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Old 01-30-2015, 03:48 PM   #1
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Best price/incentives so far?

I'm looking to trade up from a 2014 v6 6mt to a 2015 GT auto. When I got my v6 new, they had $4k off msrp for incentives. After incentives and haggling I got it down to $18k.

I'm wondering what prices people are seeing now on the 2015 GT?
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i ordered mine first week after test drive in Oct.(California) got a Black Premium package w/performance pckg, Navi, security pckg. came out to 41k msrp estimate. got it down to 38,600. no incentives since it had just hit the lots. but if you want good incentives you should wait til a little later in the year when they start talking about dropping the 16's.
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I just bought my blue GT premium with Performance package, Navigation, Reverse and security. The price is about 37200, the OTD is 40500.I'm in Ohio.
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Best price/incentives so far?

GT premium MSRP $39.2, negotiated $4k off sticker and an extra $2K towards my trade in. Went in last day of the month, in FL.
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Saw a base 6mt today for $29k sticker, going Thursday to see what else they can do.
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I just bought my gt 5.0 base model with spoiler added, weather mats, and security package. pretty basic but msrp was 34,680 I paid 29750 out the door no trade just the mustang.
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I bought my GT for 36200. I belong to mustang club of America and as a member you are entitled to Fords XPlan pricing. Saved about 3000 off MSRP.


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XPlan is the way to go! No haggling...it is a set discount.


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XPlan is the way to go! No haggling...it is a set discount.


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Man 29k thats pretty reasonable.
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Old 02-16-2015, 11:05 PM   #12
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I bought my GT for 36200. I belong to mustang club of America and as a member you are entitled to Fords XPlan pricing. Saved about 3000 off MSRP.


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Do you know if xplan stacks on top of current incentives/rebates?

I would swiftly pay $50 for an MCA membership to reap the benefits of XPLAN! Hahaha


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Yes it does. I payed 28k for my 14 GT. Minus my trade I financed 27k tax title out the door.
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Do you know if xplan stacks on top of current incentives/rebates?

I would swiftly pay $50 for an MCA membership to reap the benefits of XPLAN! Hahaha


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Yes, any current incentive from the dealer would be on top of the X-Plan pricing. You just need to be a MCA member for at least 90 days.


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Yes, any current incentive from the dealer would be on top of the X-Plan pricing. You just need to be a MCA member for at least 90 days.


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AH! Thanks for informing me! I would of been in trouble if I wouldn't have known haha

Well if I was to purchase a membership today that would fit my timeline perfectly!

I hope to be trading in my 14 v6 for a 15 GT PP

With any luck, in three months there will be a 1k-1.5k factory rebate or special incentive out by then


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Yes it does. I payed 28k for my 14 GT. Minus my trade I financed 27k tax title out the door.
Same here

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Old 02-17-2015, 01:48 PM   #17
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AH! Thanks for informing me! I would of been in trouble if I wouldn't have known haha

Well if I was to purchase a membership today that would fit my timeline perfectly!

I hope to be trading in my 14 v6 for a 15 GT PP

With any luck, in three months there will be a 1k-1.5k factory rebate or special incentive out by then


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No problem Prezona. I was looking into upgrading my 07 V6 for a long time. I did my research as far as the best pricing.


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Bought GT Premium black with performance pack and enhanced security pack for 36. They started at msrp of right at 40k, test drove it, went back almost 3 weeks later and they still had it so I beat em up pretty good knowing they wanted it off their lot. It had been there for at least 2 weeks before I test drove it too. It was a good back and forth negotiation, I offered 35 to start and we settled on 36 which was my final offer.


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Bought GT Premium black with performance pack and enhanced security pack for 36. They started at msrp of right at 40k, test drove it, went back almost 3 weeks later and they still had it so I beat em up pretty good knowing they wanted it off their lot. It had been there for at least 2 weeks before I test drove it too. It was a good back and forth negotiation, I offered 35 to start and we settled on 36 which was my final offer.


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Nice! How much did you put down, if you don't mind me asking?


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3k and got a rate of 2.69, making my payment 500.01. I'm happy with that!


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3k and got a rate of 2.69, making my payment 500.01. I'm happy with that!


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Awesome deal! I talked numbers with a couple of dealers and they got me at a 5.99 with 2k down plus $1.5k positive equity on my trade.

