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Old 06-26-2014, 05:25 PM   #1
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What were the exterior/interior mustang changes, I'm deciding between a 2009/2010 v6 vs 2006/2007 GT. What were the changes exterior/interior that would be different on the cars and what are your guys opinions on either one


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Probably be best if you got the 11' V6 instead that way you have the power of the GT an the newer S197 body
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Probably be best if you got the 11' V6 instead that way you have the power of the GT an the newer S197 body

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16,000 is my budget, 17,000 if I find a really good deal. I don't see any in that price range


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16,000 is my budget, 17,000 if I find a really good deal. I don't see any in that price range


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You can always have one shipped if you find a good deal outside of traveling distance. I had mine shipped to me from 2k miles away because I found an amazing deal. It was also brand new which is different than buying used.. something to consider.
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You can always have one shipped if you find a good deal outside of traveling distance. I had mine shipped to me from 2k miles away because I found an amazing deal. It was also brand new which is different than buying used.

How much was shipping?


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Free. They included it at no charge because I bought the car from them.
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If you bargain really hard, I think you could pull off a brand new 2014 v6 manual base mustang for ~$17k.

Then, you get the peace of mind of having a warranty and no surprises with how the previous owner treated the mustang.

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If you bargain really hard, I think you could pull off a brand new 2014 v6 manual base mustang for ~$17k.

Then, you get the peace of mind of having a warranty and no surprises with how the previous owner treated the mustang.
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If you bargain really hard, I think you could pull off a brand new 2014 v6 manual base mustang for ~$17k.

Then, you get the peace of mind of having a warranty and no surprises with how the previous owner treated the mustang.

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If you bargain really hard, I think you could pull off a brand new 2014 v6 manual base mustang for ~$17k.



Then, you get the peace of mind of having a warranty and no surprises with how the previous owner treated the mustang.

Not sure if trolling or serious? I'll be lucky to get a 2011 at that price... I'm talking 17k otd after taxes and tags so the actual price id be paying for the car would be like 15,500


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If you bargain really hard, I think you could pull off a brand new 2014 v6 manual base mustang for ~$17k.

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If you bargain really hard, I think you could pull off a brand new 2014 v6 manual base mustang for ~$17k.

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There's no way. Not 17k out the door for brand new. Op why not just finance a few grand and get brand new?
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I'm headed off to college. I've got 8k in the bank and plan on financing the rest. I can do 16k comfortably and 17k without to much of a hassle but more than that and idk if I want that much debt. The 03 acura tl is going back to my dad so I can't trade that in.


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I'm headed off to college. I've got 8k in the bank and plan on financing the rest. I can do 16k comfortably and 17k without to much of a hassle but more than that and idk if I want that much debt. The 03 acura tl is going back to my dad so I can't trade that in.


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Tbh a few grand more spanned over a few year finance will really not change your payment by too much. Maybe 50 dollars more a month. So like $12 a week lol
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Not sure if trolling or serious? I'll be lucky to get a 2011 at that price... I'm talking 17k otd after taxes and tags so the actual price id be paying for the car would be like 15,500


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The dealers in my area have all of the mustangs listed on their websites at $5k-$7k off the MSRP. I got my $27k 2014 v6 for $21xxx. It's possible.
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The dealers in my area have all of the mustangs listed on their websites at $5k-$7k off the MSRP. I got my $27k 2014 v6 for $21xxx. It's possible.

21,000 OTD or before taxes


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Out the door. I kept mentioning perks that other dealers had if I bought it from them etc... and the salesman really didn't want to lose the sale. He went over to his manager multiple times. 3 hours later worth of bargaining and paperwork later and I had a brand new mustang in my driveway.
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There's a ton of 2012s for 16-17k but not a single 2011? What the heck. The carfax says no accidents/damage and they're all around 30,000-40,000 miles. Is there something wrong with them?


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Out the door. I kept mentioning perks that other dealers had if I bought it from them etc... and the salesman really didn't want to lose the sale. He went over to his manager multiple times. 3 hours later worth of bargaining and paperwork later and I had a brand new mustang in my driveway.

You want to do my negotiating? That's crazy. Do you have any tips?


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OP to answer you original question. Although there are some differences, the 05-09 bodies and interiors were pretty much the same for V6 and V8 models. 2010 is when the body changed to the newer look for both V6 and V8, however the motor's are the same.
In 2011, the V6 was really upgraded, as mentioned above.
Do your homework and you can get the right car for the right price. Good luck to you!
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What were the exterior/interior mustang changes, I'm deciding between a 2009/2010 v6 vs 2006/2007 GT. What were the changes exterior/interior that would be different on the cars and what are your guys opinions on either one


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I would never buy a 2009-10 V6 over an 06-07 GT. Pre 11 V6's were no go and slow. If you can't afford a newer 12 plus V6, go buy a 06-07 Gt.

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Check eBay there are 2 2011 v6 for about $16,000.
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