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Old 06-04-2013, 07:51 PM   #1
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Good deal?

2014 White Gt with premium everything (rear view camera, nav etc.)

36 month lease $460 with no down.

Or $53,000.

What do you guys think? Is this a good deal? They quoted $650 initially for the lease and went all the way down to $460.
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Why would you do a lease?
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Why would you do a lease?
Waiting for the 2015? I have the option to end it early.
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Waiting for the 2015? I have the option to end it early.
I'll lease you mine for that kind of money.
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I'll lease you mine for that kind of money.
So it's a bad deal then? What are you're guys's payments if you don't mind me asking.

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So it's a bad deal then? What are you're guys's payments if you don't mind me asking.
They quoted me ~$1050/month for 48 months.
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Old 06-04-2013, 08:14 PM   #6
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53K? Thats crazy expensive. I'll sell you my 2013 Boss for less than that. I have my boss listed in some places for 44k and it has 10k in parts!
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Who leases out a mustang? Lol
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Who leases out a mustang? Lol
Someone who wants to see if the 2015 will be worth purchasing?
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Lol no thanks to a lease. Having to pay for any damages done to the car, you are paying a crazy amount per month which is almost what I pay to own mine a month. Gross.

Also 53,000 is way marked up for a fully loaded GT. Your bargaining skills need work....
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Lol no thanks to a lease. Having to pay for any damages done to the car, you are paying a crazy amount per month which is almost what I pay to own mine a month. Gross.

Also 53,000 is way marked up for a fully loaded GT. Your bargaining skills need work....
Thanks for the heads up. Any idea what the value should be approx?
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53K? Thats crazy expensive. I'll sell you my 2013 Boss for less than that. I have my boss listed in some places for 44k and it has 10k in parts!
+1. Seems WAY overpriced. My buddy paid $43k for his '12 GT500 with 1500 miles on it. No way i would pay that money for a GT. regardless of options.
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Why pay for something monthly when you'll never own it? You could make the same payments and put it towards something you'll actually own. Plus you're limited to what you can do and how you can drive it.

Also I bought mine a year ago for $22k with 10k miles. Special edition (1/1000), fully loaded with navigation, Borla stingers, steeda intake and a tune. I pay $370 a month with nothing down. And took out an extra $1k on the loan.
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Why pay for something monthly when you'll never own it? You could make the same payments and put it towards something you'll actually own. Plus you're limited to what you can do and how you can drive it.
The lease will be put towards the purchase if I decide to buy it in the end. Doing some research now on exactly how much this car is worth...
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U shouldn't be above $36-$37k for a GT. and I only pay $390 a month for mine and I bought my '12 GT brand new without having to talk them down. $53000 is almost double what I'm paying total
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U can buy a boss or Shelby for that kind of money. Just take ur time and do some research.
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Thanks for the help guys. I'll look around.

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Why pay for something monthly when you'll never own it? You could make the same payments and put it towards something you'll actually own. Plus you're limited to what you can do and how you can drive it.

Also I bought mine a year ago for $22k with 10k miles. Special edition (1/1000), fully loaded with navigation, Borla stingers, steeda intake and a tune. I pay $370 a month with nothing down. And took out an extra $1k on the loan.
That's an amazing deal!!
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Thanks for the help guys. I'll look around.

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That's an amazing deal!!
Definitely! Wait it out. Who's to say you'll even like the new 15's. and remember if there's a new trans/engine beware of having problems with it. Mines in the shop as we speak. .
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53k for a gt? I had to reread that. Just wait and see when more info for the 2015 to come out
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It's never a good idea to lease a car. You are pretty much renting it and paying the same amount as you would if you owned it. And a fully loaded '14 GT with 0 miles should be mid-high 30s. For 53k I would expect to be getting a GT500
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Old 06-05-2013, 06:27 AM   #21
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And can't lease a gt500 lol I would wait of your serious about the 2015s I couldn't wait and ended up with a 11 gt loaded for mid 20s never looked back couldn't be happier . The 2015s I don't think are really guna over power us 5.0 crowd by that much probably just new look .!
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Lol no thanks to a lease. Having to pay for any damages done to the car, you are paying a crazy amount per month which is almost what I pay to own mine a month. Gross.

Also 53,000 is way marked up for a fully loaded GT. Your bargaining skills need work....
And you wouldn't have to pay for the damages if you owned it?

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Why pay for something monthly when you'll never own it? You could make the same payments and put it towards something you'll actually own. Plus you're limited to what you can do and how you can drive it.

Also I bought mine a year ago for $22k with 10k miles. Special edition (1/1000), fully loaded with navigation, Borla stingers, steeda intake and a tune. I pay $370 a month with nothing down. And took out an extra $1k on the loan.
This is my only issue with leasing. If you plan to keep it stock for the length of the lease, then I see no problem with leasing. If you're prone to the mod bug then I would buy it...
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And you wouldn't have to pay for the damages if you owned it?

This is my only issue with leasing. If you plan to keep it stock for the length of the lease, then I see no problem with leasing. If you're prone to the mod bug then I would buy it...
Well I mean things you can't help. I guess it depends on where you lease from but I've had friends return leased cars have to dump money into those cars repairing ever little rock chip etc. If the rims get a little curb rash, have to fix that, interior is dirty have to pay to clean it.

If you take the car in on the very end of the lease it is too late to pay anyone else to fix them and you can get screwed. Which honestly if your leasing a car it makes sense they demand that. Exactly why I would rather own the car myself.
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I leased a Ford truck in 98, I paid cash and my total was $6500. Back then anyways, a lease is based on depreciation. At the end of the lease you have a buy option. If I would have bought it out right, I would have paid a lot more for just 1yr. I leased through Ford and they didn't nit pick about anything. Insurance on the other hand, is higher on a leased vehicle for some reason. There are many reasons for leasing a vehicle, but a mustang doesn't fit any of the categories.
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