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Old 07-17-2014, 06:02 AM   #36
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Koons is who I got my car from (only in Va, otuside of DC). It was worth the drive from Jersey, as no one wanted to deal even close to their prices on a base with auto, and most local dealers only had premiums anyway.

On any normal buy, I consider getting close to invoice before any rebates a decent deal. Above car is

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or 18560. Add 3000 current rebate and true price is 21560.

Invoice for a base manual 14 is 23,107, so they are technically
1547 bellow invoice. No one in jersey would even give me invoice, let alone 1500ish below that.

Koons did not try to tack on extra fees beyond that (like advertising or etching). In fact, I had full contract in hand, signed, before I even drove down there (wish I could get that locally, but most would neevr entertain that).

This is all before tax and tags obvisouly, just for comparison purposes.
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do they only include 1 key in the sale of the car? no spare?
On a new car, two keys. On an used car, it still should be two keys. Insist on it.
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There's something called holdback and I know for a fact you can get that too. If there's a couple of dealerships in the area you should have no problem getting all of it. Just tell them all you will give is invoice minus holdback minus rebates and give them a shot at the financing but I would go in with a loan already arranged to make sure you get a fair deal there also. Make sure you pay attention to everything, good luck!!


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Very good advice! Most folks are so wrapped up with the idea of getting the new car, that by the time they get to the finance office to sign the paperwork, they sign on the first deal presented to them in way of the interest charge. The dealers get a kick back on the interest rate from either Ford credit, or the local banks, so that too is negotiable. And of course, never, ever tell a sales person what monthly payment you can afford to make. They for sure can make that work, by stretching it over 72 months verses maybe 48 or 60 months, meaning you pay lots more for the car in financing. Simply tell them you want the lowest monthly payment; make them tell you what that is.

I always get my financing pre apoved at my credit union. This way if the finance officer says he/she can beat it, I can review their offer, and choose which works best for me.
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they come with 2 keys, but to program a 3rd you need 2...so, if you loose a key b4 programing a 3rd it's dealer time. Other hints w/o insulting.

EVERYTHING in writing.

No front plate mounted (unless you are good with one)

No dealer sticker anywhere on car (except maybe plate bracket)

No VIN etch / nitrogen alot of dealers have these lines printed on the order form. Just put a line through them and say "I dont want that"

No extended wtty or any paint protection.

Either go in 1hr B4 closing or be prepared to be held in a room for hours.

it sounds like you are on the right track....good luck

did I mention "everything in writing?"

I have though of most of that, except for the front mount liscence plate good catch there! But it IS always best to double check on these things so thanks! I'm also bringing my dad in for some advising (he's a penny pinching CPA) so that should help.


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Koons is who I got my car from (only in Va, otuside of DC). It was worth the drive from Jersey, as no one wanted to deal even close to their prices on a base with auto, and most local dealers only had premiums anyway.

On any normal buy, I consider getting close to invoice before any rebates a decent deal. Above car is

17435
plus dest 825
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or 18560. Add 3000 current rebate and true price is 21560.

Invoice for a base manual 14 is 23,107, so they are technically
1547 bellow invoice. No one in jersey would even give me invoice, let alone 1500ish below that.

Koons did not try to tack on extra fees beyond that (like advertising or etching). In fact, I had full contract in hand, signed, before I even drove down there (wish I could get that locally, but most would neevr entertain that).

This is all before tax and tags obvisouly, just for comparison purposes.
I got mine there as well for the same reason!
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In South Florida, the Ford dealer in Lake Worth had the best prices.

Last January, mine, with automatic, was $19,800 before taxes. No other charges.
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i got my 2013 for 18,500 so you can get quite a bit off if your good
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FYI when I tried to get a base 14 Automatic I was unable to find a dealer who would go less than 19,500. I had cash ( and proof) and no trade in. I was very polite and said I'll buy this car right now for 19,000 + tax, plates etc. and several dealers said no.
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If you're willing to spend $23K for that car, you might consider just coughing up 25.5K for a base GT with nothing on it. It comes with a lot of the extra features you'd have to pay for on the V6 standard. Wiith the 2015 going to cause a massive divide in the customer and fan base, it'll be the 2014 V8s that will likely end up being classics 30 years from now. Similar to how the 71-73 Mach 1s are now.

