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Old 04-29-2015, 12:31 AM   #1
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2015 Mustang GT (Vert) Price

Hello all:

I managed to order my 2015 Mustang GT (Vert) today and I wanted to know the kinds of deals some of you got when purchasing yours...

One important side note is that I am located in Toronto, Canada and would prefer if any other Canadians could let me know how they did. However, if you're an American, I would like to know how much some of you got off your dealer's price/invoice.

My setup:

2015 Mustang GT Premium Convertible
- Ruby Red Metallic Clear Coat
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- Automatic Transmission (w/ paddles)
- 3.55 Limited Slip Rear
- Voice-Activated Navigation
- 50 Years Appearance Package

Factory MSRP: $57,449 CAD or $47943 USD

Dealer MSRP: $54,264 CAD or $45285 USD

Total was: $60,000 CAD or $49,842 USD (The tax in Ontario is 13%)

Since this was a factory order, I still have room for negotiation on the date of delivery. ETA is 8 - 10 weeks (early July). Slated to be one of the longest wait times in my life.

***If there is a large discrepancy in the pricing compared to my friends south of the border, it is due to the CAD being significantly weaker than the Greenback (USD), [0.83 CAD --> 1.00 USD] as well as the Tax adjustments on the total price. [13% Ontario --> 4% NY State]. Rates are accurate as of April 29, 2015.

Just want to know if it is worth sticking with or if I should negotiate more aggressively in July?

As always, all help is appreciated.

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Negotiate way more significantly
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Probably can get 2-3K off. I paid 43,300 USD for my GT Premium with the performance package, 50 years package, enhanced security and 3.73 gears. However mine was standard so I saved like 1,600 USD there and not a convertible. You seem to be close to sounding right. I did get XPlan which is awesome on a brand new car. Got 2,800 of the 43,300 MSRP. Look to see if ford offers XPLAN for whichever company you work for our if it's available in Canada.
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Probably can get 2-3K off. I paid 43,300 USD for my GT Premium with the performance package, 50 years package, enhanced security and 3.73 gears. However mine was standard so I saved like 1,600 USD there and not a convertible. You seem to be close to sounding right. I did get XPlan which is awesome on a brand new car. Got 2,800 of the 43,300 MSRP. Look to see if ford offers XPLAN for whichever company you work for our if it's available in Canada.

Thanks for the input Rico, while you mentioned you don't have the vert or automatic, I know that the cost of your performance pack probably equals the cost of my auto and nav put together.

I have honestly not heard of XPLAN, but it is something I will try and check out... Thanks for the tip.

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Try True Car, or COSTCO these two are the largest negotiators in the US.
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I ordered the same car with everything except the lane departure nanny. $46,860.00 US
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Try True Car, or COSTCO these two are the largest negotiators in the US.
I forgot to mention that I did have a COSTCO discount applied ($1000 off) and I believe True Car does not apply in Canada or in Ontario in particular.

Thanks for the suggestions!

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I ordered the same car with everything except the lane departure nanny. $46,860.00 US
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Your car is what I will have to suffer 8 weeks of waiting for, that is exactly what I want, the one thing is, and again I forgot to put this in my original post, I ordered the 401A equip group (shaker 12, memory seat, & BLIS system) along with it...

Did you get that as well?

Let me know.

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Scrufie:

Your car is what I will have to suffer 8 weeks of waiting for, that is exactly what I want, the one thing is, and again I forgot to put this in my original post, I ordered the 401A equip group (shaker 12, memory seat, & BLIS system) along with it...

Did you get that as well?

Let me know.

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Yes sir!. And it's great! Now that it's starting to warm up driving with the top down, and having the resonator removed and replaced with a X pipe, it's a pure joy. You'll love it!
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Yes sir!. And it's great! Now that it's starting to warm up driving with the top down, and having the resonator removed and replaced with a X pipe, it's a pure joy. You'll love it!
Alright, well that means you got almost 4 grand more off of it than I did, I should really look into this XPLAN and see if I can get closer to where you are ($56072 CAD).
Although, our taxes are at 13% so I can see how I am closing in on the right price. Probably 1K difference when it is all said and done.

I CANNOT wait to cruise around in this car in the summer, our weather is a little bit unpredictable still but every time its nice out, that's what I think about. Also, I was trying to figure out what the preferred kinds of cat backs people had on their verts? Did you swap out the whole system or just put in the X pipe?
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Just the x pipe. I also added a cai
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Just the x pipe. I also added a cai
Any recommendations for a cat back system based on the fact that you own an exact setup I am getting? I'm wondering about the fit of some of these systems in the body of a vert.

I really liked the sound of the Corsa systems, but they don't have one that fits convertibles as of yet.

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Wow, your choices are what I just bought 4 weeks ago. Color, auto, everything. However the sticker price was only 49, 200. I'm in Maine so don't see why your sticker is so high. GOOD Luck


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I see why now, U.S. Vs Canada cash..US was only 600 more


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Wow, your choices are what I just bought 4 weeks ago. Color, auto, everything. However the sticker price was only 49, 200. I'm in Maine so don't see why your sticker is so high. GOOD Luck


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I remember from my other post that you mentioned your car was the same setup as well, cool to meet other people with the same car setup.

