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Old 06-27-2012, 11:49 AM   #1
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How you decided V6 instead of GT

So when I made the Decision a year a go to get the V6 MCA instead of the base GT, money had a lot to do with my decision, though the MCA edition with options (26k after negotiation, vs. the GT Base 28k +/- after negotiation), was roughly the same price.

1)The MCA had all the trimmings, plus the 3.31 limited slip option (leather seats, USB music, 18" Pirelli zero's, stripes, classic billet grille, etc) while the base was cloth seats, no usb, honeycomb grill, etc)

2)Also the 3.7 was significantly more balanced and lighter, (driving a little more like a traditional sports car) vs. the 5.0 which had the heavy drag-racer feel. I'm within the "daily driver" category, though I don't commute.

3) Gas was 4.50 a gallon when I bought the car. the 32 mpgs made my wallet seem a lot lighter

4) Insurance. NO explanation needed.


I'm curious, how did you guys make your decision? Do you sometimes wish you got the GT?
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I made mine on money as well. 19 years old and helping sell real estate. The GT was sky high on insurance and I managed to get a v6 premium package for 20k negotiation. And the gas along with the 31 mpg automatic made DD great for me. (shifting gears is fun though) and the power of them. They have the power of previous generation GT but in a v6. It's nice. I wish I could have gotten all the exterior trimming of the MCA. I just have the same insides.
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Partially on cost - the 5.0 was about $5,000 more. And I knew mods would add to the overall price.

Plus I was at the track with my 2006 and had 2 guys with 5.0's come down and check it out. They counted spark plug wires and said "we're getting killed by a 6" Decide to stay with a 6 and turbo this one then
Ordered it the next week
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Well the base gt coupe was close to the same price as the v6 convertible base , so I bought the convertible and for 350 bucks on eBay I installed the complete oem leather interior. Pluss I like the front bumper of the v6 better than the gt anyways
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Re: How you decided V6 instead of GT

Way cheaper insurance, Better MPG, And when I walked through the dealers lot and saw the car I ended up buying and it was just "Love at first sight" If it was a GT I would have bought it anyway but it was a V6. The insurance and MPG are just a bonus.
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I have a gt premium and I do look back and wished I got the v6 premium because of gas, insurance and monthly payments, but as of right now im happy shifting every 2000 rpms trying to save gas. It's a good feeling knowing you can rape almost 90% cars on the road. Im not a racer at all, but its good to feel a nasty pull back launching your car from a redlight/stop sign.
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Re: How you decided V6 instead of GT

Back in 1965 I bought a 289 V8 Hi-Performance mustang. It was rated 271 horsepower. The 350GT V8 was 302 horsepower.

The 2012 Mustang V6 is rated at 305 horsepower.

Who would have ever thought this would ever happen?

I don't hot lap or drag race like I used to and just wanted a car that looked and handled great with almost decent MPG and the Mustang filled the bill for me.
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I'm not all into HP either but do love the style of mustangs and their heritage. I got a 2010 GT but came close to buying a 2012 V6. I traded in a V6 mustang and got the GT cause I always wanted one. In hindsight it wasn't the smartest move economically. The GT drinks gas and yea insurance went up quiet a bit.
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Re: How you decided V6 instead of GT

I had a Mini Cooper before and with the new mustang my insurance only went up $111.00 a year. Not bad since the Mini only cost $28,500 four years ago and my 2012 Mustang stickered for $33,000. Same coverage.

This is my fourth Mustang.
1964 1/2 289 V8 convertable
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Now I have the 2012 V6 MCCA premium automatic.

I have had other cars in between but I seem to always come back to MUSTANG.
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Do you still,have the other 3 mustangs? If yes can u post pictures? If no, do you have any old pics you can post?
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Re: How you decided V6 instead of GT

I sure wish I did but they were all sold or traded off for other cars. I even had a 1959 FIAT 500 when I was 16 years old.
That was traded in on a 1960 Ford Angelia a year later.
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I had considered a base model '09 premium V6. But when I heard the 5.0 was making a comeback, I decided to wait for it. The return of the Legendary Thunder. How could I go with anything else?
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Re: How you decided V6 instead of GT

I had a budget. No matter what I got it was going to be a V6. When I started researching the cars I wanted, I was looking for something sporty and 2drs. I wanted a manual and it had to be under $25k. The Mustang was the only one that met my criteria, was the most powerful plus it shared the same trans/rearend as it's v8 counterpart. They didn't throw cheaper parts on the V6. Best part? It was cheaper than any of the alternatives, including the Camaro, and it was the fastest.
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Re: How you decided V6 instead of GT

$ did I want a mustang or not, so v6 it is.
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I drove both.I couldnt buy a stripped down GT, it was crappy to me. For $25k the Red Stallion is loaded, sync appearance package, 18" chrome wheels, racing stripes, tech package, leather, shaker 500, accent lighting, sat radio, even has heated seats. I could have spent $2500 more and got a rent-a-car like GT with plastic looking 17" wheels, cloth interior, and no spoiler. Couldnt do it. To answer your question, the V6 was a nice car and the base GT was not. For everything i got with the 6 the GT would have been $34k. $9k more.

