Oct 18th, 2010 by Ross Edwards
During October, the 2010 Ford F-150 is available with a 0% financing incentive for 60 months plus $1,000 cash back. The cash back is only available as an addition to the trade-in value of a 1995 or newer vehicle. The 2010 F-150 can also be bought with 0% financing for 36 months and $2,000 cash back. If you can afford the monthly payments on a three year loan, that incentive is a better deal since you’ll be paying $1,000 less for your new truck. F-150 buyers can also pick a $3,500 cash back incentive this month.
Left over 2010 Ford Taurus models can be bought with either a 0% financing incentive for 60 months with $500 cash back or $1,500 back during October. The 2010 Chevy Malibu is a better deal this month with 0% financing for 72 months or $3,500 cash back.
The 2010 Ford Ranger is on sale during October with 0% financing for 72 months or$1,000 cash back.
The 2010 Ford Edge is available during October with the choice between $3,000 cash back or 0% financing for 60 months along with a $1,000 rebate.
Ford is offering a choice between 0% financing and a $1,000 cash back incentive on the 2010 Ford Escape.
The 2010 Expedition comes with either a $2,000 cash back incentive or 0% financing with $500 back.
The 2010 Ford Explorer comes with $500 cash back along with 0% interest rate loan incentive for 60 months. The Explorer, which has been completely redesigned for this year, also comes with the option of $2,500 cash back.
The Explorer Sport Trac, which has been discontinued and isn’t available as a 2011 model, can be bought with 0% financing for 60 months or $1,000 cash back.
This month, the 2010 Ford Flex is on sale with the choice between $3,000 cash back or 0% financing for 36 months and $1,000 cash back.
The 2010 Ford Fusion and Focus are on sale during October with 0% financing for 60 months with $500 cash back or $1,500 cash back. The 2010 Ford Mustang V6 (shown above) is on sale this month with almost the same incentive, except the pony car’s 0% incentive is only available on 36-month loans.