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Old 07-14-2015, 05:02 AM   #1
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Sorry I am a newbie and posted this originally in the wrong place. I need some advice, I have the opportunity to purchase a 2015 Roush Warrior edition. They are only making 15 samples of this car, and I understand that it would possibly be the rarest 2015 mustang sold. I am being told that they are essentially a supercharged stage 2. Do you think the resale value would be equivilant to other Roush mustangs, or would they hold value better due to their small numbers? Below is a link to the site. Comments?

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Hi Chief,

(ex-squid here) I would GUESS the resale would be similar to Roush) rarer but we all know the Roush name. Either way it's a nice car but I trust you are not doing this as an investment as I doubt you'll make $ on it.
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It's difficult to say. Being a low production numbered car, it will keep some of its value than the regular ford variants. If you keep miles off of it, and keep it well maintained, and keep it in a garage; in time it might appreciate in value. As I said it's difficult to say; since we don't know what the future will bring. Only time will tell.
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As long as you understand you'll never make money on it, go for it.
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Nice! U going for the Eco or GT?


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I would choose the GT since they are only building 15. I am concerned about the difficulty selling a Roush Mustang and the fact that NADA or KBB do not recognize them. I would hate to buy a $58K mustang GT that will be worth $20K in 3 years. If that is the case why not buy a GT track pack and put a supercharger on it? You never plan to sell them, but life happens.
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They don't recognized them because they are considered a tuner car.
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the 58K changed my answer....it ain't worth that new (to me anyways)
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I'd buy a GT and supercharge it. That's robbery. 58k. Good lawd, Ain't no body got time fo dat!


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I love that side/door decal! Looks hot but for that price i would surely get something else...
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58k! That's crazy $$$!!


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I agree $58K is a lot of money and probably too much for this car, but it is priced in the middle of the Roush stage 2 and stage 3. $53K for a stage 2, and $63K for a stage 3. I assume people are paying full sticker price when they buy a new Roush off the lot?
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You do get the Roush warranty, that you will not have if you stick a blower on a GT.
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That's an expensive *** warranty


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Actually it comes with a 7 year 100K bumper to bumper warranty through Military Auto Source.
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Personally I'd get a hellcat for that price. And I love Roush mustangs and all; but for that price a hellcat would be an option. I'd take it over the Roush. That's just me.
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Personally I'd get a hellcat for that price. And I love Roush mustangs and all; but for that price a hellcat would be an option. I'd take it over the Roush. That's just me.
Google "Is the Hellcat worth it". Personally, the Hellcat is only good for Shredding tires.
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I'm well aware of them and their habits. I'd still take over the Roush, then again a Trinity GT500 is also an option.
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I'm well aware of them and their habits. I'd still take over the Roush, then again a Trinity GT500 is also an option.

Quit derailing these threads. Guy clearly wants a mustang and not a hellcat. While most of us agree it's expensive, he isn't asking what other options he has besides a GT with a blower. This is after all a mustang forum. Who cares about a hellcat. Also good luck getting one if you really wanted one.

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Which color were you thinking of if you get the Warrior edition?
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I believe the GT only comes in Black and the Echo Boost in Red. The GT will be here in a couple weeks for viewing. I have about 100 questions to ask when it arrives before I can make a decision, can't be to picky when there are only 15 available. Not knowing much about Roush mustangs before a couple days ago, I have to say I am turned off by all the talk about negative value. I know its a car, but it is a lot of money for what amounts to a GT mustang.
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Interesting way they have them made. But that car will hold its value better than a Dime a dozen GT will. But it will drop they all do. You just have to wait until they start appreciating. Being its 1 of 15 made for soldiers only it'll be worth something one day. Only question is when will that day come?
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First I'll say
I like the looks of the car and with 627hp..............and with a warranty that's pretty sweet.
One thing is that looking at this as an investment is kind of like investing all of your money in the stock market................you could make money or you could lose it.
It will never follow the downward trend of used 2015GT and unless you keep the car in a garage under a car cover and only put a few thousand miles a year I don't think you will get out of it what you bought it for.....unless you keep it for a longtime.
Are you sure they are only making 15 of each of these...............at those numbers I'd figure they would be all spoken for by now............kind of like the 2015 GT350's. But if in fact they are only making 15 total for the whole US, then I'd say buy it.
I still keep coming back to the 627hp and hopefully Roush has beefed up the suspension to handle that much HP.
As everyone has said, that's a ton of cash for the car...............on the other hand if they really are only going to build 15 you won't have to worry about seeing another car like yours anytime soon.
Check to make sure they are really only building 15.............I'd call Roush and confirm that.............IMHO
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Another thing to consider is just because it's rare doesn't mean it's worth a lot of money. Look at people trying to sell low mile fox bodies or 99-04 roush mustangs. Do some of them get the price they want? Sure but the majority of owners either 1 sit on the car for a while to find that right buyer or 2 end up taking less.

If you like the car go for it but a new car is never going to be an appreciating asset especially if you drive it. Even more when the new models come out and there is the new better and faster option for buyers who want a premium mustang


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after looking at the specs and what you get for the 58k, i would jump on it if i could afford it. it is a good chunk of change but you have a fully built car that is as close to one off as you can buy from the factory. this would be one of those cars that if taken care of would be a collectors prize down the road. and as i say when someone questions the money i spend on things, you cant take it with you when you go.
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After thinking about this overnight I doubt it will hold it's value as well as a Roush which MAY make your $58K 3 year old car worth $20K be correct. IDK but if they thought there was a market for 2000 of these they would make 2000.
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