Ford has announced fleet incentives for its 2015 model-year vehicles for Ford and Lincoln branded cars, trucks, vans, and SUVs.
Ford has not announced an incentive for its 2015 F-150 full-size pickup. The automaker plans to announce pricing for the vehicle later this year, said Mike Levine, Ford's truck communications manager.
For its cars, Ford is offering $750 for the Fiesta subcompact car; $1,500 for the gasoline Fusion and Fusion Energi mid-size sedans; $750 for the Fusion Hybrid; $750 for the Mustang sport car; $2,500 for the Taurus full-size sedan; and $1,500 for the Ford Police Interceptor sedan. The Mustang GT is not eligible for an incentive. The Ford P.I. sedan incentive requires pre-approval by Ford Fleet.
For its trucks and SUVs, Ford is offering $3,500 for the Expedition large SUV; $1,750 for the Explorer mid-size SUV; $1,500 for the Police Interceptor Utility; $2,750 for the gasoline F-Series Super Duty truck over 8,500 pounds GVWR; $3,000 for the F-Series Super Duty Diesel over 8,500 pounds GVWR; $4,000 for the gasoline F-650; $4,500 for the diesel F-650; and $5,500 for the diesel F-750. Ford complete vehicles purchased through select vehicle modifiers may not be eligible.
For its vans, Ford is offering $2,500 for the E-Series cutaway and stripped chassis; $1,500 for the Transit full-size van, $750 for the Transit Connect compact van, and $1,000 for the Transit Connect with the 86T taxi package.
For its Lincoln brand, Ford is offering $1,250 for the MKC compact SUV; $2,000 for the MKZ entry luxury sedan; and $2,500 for the Navigator full-size SUV, including the long wheelbase version.
Originally posted on Automotive Fleet