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Old 02-09-2015, 12:37 PM   #1
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Buying new mustang

I am looking at buying a new mustang. The on I'm currently looking at has 60,500 miles on it and is a 2013 v6 for 14,000. I have only owned one mustang so far, is this a good deal?


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Old 02-09-2015, 12:46 PM   #2
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Do you have a link for this car if it is viewable online? does it have any packages or is it a Premium? 60,500 miles seems pretty steep for a 2013 so you will also want to make sure it's maintenance is up to date.
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That is an absolute bone stock car. I would say it is definitely NOT worth it with the amount of miles it has. $14,915 is way too much for that, in my opinion. They don't provide a carfax on their website but my guess is that it was a rental car.

Honestly, keep looking. $15k = too much. When it was brand new, with all the incentives, you probably could have picked it up for ~$18k.

With that being said.. If you want this car, offer them $11k.
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Yea it doesn't even have Sync or Automatic headlights. Last thing you want to do is spend $15k and regret it later because it was missing a feature.

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Just some examples of what is within 50 miles of you around your price range. Just be patient and search. You almost never want to settle on your first car you come across.
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Now that was just me viewing 13-14s, what are the things that are a MUST for a Mustang that you like? You might be able to compromise a little and get a 11-12. No LCD if it is a Premium but since it is older, they come a little cheaper and may even have a few features.
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Alright I will look around more thanks


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that's a 2010. Premium, Convertable, and has the Pony Package. That is just another example that there can be decent things in your area.

Good Luck with your search.
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that's a 2010. Premium, Convertable, and has the Pony Package. That is just another example that there can be decent things in your area.

Good Luck with your search.
Don't touch a 2010. Ignore that link completely!!
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Lol. It was just an example that there are other stangs out there that are not bare bones for the price he has to work with. I would not recommend getting the 2010 myself.
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We bought my Fiance a '14 V6 in August, base model, standard, for $18k brand new. That car isnt worth $15k as others have said. I dont think that car is taking into account the MASSIVE rebates that were on the close out '14 cars ($4k).
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If you REALLY want that one and cannot find anything else in your area, I would only approach that deal if the seller is willing to bring down the price or throw in a few goodies.
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Don't touch a 2010. Ignore that link completely!!
Yep, the massively improved 3.7 over the 4.0 is much more important to me than interior upgrades. Wouldn't consider a 2010 premium over a 2011+ Base
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I got my 2013 Premium with 40K miles for 17K just to help you out with pricing. I think that was a good deal. Bought it about 6 months ago.


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I paid $18k for my new base 14. They had $4k incentives at the time, that was last April. I'm sure the same thing will happen again this year. I know I'm waiting for incentives then I'll probably jump and a new base GT.
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Don't count on those kind of incentives for the new gen. I walked out of the dealership paying 17k new for my base 14 (CT taxes not included).
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I'm selling my 14 with only 2,800 miles. Can't post in the for sale or wanted yet. PM me if interested.


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Everyone needs to stop taking the incentives ford WAS offering into account. fact is that ford isn't offering them anymore; the ship has sailed. Nada, kbb, etc don't take that into account. If you bought at the right time there is a chance you can sell for what you paid or close to it. I've seen used 13/14s in the 17-22 range with average miles so that seems like a fair price given the higher mileage. Is it is steal? Of course not but its not completely out of the ballpark.

Will ford offer that good of rebates in March/ April? Possible depending on how they are selling. Part of the reason for the huge rebates on the 14s was that they wanted to get rid of them and not have people wait on the 15s. There are still people who gotta have the 15s. Someone I work with just bought an Eco boost vert premium for close to 40k. If they have that demand it's likely you won't see 3-4 k in incentives until the demand dies down.


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Don't count on those kind of incentives for the new gen. I walked out of the dealership paying 17k new for my base 14 (CT taxes not included).

Once the 16s are announced and if they indeed have that new flat plane v8, I'm sure the 15 GT will start getting incentives. I'm not in any rush. I could even wait until the 16s launch and try to snag a left over.
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Well you might as well wait forever. Then the 17s come out and you can get a 16 for cheap. Or no wait until the 18s to come out and get a 17. You won't get a Mustang for years. I agree with the whole incentives but the thing is that every year Ford will have new incentives and you just need to find a good time and buy. I think OP got a great amount of feedback and has a better idea by everyone showing what deal they received whether it be with incentives or not.


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I just bought a 2012 Mustang V6 with appearance package for 14k and only 12,000 miles a couple weeks ago. Maintenance is up to date and it has lifetime engine and drive train warranty, as well as a 100k mile bumper to bumper warranty (though I'm paying $25 a month extra for that).


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This website has a bunch of mustangs for sale just look up one that you want. It's a dealership in Texas
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And still keep in mind if you go to dealers with say 15-16k check or something in-hand, most dealers will be willing to drops a 17k to 18k car down to that in order to get it off their lot. So do not back down from trying to negotiate a little.

Go in saying you were only planning on spending X amount and that you DO NOT have anything more then X amount. This will put the ball back in their court and they will need to "Work their numbers" (as they put it) to get it into your budget.
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And never take their first offer. If the Sales person says they have to go talk to the finance manager, that means that there is some wiggle room. One time, I had the dealership willing to make the first 3 payments on my car (Not postpone, but actually pay), as well as dropping the car 2k. and this was a used 2012 Premium Mustang at a Toyota dealership. Sometimes you can snag good deals by getting a used Stang off another vendor's lot. Mainly because it is not their brand and they want it gone.
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