fiat 500e lease

2015 FIAT 500e Lease

$999 Due at Signing

(Excludes tax, title, license and registration fees. Does not include 1st month payment.)

MSRP $32,600

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Lease Payment Breakdown: Imagine leasing an electric car for only $199 per month. Well guess what you sure can with the FIAT 500e lease deal with only $999 down! Total paid after 36 months would be $7164 in lease payment plus the down payment makes a total of $8163 paid out over the life of the 3-year lease. Thats only $2721 per year to drive free of gas.
Mileage: You are allotted 12k miles per year or 36k miles over the life of the lease which is great for the commuter. The cost of overages is $0.25 cents per mile which isn’t too bad.End of Lease: A $395 disposal fee is due at lease end. There only option to purchased must be set before the lease signing. This is a $30k car and even with rebates FIAT stands to make alot with this car as a certified preowned vehicle. But you can sure get a great deal with this lease.

Fine Print: Offer applies to 2013 FIAT 500e models. For well qualified lessees based on MSRP example of $32,600 with a P24 package after all applicable offers. Total due at lease signing includes a down payment and first month’s payment. Offer requires dealer contribution. Tax, title and license extra. Lessee pays for excess wear and mileage of $.25 /mile for each mile over 12,000 miles per year plus a $395 disposition fee if vehicle is returned at end of term. Option to buy at lease end at pre-negotiated price. Dealer’s actual terms may vary. Offer through Chrysler Capital. Residency restrictions apply.

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About the FIAT 500e Electric Car
The FIAT 500e combines a cool little subcompact car with a very efficient powertrain that uses ZERO gasoline and produces ZERO emissions. FIAT is selling their 500 electric car for over $30k but you can lease one for under $200. The estimated range is between 80-100 miles per charge which is more than enough for most drivers.
In California, the car world is ticking greener than anywhere else on this earth. So green that Fiat is offering some great incentives on this sub-compact electric car. Like the Nissan Leaf and Chevy Spark, the 500e is part of a growing automotive segment. Most FIAT’s are very interesting and bright to look at. This EV looks just like the rest of the regular gas powered family except it has a small EV badge and makes no sound.Inside, everything is like in the series 500. Only the selector lever to the single-stage gearbox of the car is different. Otherwise, everything is Fiat. The steering wheel feels hollow at, glossy plastic everywhere. But colors and shapes have style. The front seats are comfortable enough but the rear seats are small and confined. Then there is a limited amount of cargo space. Where there once was the spare wheel well, there is the 11 kWh lithium-polymer battery.

The power source to the 500e is an asynchronous three-phase motor that has 111 horsepower and 147 lb-ft. of torque which is more than enough. The steering is smoother and the acceleration weak when in ECO mode. This setting is primarily used to save the battery. In normal mode the acceleration is good, with the right torque pending flits the little car around fast.

With the energy recuperation, collecting energy during braking, the car brakes a bit differently than the normal Fiat with a gasoline engine. In everyday life and in everyday mode inhibits the mini-e-mobile actually just that it actually goes too slow in reverse. It’s annoying when parking.

Will someday the FIAT 500e become cheaper than its gas counterpart. Well you have to have a ton of incentives to beath the already cheap 500. So take full advantage of the special leasing program.