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    01/04/2023 at 08:49

    Just a random thought on what it would take for me to lease the CE (city edition) I figure if the lease was 249 for the ECO and 299 for the Plus along with a free home charger with install and unlimited DC charging at Electrify America and EVGO I likely would be on board. How about you would this make you consider a CE… poll is below. If not comment on if anything would make you consider a CE.

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    Would you lease a CE with sub 300 payment and unlimited free charging

    • Yes 90.00% 9 votes
    • No 10.00% 1 vote
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  • Scott Hale

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    01/04/2023 at 11:19

    I’d buy the CE right now if the battery lease option was available. That would drop the price by around $15k-20k. Range of 179 is fine for me as a daily driver (and we still would have an ICE vehicle).

    • HUNG PHAM

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      01/09/2023 at 08:24

      Same here!

  • Ravi Voleti

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    01/04/2023 at 14:16

    What about the down payment? Are you ok to pay?

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    • Scott Hale

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      01/04/2023 at 16:21

      Buying I plan on a $10k down with the hope eventually $7500 comes back……

  • Geoff Roemerman

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    01/05/2023 at 04:10

    I mean, you can’t lease a decent ICE car for 249 a month anymore, so of course I’d take it… but why on earth would Vinfast ever lease them for that? At 249 a month that would be 9k in payments. Subtract 1500 for charger installed – 5400 free charging at 150 a month = 2100 in actual money applied to vehicle cost for vinfast) There’s no way that’s a sustainable plan for them. They can’t expect a $45000 car to have a residual value of $43000 at the end of 3 years.

    • Scott Hale

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      01/05/2023 at 11:12

      the lease makes no sense. It’s far too short at 2years and the price is still too high for the range.

    • Phong Vo

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      01/09/2023 at 08:54

      The MSRP needs to come down significantly to make the lease option affordable. Residual value is a show stopper for low monthly lease payment yet high MSRP.

      • Scott Hale

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        01/09/2023 at 10:47

        I think an only 2 year least is quite silly and few would choose it.

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