Ford Acquire

How It Works:

  • Monthly Payments - These are calculated by deducting the deposit from the vehicle price.  Any interest and fees are added to the balance and then split into equal monthly payments.
  • Deposit: - This is deducted from the price of the vehicle.
  • Final balloon - If you have chosen to add a balloon then this is your final payment and is based on the mileage band and contract term you chose at the start of the agreement.

Made a decision? Here are your next steps:

  • There may be writing down allowances available.
  • If you want to own your commercial vehicle at the end of the contract, Ford Acquire may be the best plan for you or your business.
  • Your business may benefit from any profit from the sale of the commercial vehicle.
  • Eligible commercial vehicle customers must pay the full VAT amount as a minimum deposit in order to claim it back.

Made a decision? Here are your next steps:

  • Once you are happy with your quote, your Ford Dealer will submit your application to Ford Credit.
  • Desmond Motors Transit Centre will be able to provide you with an instant quotation showing your monthly payments.
  • When the finance documentation is complete, you can drive away in your new Ford Commercial Vehicle.

At The End

  • At the end of the agreement, assuming all payments including the Purchase Fee have been made, the commercial vehicle belongs to your business. If you have chosen Ford Acquire with a balloon then this becomes your final payment.
  • For more information, and for help choosing a commercial vehicle, visit us at one of our locations.
Important Information

Business users only. 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.

The availability of tax and VAT benefits may vary subject to the facts and circumstances of individual cases and tax law is subject to change over time. Customers are therefore advised to seek professional advice with regard to taxation.