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Old 11-07-2014, 02:10 AM   #1
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Problems with new 5.0

So ive been looking for a 11-14 gt and doing some research but ive found alot of threads stating that its not very reliable specially the transmission. Im a lil bummed since ive heard alot of hype about the new 5.0s are they really that problematic? Im planning on checking out a 2011 gt with 49k miles automatic for $19,999 . But having dounts now

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Over exaggerated. My MT82 has 42k and I've banged shifts at 7600 more than 100-200 times and have done many on ramp WOTs. Still shifts fine.

Rapinator has over 700whp and over 200+ shots of nitrous and has been trying to blow the transmission up but have yet to break it.

Is the transmission the best? No. Is it smooth as butter? Probably not. Are half of them breaking? Definitely not. Probably only less than half of one percent are having major issues.

And you're looking at an automatic.


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Also if I were you I'd splurge a few more thousand and get a 13 GT with less miles.


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If you're looking at an auto then there will be no problems. The 5.0 is fine and strong. The MT-82 is the only pain but since you aren't going to have that in an auto you shouldn't have any problems. The MT-82 isn't that bad anyway. And like it was stated earlier it's strong as hell.


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Problems with new 5.0

I have had zero issues with the mt82 thus far. Buy what you want, enjoy it and that's what warranties are for.


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Changed out the clutch in a 2013vmp supercharged boss and tranny shifts very smooth when warmed up

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Yea ive decided to get an auto due to alot of traffic here in socal.. so is 49k miles alot for a 11?

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Regardless of which late model Mustang you choose, be sure to check for rust, especially the hood. Just do Google search and you'll see the issues.

That being said, I have a 2013 GT with automatic and couldn't be happier. Just not into shifting gears anymore.
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Yea ive decided to get an auto due to alot of traffic here in socal.. so is 49k miles alot for a 11?

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Cars that are driven collect miles, cars always in the shop do not. 49k in 3 years works out to around 16,000 per year.
So it looks like it was a daily driver for the previous owner, should be fine.


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Cars that are driven collect miles, cars always in the shop do not. 49k in 3 years works out to around 16,000 per year.
So it looks like it was a daily driver for the previous owner, should be fine.


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Yea, I hear that. I'm only putting 5k a year on mine in Vegas. Keeping it out of the ultraviolent rays. Weekends only.


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229 MI to empty. Pshhhhh

You know you drive a real car when it's 140 to a tank

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229 MI to empty. Pshhhhh

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Miles not rpm. Besides my CBR600RR just comes on the cams at 7500 on the way to 15,000 ha ha.
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The problem is your looking at a slush box get up on stick driving a manual is the best I miss driving one so much...
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Like I always say, comments about how much autos suck just let you know who's actually been to a track and who's an internets racer.

To the OP, that price is a bit steep, at least around here. I know in the socialist republic of California prices can be higher but I've found cars with less than half the miles for that price on the east coast.


And if you are getting the auto, do not worry about the transmission at all, its probably the best transmission Ford ever put in a Mustang. Its the manual that has caused some issues and most of those issues were from the godawful stock shifter.
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The problem is your looking at a slush box get up on stick driving a manual is the best I miss driving one so much...

The MT82 is more of a slush box than the 6R80........

I'm a road race person, but if I were to get a 11+ it would be in the auto.... Well I would probably get a 15 for the IRS and the paddles, but that's aside from the point.


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Yea ive decided to get an auto due to alot of traffic here in socal.. so is 49k miles alot for a 11?

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I have more traffic than anyone in the U.S. according to AAA, but I still love to daily drive my MT82 5.0 daily. $20,000 is way to much for a nearly 50K mile 2011. 2011's had quite a few problems that were fixed in the later cars, and as was suggested earlier you can get a '13 for a few thousand more.
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All the issues were fixed by late MY 2011. This is why I'd look for a 2012 personally. Best front end, supposedly better materials on the inside and no real improvements in 2013 except the tails which you can install on an 11/12 no problem.
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All the issues were fixed by late MY 2011. This is why I'd look for a 2012 personally. Best front end, supposedly better materials on the inside and no real improvements in 2013 except the tails which you can install on an 11/12 no problem.
If you have a base, standard HID's and leather wheel are nice upgrades on the '13-up cars.
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HIDs are completely overblown and not necessary. Leather wheel is nice tho.
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HIDs are completely overblown and not necessary. Leather wheel is nice tho.

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You'd guess wrong. A quality halogen properly aimed and setup is more than bright enough. Obviously not as bright as an OEM or a retrofit HID but you don't need a headlight that bright. Hell, half the ppl running around with HIDs are running some 8k crap in a reflector housing anyway. Those are not brighter than a good halogen setup.
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I have more traffic than anyone in the U.S. according to AAA, but I still love to daily drive my MT82 5.0 daily. $20,000 is way to much for a nearly 50K mile 2011. 2011's had quite a few problems that were fixed in the later cars, and as was suggested earlier you can get a '13 for a few thousand more.
Lol I'd say that's normal price for that car. Good luck finding any 11+ gt for under 20k right now. Cheapest I've ever seen was a beat up 11 with 70k for 18,999 and it had bald tires, was a base model and was definitely a city car. Door dings and chips all over. OP if the car is clean that's not a bad deal.