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I actually went to the Chevy Dealership to look at the Camaro before I got the stallion. Outside they look great, as soon as you open the door reality hits you, "yup, it's still made by the same old Chevrolet". Wtf were they thinking when they designed that interior.
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Geeze what r y'all payin for insurance?? My Shelby is only $630 a year
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Re: How you decided V6 instead of GT

3.7L, 305 stock HP, 25 avg. mpgs. What else can you ask for?

The Camaro's interior is probably one of the worse designs I have ever seen and is just not fun to drive with the massive blindspots. The Challenger, well I won't go there. The 3.7 Mustang beats everything in it's class, plain and simple. It was a no-brainer for me after driving and researching for a good four months.

Insurance was a big factor for me as well. The 5.0 would have been crazy and also would of been a pain at the pump when driving over two hours every day. Like I said, no brainer in my book.
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I pay like $130 a month, that cheap considering its a 300+ hp car and Ilive in South Florida, the GT was quoted at $210 at a month
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I drove both.I couldnt buy a stripped down GT, it was crappy to me. For $25k the Red Stallion is loaded, sync appearance package, 18" chrome wheels, racing stripes, tech package, leather, shaker 500, accent lighting, sat radio, even has heated seats. I could have spent $2500 more and got a rent-a-car like GT with plastic looking 17" wheels, cloth interior, and no spoiler. Couldnt do it. To answer your question, the V6 was a nice car and the base GT was not. For everything i got with the 6 the GT would have been $34k. $9k more.

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I actually went to the Chevy Dealership to look at the Camaro before I got the stallion. Outside they look great, as soon as you open the door reality hits you, "yup, it's still made by the same old Chevrolet". Wtf were they thinking when they designed that interior.
I totally agree. I got a premium 2010 GT with racing stripes, louvers, 3.73 gears and a host of other goodies. For about 5k more I could have gotten into a base 5.0 which didn't satisfy me. I am happy with my GT but kinda wish I would have gotten the new V6 for gas efficiency alone.

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I had a budget. No matter what I got it was going to be a V6. When I started researching the cars I wanted, I was looking for something sporty and 2drs. I wanted a manual and it had to be under $25k. The Mustang was the only one that met my criteria, was the most powerful plus it shared the same trans/rearend as it's v8 counterpart. They didn't throw cheaper parts on the V6. Best part? It was cheaper than any of the alternatives, including the Camaro, and it was the fastest.
I had the same exact budget and wouldn't go a penny over!
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Re: How you decided V6 instead of GT

Lets see.....
1) 305 HP with decent gas mileage was first
2) cost doesnt really factor in for the car....loaded V6 premium is only 1K shy of a basic GT, but long running costs do!
3) insurance..DUH
4) 6 speed manual would have been the norm either way
5) customizable with a small budget (done!)
6) wanted to do what my DAD always did..order a ca HIS way..not what dealer had available........enjoyed that part..I got the first 2013 in at the beach..and it was all MINE!!!!!
do I wish i'd gotten a GT....no....a Boss 302.....yeah but 13K more, and with lousy mpg...errrrrrrrrrrrrr
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I made mine on money as well. 19 years old and helping sell real estate. The GT was sky high on insurance and I managed to get a v6 premium package for 20k negotiation. And the gas along with the 31 mpg automatic made DD great for me. (shifting gears is fun though) and the power of them. They have the power of previous generation GT but in a v6. It's nice. I wish I could have gotten all the exterior trimming of the MCA. I just have the same insides.
Whaaaaaaat? You got a V6 Premium for 20K? Sorry, I need to see an invoice to believe that...
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Re: How you decided V6 instead of GT

