - Sell the vehicle on behalf of Ford Lease to a third party b - Agree a part exchange price with Gates and Gates purchases the vehicle from Ford Lease.
    6. Alternatively, you may extend the agreement into a secondary period by paying a nominal peppercorn rental of £100 + VAT per year
    7. If you have taken Finance Lease with a balloon option you must settle the balloon amount with Ford Lease at the end of the primary term
    8. Ford Lease will return 100% of sales proceeds to you less any fees associated with the vehicle sale
    Business users only. You should always seek independent professional advice in relation to taxation and VAT issues. Restrictions apply.