Otherwise, V6, manual, fp6 package. Done. That should come out to just a few dollars under $20K. ($19752 via Truecar, which isn't as low as is possible)
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FYI when I tried to get a base 14 Automatic I was unable to find a dealer who would go less than 19,500. I had cash ( and proof) and no trade in. I was very polite and said I'll buy this car right now for 19,000 + tax, plates etc. and several dealers said no.
Might be worth the drive Looks like they have a red, blue, and black at that price. Tell them your coming from far away and you will buy it if they knock another $100 off for gas. The best part about buying far away is you get your signed contract in hand before you even set foot in dealer. All the BS gets taken care of through E-mail or phone.

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You need to buy one in Oklahoma, they do invoice minus holdback minus rebates everyday. Probably because we have 5 Ford dealerships in Oklahoma City alone. Very competitive.


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Thanks you all for the help you have me! I'm happy to say I finally got the car today! 2014 oxford white v6 with sync and tech package, and the appearance package. I ended up walking out with it at $20,800. I'm a mustang owner now!!!
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Thanks you all for the help you have me! I'm happy to say I finally got the car today! 2014 oxford white v6 with sync and tech package, and the appearance package. I ended up walking out with it at $20,800. I'm a mustang owner now!!!
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Nice man! It looks really nice and that's not a bad price with the sync, tech, and appearance package out the door at all


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You got a DEAL, enjoy
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Thanks guys it's good to hear I got a pretty good deal as well!


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I got my 2014 v6 tech package base for $18,500+ TTL.
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FYI when I tried to get a base 14 Automatic I was unable to find a dealer who would go less than 19,500. I had cash ( and proof) and no trade in. I was very polite and said I'll buy this car right now for 19,000 + tax, plates etc. and several dealers said no.
A lot of dealers get a kickback if you finance the car with them which is why in a lot of cases your better off financing it and then paying it off shortly after. I know a few people who did this and either paid it off or refinanced with someone else shortly after purchasing the car and the dealer generally like for you to keep the car 90 days with their financing (that is if you have a good relationship with them and car, you could always pay it off the next day).

And I notice a lot of people on here will post what they paid for a car and it's hard to compare because some people just put the price of the car, some put price of car with fee's, some put out the door price with TTL. And I know in NC and I'm sure a lot of other states are the same way you don't pay tax on trade in amount. So if you have a 15k trade in and buy a 19k car you only pay 4k in taxes. So there really are too many variables to compare without people disclosing the full details of their purchase.
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there is always someone who got a better deal....Ryan, it sounds like you done real good. Congrats, enjoy, read the manual, and good luck!
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there is always someone who got a better deal....Ryan, it sounds like you done real good. Congrats, enjoy, read the manual, and good luck!

Thanks and yeah I know there is always someone with a better deal. Though it is nice to do I walked away at a fair price. But thanks! I'm already putting together what I'm doing to it in what order haha


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Seems like a good price, lowest I have gotten quoted for so far for the tech package + fp6 appearance has been 20,400ish before TTL, so about 22k after. (In DFW area, texas)
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That seems like a pretty good price.
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I got mine for 20500. Appearance package with sync and tech package as well as the low profile rims.
Financed through the dealer with 1.9 interest, and first time buyer at 19.

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I paid $22,180 out the door 6 weeks ago for my automatic V6 with Tech and Sync packages. Bought under the Ford X Plan pricing and $3K discount for paying cash. Where I live, there were very few 2014s left so excess inventory ahead of the 2015s was not a strong argument. Good luck with your purchase. I smile every time I get into my new Mustang!
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Very nice Mustang. You got a great price with super features. Don't second guess yourself and enjoy!


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I must be really lucky, because I was able to get out the door at $18000 for a base with no options. They were offering $2500 in incentives at that point, I got them to come $800 below invoice (which was $1200 below sticker, for a total of $2000), and I played three dealers against one another and eventually one ended up offering to eat title, tax, and tag. Granted, not many people want a base, manual, no options, black mustang (no tech pack or anything).
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I must be really lucky, because I was able to get out the door at $18000 for a base with no options. They were offering $2500 in incentives at that point, I got them to come $800 below invoice (which was $1200 below sticker, for a total of $2000), and I played three dealers against one another and eventually one ended up offering to eat title, tax, and tag. Granted, not many people want a base, manual, no options, black mustang (no tech pack or anything).

I got that exact setup... Sleek and stock is the way to go. Next one for me will be a GT minus the badging


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Mine was the same. 19K for a base with nothing* on it except for the special green paint.

* Is it me, or does this car even in base form have more tech and features than most luxury cars from 10-15 years ago?
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Mine was the same. 19K for a base with nothing* on it except for the special green paint.

* Is it me, or does this car even in base form have more tech and features than most luxury cars from 10-15 years ago?

That's why I went with the base. It has all the features I use. And honestly even if I had navigation or heated seats I would probable never use them.


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