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Old 03-20-2017, 06:59 PM   #1
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hello guys im wanting to buy an ecoboost 2015 mustang blue which is 20k but want cheap insurance any help ? im from north carolina
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Your insurance rates will depend on a number of factors. None of which anyone could comment on with the information you have provided. Your age, driving record, financing or paying cash outright, geographical location (urban/rural), type of coverage, deductibles, etc. I could tell you what I pay, someone else could tell you what they pay. No one can tell you what you will pay. Best thing for you to do is either call some insurance companies or go online and compare rates and coverages from the multitude of insurance companies out there.
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I assume 20k is the price and if so how many miles and base or premium?

Yes insurance is lower in the ecoboost than in a GT but will be higher than your current car if the value is higher.

I switched from a 2014 Mustang V6 with 34k miles to a 2016 Ecoboost with 5800 miles and my insurance went up $5-10 a month.

Love the car but you need to look at options etc. Also some changes were made between 2015-2016 and there are some small issues you might have to deal with in the 2015. But that's normal for the first year of a new style.
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If your paying 20k for a 2015 you may want to look at new 2017s. With rebates and other incentives I've seen new eco boosts for 21-22 k new


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If your paying 20k for a 2015 you may want to look at new 2017s. With rebates and other incentives I've seen new eco boosts for 21-22 k new


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Yep. When there were leftover 16's I saw one under 20K, now this is normal:


https://www.koons.com/new/Ford/2017-...f4d85a2dc9.htm
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