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All the issues were fixed by late MY 2011. This is why I'd look for a 2012 personally. Best front end, supposedly better materials on the inside and no real improvements in 2013 except the tails which you can install on an 11/12 no problem.
What problems with the 11 are you referring to? My 11 has been problem free aside for a faulty air bag sensor. And the #7 issue was from tuners not knowing what they were doing early on. The cars are pretty much the same from a mechanical stand point.

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There is a 2011 base gt for sale right now on svtp for $20k and it's got about 20k miles on it. Looks brand new. Issues with the earlier ones were mostly clutch and flywheel related. There are pretty much no issues with the autos tho.

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FYI, GT 2013+ have some upgrades in the motor, coated pistons and oil squirter deletes for example; and the heat extractor vents in the hood to reduce rear cylinder heat that does not get cooled as well as the others.
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I just moved to Oregon from the San Jose area, and they are probably 40+ 2012 to 2014 Mustang GT's for sale at reputable dealers in your area, and most are less than 20k miles. I saw a nice white 2014 GT with 7,000 miles for $24k. It was a base model and not premium, but if you want to spend more you can get one like I got, 2014GT Base with TrakPac, Recaro Seats, 6spd and already came with an SCT tunner and Airaid intake, and only had 2,700 miles. I bought it from a Chevy dealer, and I paid less than $27k.
If you look around you can find some really swinging deals on the 2013/2014's.
As for the 6spd, I'm not in Traffic Central anymore and didn't want an automatic (I just sold my drag car with 2sp Powerglide) and want to shift gears again............I'm 70 and just want to have some fun...............but don't get me wrong I totally understand you wanting an automatic down there.
Personally, I'd look for a 2013 at least, and one with no more than 15k miles..............there a lot of them out there....IMHO
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I just moved to Oregon from the San Jose area, and they are probably 40+ 2012 to 2014 Mustang GT's for sale at reputable dealers in your area, and most are less than 20k miles. I saw a nice white 2014 GT with 7,000 miles for $24k. It was a base model and not premium, but if you want to spend more you can get one like I got, 2014GT Base with TrakPac, Recaro Seats, 6spd and already came with an SCT tunner and Airaid intake, and only had 2,700 miles. I bought it from a Chevy dealer, and I paid less than $27k.
If you look around you can find some really swinging deals on the 2013/2014's.
As for the 6spd, I'm not in Traffic Central anymore and didn't want an automatic (I just sold my drag car with 2sp Powerglide) and want to shift gears again............I'm 70 and just want to have some fun...............but don't get me wrong I totally understand you wanting an automatic down there.
Personally, I'd look for a 2013 at least, and one with no more than 15k miles..............there a lot of them out there....IMHO

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Fact is there are a lot of issues with the manual trans. Yet the auto. is one of the best automatics out there. I ordered a new 14 GT and got the auto. after doing a lot of research. No regrets.
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Fact is there are a lot of issues with the manual trans. Yet the auto. is one of the best automatics out there. I ordered a new 14 GT and got the auto. after doing a lot of research. No regrets.
Can't go wrong with the auto. Only thing that might make a lot of ppl who are on the fence of A6 vs M6 go M6 with the new 2015 is the fact that the 2015 is setup so well for handling plus the fact that Ford upgraded the MT82 syncrhos for the 2015s and the new MGW shifter fixes the sloppy stock remote setup in 11+ cars.
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Fact is there are a lot of issues with the manual trans. Yet the auto. is one of the best automatics out there. I ordered a new 14 GT and got the auto. after doing a lot of research. No regrets.
What the issues with the 6spd? Just asking because when I change to the one piece driveline if the issues can be fixed I tear into it.
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HIDs are completely overblown and not necessary. Leather wheel is nice tho.
They should be standard on all cars because the difference is that great IMO.
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Lol I'd say that's normal price for that car. Good luck finding any 11+ gt for under 20k right now. Cheapest I've ever seen was a beat up 11 with 70k for 18,999 and it had bald tires, was a base model and was definitely a city car. Door dings and chips all over. OP if the car is clean that's not a bad deal.
$20K should get you something along these lines easily:

2011 Ford Mustang GT, $20,000 - Cars.com
2011 Ford Mustang GT, $18,991 - Cars.com
2012 Ford Mustang GT, $19,994 - Cars.com
2012 Ford Mustang GT, $18,900 - Cars.com
2012 Ford Mustang GT, $18,897 - Cars.com

Like I said, that price is too high for that many miles. The cheapest 11+ GT I have seen is a 100K one for $14000.
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