For a 2019 Ford Explorer lease, you’ll have to spend $1,000 more than a 2016 Ford Explorer.
It’s because the Ford Explorer’s annual lease payment has gone up from $3,900 to $4,500 in 2019.
That’s because Ford is offering new leases with a new financing option.
It starts at $2,000 a month for a five-year lease and increases to $3 and up for a 10-year option.
There are some differences between 2019 Ford and 2016 Ford vehicles, but the Explorer’s base price of $19,990 is still more than $10,000 cheaper than the same car on the same lease.
Ford has also lowered the annual maintenance fees on the Explorer, from $350 to $250 a year.
The price difference is due to the Explorer leasing its own fleet of vehicles and not leasing from Ford.
Ford’s 2017 Explorer was the first to offer a leasing option.
Ford offers four leasing options for 2019 Ford Explorers, the three-door Explorer sedan, four-door Expedition SUV and two-door Escort SUV.
It has also offered lease options for the Expedition and Explorer SUVs.
The base price for the 2019 Ford Expedition, Explorer and Explorer SUV leases is $23,495, the lowest in the segment.
The lowest price in the industry for the Explorer is $25,695.
Ford said it’s also lowered its annual maintenance fee on the 2019 Explorer to $350 from $500 a year earlier.
Ford also has lowered the maintenance fee for its 2019 Expedition, Expedition and Escort SUVs to $375 from $425 a year ago.
The Explorer will be available with either a three-speed automatic transmission or a manual transmission, depending on the model.
The 2019 Explorer SUV and Escorts will get a manual drive option.