Video of the paperwork proving the lease agreement:

Hello everyone, Sergeant392 here.

Today we're saying goodbye to my 2016 Ford F150.

I leased this truck back in 2016 for 24 months for $215/month. That price included Z plan, conquest and other incentives; it was also leased through a credit union and not Ford Credit. Around $600 was due at signing and $400 was due at lease end, but that was still less than leasing through Ford.

This truck is a shadow black 4x4 Supercrew in XLT trim with the 6 speed transmission, now they come in the 10 speed. The optional equipment includes the 302a package (rear view cam, remote start, sync 3, sliding rear window, some other stuff), 2.7 ecoboost engine, sport appearance package, and the twin panel moon roof. MSRP after discounts came out to be almost 47k.

Things I love about about the truck:
1. Truck is fast (can be tuned)
2. So much space (wife loved it, room for 5 people, 3 kids)
3. High driving position
4. Moon roof

Things I didn't like about the truck:
1. Sound
2. Issue with the door not closing in the winter (locks froze)

I will miss this truck and wish we could've kept it instead of the van, but as good as the truck is at everything, it's not the best at hauling 3 kids which the van excels at (or at least my wife thinks so).

Thanks for watching, see you all soon in another video!


    • Erik

      but its a 2.7L

      about 5 months ago
    • Michael Burke
      Michael Burke

      What muffler is on that truck? I can tell how it sounds that is not the stock muffler!!!

      about 8 months ago
    • timmyvechett

      good credit does wonders

      about 1 year ago
    • Jose Roman
      Jose Roman

      $215 for a 24 month lease? I find that hard to belive.

      about 1 year ago
    • ojars zvaigzne
      ojars zvaigzne In reply to Jose Roman

      @Sergeant392 One of the dealers here in Eau Claire, WI was leasing LOADED F150s for $190 a month...........WITH $10K cap-reduction! Same bullshit as this video!

      about 3 months ago
    • valorace
      valorace In reply to Jose Roman

      What was the downpayment

      about 11 months ago
    • Sergeant392
      Sergeant392 In reply to Jose Roman

      That's a good point, when I leased this truck it was the first time I had even heard of bypassing Ford Credit or a traditional bank because the quote I got without the credit union was a lot higher, the only upside to Ford Credit was a lower upfront cost and return fee.

      about 1 year ago
    • Well That’s Retarded
      Well That’s Retarded In reply to Jose Roman

      Sergeant392 alao unions are better rather than slimy high interest banks

      about 1 year ago
    • Sergeant392
      Sergeant392 In reply to Jose Roman

      Like many people apparently which is why I made another video proving doubters wrong. Watch it if you don't believe me, I show the dealership paperwork and everything, I was lucky and leased at the perfect time apparently.

      about 1 year ago
    • Abraham DeHart
      Abraham DeHart

      What credit union did you use to lease? $215/month seems like a great deal for a $47k truck.

      about 1 year ago
    • Mission Impossible
      Mission Impossible In reply to Abraham DeHart

      @Sergeant392 wow what a great deal, so what was the guarantee residual at the end of the lease?
      I was looking at the Tacoma and the residual is about 70%, if the F150 is that high it could be the better deal considering it's a larger truck with more towing capacity.
      I rented a similar F150 with the same 2.7 and was really surprised at how fuel efficient it was, thanks for sharing.

      about 8 months ago
    • Sergeant392
      Sergeant392 In reply to Abraham DeHart

      Jeremy here thinks he knows more than the person who leased the truck, I still have the paperwork and lease agreement which I will show in another video like I did with my Charger since trolls have appeared.

      about 1 year ago
    • Jeremy Littlefield
      Jeremy Littlefield In reply to Abraham DeHart

      Abraham DeHart none He is lying or leaving out his down payment

      about 1 year ago
    • Sergeant392
      Sergeant392 In reply to Abraham DeHart

      The dealership set up the lease through Credit Union Leasing of America (CULA) and they had a local credit union facilitate the payments, however, after I told a friend about the deal I got he contacted my salesman a few months later and they were unable to offer him the same deal because CULA had leased too many of them in that time frame and they were projected to loose money on the trucks at auction after turn-in.

      about 1 year ago