Payments would be at $570 which is $100 more than my 14 v6 but I think it's way more than worth it for the upgrade!! Haha

However I'm wondering how my insurance is going to change


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ask for an option contract and go to your own bank/credit union! dont accept that high of an APR rate if your credit is good! they told me 4.9% and i laughed in their face. my credit is above 800 told them to go back and run other banks if not ill do an option contract! which they dont like cause it gives you 5-7 days to go to your bank and they dont get paid til after that! jus fyi! standard car business they'll hit you with something high to see if youll take it! never accept the first offer!
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ask for an option contract and go to your own bank/credit union! dont accept that high of an APR rate if your credit is good! they told me 4.9% and i laughed in their face. my credit is above 800 told them to go back and run other banks if not ill do an option contract! which they dont like cause it gives you 5-7 days to go to your bank and they dont get paid til after that! jus fyi! standard car business they'll hit you with something high to see if youll take it! never accept the first offer!

Never heard of the option contract. Do they have to agree to that?

I'm only 19 years old and have a short credit history at a 710 FICO. So I imagine in lucky to even be approved for the car. But if there is a chance I can get a better APR I def will look for it. I'm holding out for a few months in hope of some higher rebates/incentives to stack on my xplan


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Awesome deal! I talked numbers with a couple of dealers and they got me at a 5.99 with 2k down plus $1.5k positive equity on my trade.

Payments would be at $570 which is $100 more than my 14 v6 but I think it's way more than worth it for the upgrade!! Haha

However I'm wondering how my insurance is going to change


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My wife and I got our 5.0 for 620 month at 4.75%.the also tried getting me to give them 3k down and I was got up ready to leave 3 different time until they let me give them 1,500 down and I couldn't believe at first they came with a 10% & 8% with payments of $800a month. 😁I even told them in going across the street they have a 5.0 for 23,999 anyways and that's when they came to me with a 4.75% $1000 down and another $500 within the next 2 weeks and my 1st payment wasnt until 45 days after.
And about your insurance mine only went up $26 I also had 13 v6 and traded it in for a 14 gt

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On my 14 5.0 it was msrp at 32k and I used X plan with a $3500 in rebates and a trade in. I walked away financing $21,000 at 2.7% and my payments are 330 a month.


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My wife and I got our 5.0 for 620 month at 4.75%.the also tried getting me to give them 3k down and I was got up ready to leave 3 different time until they let me give them 1,500 down and I couldn't believe at first they came with a 10% & 8% with payments of $800a month. 😁I even told them in going across the street they have a 5.0 for 23,999 anyways and that's when they came to me with a 4.75% $1000 down and another $500 within the next 2 weeks and my 1st payment wasnt until 45 days after.
And about your insurance mine only went up $26 I also had 13 v6 and traded it in for a 14 gt

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Dude...I put 2k down on my gt500 with a 2.5% interest rate and my payment is $100 more than yours. 620 sounds really high. Did you have 10k in negative equity or something?


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If you guys want a great interests rate, go to Dcu.org. They offers 1.49% with direct deposit and 1.99% without. One of the only requirements is 675+ credit score! I just refinanced my 2010 rs1 mustang. From a 4.95% to a 1.99%. Max term is 65 months


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If you guys want a great interests rate, go to Dcu.org. They offers 1.49% with direct deposit and 1.99% without. One of the only requirements is 675+ credit score! I just refinanced my 2010 rs1 mustang. From a 4.95% to a 1.99%. Max term is 65 months


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620 a month is not that high and I think he said he traded in a v6. That's what it costs to finance 30k plus nowadays. If you pay on that car for a year I wouldn't refinance unless you plan on shortening the term don't stretch it back out. My payment on my Boss is $649.00 but I wanted it and you got to pay to play!


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I usually get 3% for my cars. The most I've ever put down is $500. Somehow I've been able to trade in every year and have only carried negative equity over once to the tune of about $2k which the incentives offset.

I've only seen one 2015 GT under $30k so far. Ford is still doing a $500 incentive. I think it was here on ME where I saw a post last year about the $3-4k in incentives. So I'll keep checking, hoping for good news.
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I got the GT Premium MT with PP and 50 Years package with enhanced security and all weather pony mats for MSRP 43,300 but did XPlan and got like 3,500 off. I picked up 12.1.2015 and got a bonus $500 incentive and an additional $500 Amazon gift card. Also bought an additional warranty for 8 years for 1,795. Also bought GAP for $300 and got 1.65% APR with ZERO money down. Love the deal I got!Click image for larger version

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Damn. 1.69 is good with no cash down if you financed for 60 months or over. But technically...the 3500 and 500 rebate looks like cash down to the banks.


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Maybe. I was pre-approved already though from the bank for up to $75K went in with a buyers check.
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