You want a new electric SUV, preferably something nice. Something that will not just get you where you need to be in style, but be environmentally-friendly and economical as well. If you’ve never heard of the new Fisker Ocean, you should take a look. It’s a unique electric SUV that also has a unique feature – a non-lease lease.
What is the Fisker Ocean non-lease lease?
Fisker Ocean will have a unique program similar to leasing, but also not similar to leasing. For $379 per month, you can lease a Fisker Ocean SUV, but there are no term limits and you can cancel it at any time. After twelve years, of leased driving, Fisker Ocean will retire and recycle the electric SUV. This does require an initial payment of $2,999, and it includes up to 30,000 miles per year.
However, there is no option to purchase your Fisker Ocean at any point during the lease, in part because there is no term limit. At the same time, Fisker Ocean says that you’ll be able to trade in your Fisker Ocean SUV. They say, “…with our Fisker Flexee App and via our website, you will be able to submit your trade-in for valuation and potentially offset the value against your Flexee Lease or purchase price.”
How much will the 2023 Fisker Ocean cost?
The 2023 Fisker Ocean should start at about $37,499. Of course, as with most electric vehicles these days, there are incentives that could reduce that price even further. If you want to upgrade your Fisker Ocean SUV, it’s easy to do. There are a total of three trim levels available on the Fisker Ocean.
The Fisker Ocean electric SUV model will come in the following three trim levels: the Standard Sport, Ultra, and Extreme. In addition, Fisker Ocean will consider the first 5,000 electric SUVs made their special launch edition. These will be called Ocean One. The Fisker Ocean Ultra will start at $49,999, and the Fisker Ocean Extreme and Fisker Ocean One will each start at $68,999.
What is the Fisker Ocean release date?
The Fisker Ocean SUV will begin to be delivered on November 17, 2022. The base model, the Fisker Ocean Sport, will be available with 250 miles of range and come with FWD. The next model, the Fisker Ocean Ultra, will be AWD and get 340 miles per charge. At least part of the difference in range between these two trim levels of the Fisker Ocean is their batteries. While the Fisker Ocean Sport will have a lithium iron phosphate battery, the Fisker Ocean Ultra’s battery will be Nickel Manganese Cobalt. That’s the same battery as the one in the Fisker Ocean Extreme and the Fisker Ocean One. That Fisker Ocean electric SUV will be capable of at least 350 miles per charge.
In addition, the Fisker Ocean Sport’s horsepower will be 275, while the Fisker Ocean Ultra will have a whopping 540 hp. At the top of the Fisker Ocean pyramid is the Extreme with its 550 hp.
If you’re interested in the Fisker Ocean SUV, you just might be interested in its non-lease lease. Of course, you may just also want to buy a Fisker Ocean SUV outright, and not worry about making payments indefinitely.