The benefits of Ford Options Cashplan
- No regular payments – ideal if you have a cash sum available - but with all the benefits of the regular Ford Options product
- Replace your Ford more often – giving you the best of safety, performance, design and economy every time you change your car
- Reduce your risk – your Guaranteed Minimum Future Value (GMFV) protects you against unexpected falls in used car prices
- Flexibility – at the end of the agreement you can Renew, Return or Retain your Ford (see below)
Choose from three options at the end of your agreement.
Option 1 – Renew your Ford
With Ford Options Cashplan, you can enjoy all of the benefits of a new car, more often. If you would like to renew your Ford you can trade it in at your Ford Dealer or sell it privately once you have settled your account. Any excess value over the GMFV can be used as a deposit towards your new Ford.
Option 2 - Return your Ford
Your pre-agreed GMFV gives you protection against any unexpected fall in used car prices. If you would like to return your car, your Ford Dealer will complete a vehicle appraisal. As long as your car meets our fair wear and tear standards, is within the agreed mileage, and your account is up-to-date, there will be nothing further to pay. Additional charges will be made if you exceed the agreed mileage or if your car does not meet our fair wear and tear standards.
Option 3 – Retain your Ford
Ford Options Cashplan also gives you the flexibility to own the car at the end of the agreement. All you need to do is arrange payment of the GMFV, which was deducted at the start of your agreement, plus the purchase fee.
We'll contact you before the end of your Ford Options Cashplan agreement to make sure you have plenty of time to decide which option is right for you.
Renewing your Ford before the end of your agreement
With Ford Options Cashplan you're in complete control, with the flexibility to renew your Ford at any time during your agreement. Find out more about our current promotions. Your Ford Dealer will assist you with the process, including settlement of your outstanding balance on your behalf. Please remember, however, that the responsibility of settling the financial balance remains yours.