my decision was all about what i could afford at the time. my options were either a 2010 base GT with the 4.6 or the 2011 MCA V6 premium.after driving the two cars, the V6 wasn't much slower, and had all the nice trimmings, especially being the MCA edition. no regrets here... now had the 5.0 been in my price range, i would have definitely gotten one of those instead...
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Whaaaaaaat? You got a V6 Premium for 20K? Sorry, I need to see an invoice to believe that...
Rental fleet vehicles with over 25k miles on it. Negotiate and that's what it'll get you. Leather in saddle, shaker 500, sync, my color and what I really just wanted to begin with, a leather wrapped steering wheel.
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Lets see.....
1) 305 HP with decent gas mileage was first
2) cost doesnt really factor in for the car....loaded V6 premium is only 1K shy of a basic GT, but long running costs do!
3) insurance..DUH
4) 6 speed manual would have been the norm either way
5) customizable with a small budget (done!)
6) wanted to do what my DAD always did..order a ca HIS way..not what dealer had available........enjoyed that part..I got the first 2013 in at the beach..and it was all MINE!!!!!
do I wish i'd gotten a GT....no....a Boss 302.....yeah but 13K more, and with lousy mpg...errrrrrrrrrrrrr
ditto on all of this and let me tell you, you think getting quoted for insurace at 230 or whatever is bad, thats what i pay for my sixxer they wanted 500 bucks a month out here in germany for insurace. almost had a heart attack.

I love my sixxer though, shes mine and i can mod her however i want on a small budget!

sometimes i wish i had bought the gt becasue they have no governor but then i think about the insurance id be paying and the thought passes.
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If you get the Aluminum driveshaft you can have BAMA write a tune to release the governor, and cruise at 140+. Just stay safe!
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I would but it's going to be expensive out here. I'm going have to save up for that one. The exchange rate is killer out here and I'm getting my car painted first!
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What color do you have now?
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She is black. I'm getting hot pink rally stripes painted on.
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If you get the Aluminum driveshaft you can have BAMA write a tune to release the governor, and cruise at 140+. Just stay safe!
You would also have to get tires rated for those speeds.
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Re: How you decided V6 instead of GT

Yes! Thanks for mentioning that. I forgot. The MCA edition luckily comes with 18" Pirelli Zero Nero's rated up to 168mph.
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Re: How you decided V6 instead of GT

my biggest concern is people who buy the V6 and assume the money they saved can be used to make it better than the GT. This doesnt work due to the amount needed to get to a base GT level will exceed the GT price and also the resale value simply isnt there on a modified vehicle. Just one thing to consider when looking~

If you want to modify and want more hp/tq (trust me 300hp feels great at first but it becomes meh very quickly just like 400hp, 500hp, etc.... its never enough)

I purchased two v6's (97 and an 01) because I couldnt afford the V8 but wanted a Mustang.

I purchased my 2012 V6 because I already had a V8 and wanted something cheap for work duty.
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my biggest concern is people who buy the V6 and assume the money they saved can be used to make it better than the GT. This doesnt work due to the amount needed to get to a base GT level will exceed the GT price and also the resale value simply isnt there on a modified vehicle. Just one thing to consider when looking~

If you want to modify and want more hp/tq (trust me 300hp feels great at first but it becomes meh very quickly just like 400hp, 500hp, etc.... its never enough)

I purchased two v6's (97 and an 01) because I couldnt afford the V8 but wanted a Mustang.

I purchased my 2012 V6 because I already had a V8 and wanted something cheap for work duty.
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I don't feel the need to try to outdo the GT. I have my six up to 327 HP. Off the line, it out accelerates the base GT, just by being that much lighter. After test driving both, the only power difference the GT really had was in the uppermost gears, and any car can get cat backs to sound like the GT. It's true that if you supercharge the V6 you can get it up to 475+/-, but no one really does that - The supercharger alone is 5-10k. Don't get me wrong, the GT is amazing but I haven't spoken to anyone who has delusions that the V6 is going to edge out a GT in a quarter mile.
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my biggest concern is people who buy the V6 and assume the money they saved can be used to make it better than the GT. This doesnt work due to the amount needed to get to a base GT level will exceed the GT price and also the resale value simply isnt there on a modified vehicle. Just one thing to consider when looking~

If you want to modify and want more hp/tq (trust me 300hp feels great at first but it becomes meh very quickly just like 400hp, 500hp, etc.... its never enough)

I purchased two v6's (97 and an 01) because I couldnt afford the V8 but wanted a Mustang.

I purchased my 2012 V6 because I already had a V8 and wanted something cheap for work duty.
I agree. 300hp was great when going from my 04 V6 with what 210? But now 300 seems a little slow and wish maybe I waited a bit and saved for the 5.0. I could always procharge though. But after having that will I want more power??? When you think about it most 6cyl or even a lot of 4cyl cars have 300 or more hp so it's not really that much anymore :/
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