Sorry that this post requires analyzing cost differences in exchange & tax rates but I feel like this site, and others that are based in the US are far more helpful than any of their Canadian counterparts.

How have you enjoyed your vert so far?
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Rides great, would like better weather. I think it's on the way.


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My order was much different and I live in America but I'll give you feed back anyways.

2015 GT with PP

Base interior no additions other than the Performance Package

Sale price before ttl was $32,500 U.S.
Original asking price was $35,620

So I got 3k off, think I did good.


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I did also, sticker price of 49200, I got about 3k to 3.5k off. Add sales tax and all the other government crap and way over 49k again. Maine has an excise tax when you register your car every year. Another 1100.00 added later. That tax goes down every year for 6 years. So after 6 years that's what you pay every year after.


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My order was much different and I live in America but I'll give you feed back anyways.

2015 GT with PP

Base interior no additions other than the Performance Package

Sale price before ttl was $32,500 U.S.
Original asking price was $35,620

So I got 3k off, think I did good.


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That's cool, all input is appreciated, I just want to gauge the amount I can get off the Asking/Dealer Invoice. It seems 3k is the norm for all GTs so far. Hope you're enjoying your ride!

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I did also, sticker price of 49200, I got about 3k to 3.5k off. Add sales tax and all the other government crap and way over 49k again. Maine has an excise tax when you register your car every year. Another 1100.00 added later. That tax goes down every year for 6 years. So after 6 years that's what you pay every year after.


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That's a lot of add-ons to the price, sounds kind of complicated from my stand point. It is nice to hear that your price was close to mine in terms of exchange rate since the setup is similar. Pretty much answers my question.

Thanks for the input!

Can't wait for July!
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I paid 38,600 for mine, and sticker price was 41,100. I got the GT Premium with 3.55 gears, voice nav, and 20" rims.


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I paid 38,600 for mine, and sticker price was 41,100. I got the GT Premium with 3.55 gears, voice nav, and 20" rims.


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$2500 isn't too bad, I'm wondering if that's a coupe or convertible.

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I got the 2015 v6 since the Eco boost wasn't so appealing, lol at the time mpg was my concern since I needed a daily driver. I read the Eco boost is the easiest to modify performance wise..... Any idea what modifications can improve a 2015 v6? The v6 is hardly even heard of haha.


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I got the 2015 v6 since the Eco boost wasn't so appealing, lol at the time mpg was my concern since I needed a daily driver. I read the Eco boost is the easiest to modify performance wise..... Any idea what modifications can improve a 2015 v6? The v6 is hardly even heard of haha.


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I'm pretty sure (don't quote me) that most of the upgrades you can do to the GT are available for both the 2.3L Ecoboost & the 3.7L V6. Of course I would suggest reconfirming that before you make any decisions.

In terms of upgrades, there's deleting the factory resonator, installing a new exhaust system or installing an x-pipe as mentioned above. I also believe the superchargers can be used on the V6, but I would wait a bit on that. Lighter wheels and drive shafts or something radical like deleting the rear seats and installing cages and sway bars in relation to weight reduction.

I would suggest posting in the V6 section of the forums as you might get better, more accurate answers there.

Unfortunately, as of right now, I am more familiar with parts from the 1st generation of mustangs.

Also, congrats on getting your mustang!

Hope this helps.

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Thanks man ! I'll look into it yeah this is completely different. My 1996 is so easy to mess with.


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40k even, but I bought full warranty and maintenance. I also added a bunch of parts from ford racing to walk out the door at 50k. But fully loaded you should not be paying above 41k for the vehicle.Click image for larger version

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40k even, but I bought full warranty and maintenance. I also added a bunch of parts from ford racing to walk out the door at 50k. But fully loaded you should not be paying above 41k for the vehicle.Attachment 182206


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First off: That's a beautiful ride, love the triple yellow!

Also, if I was to compare your price in CAD with the tax difference (4% as compared to 13%) you would be around 57-58 and in that case you have gotten the best deal I have heard of.

I was looking to get 59 when I take delivery in June, I feel it would be difficult to pull off 58 up here though.

Thanks for the input!

*Also as a side note, what kinds of interest rates are people getting? Everything here is at 0% right now.
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I got 2.09 on a 72 month note.


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That's pretty good, I have been hearing a lot of 5.9% which seems sort of extreme to me.
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I did a lot of shopping around beforehand. The dealer rate was 5.9% (insane) but the saving grace for me was AAA. I applied for the loan through them and they shopped the lowest rate. I did give the dealer a chance to match or beat it, the finance guy just laughed


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I did a lot of shopping around beforehand. The dealer rate was 5.9% (insane) but the saving grace for me was AAA. I applied for the loan through them and they shopped the lowest rate. I did give the dealer a chance to match or beat it, the finance guy just laughed


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Smart move I cannot believe they are offering 5.9% without much flexibility, that's way too much. Cool to hear you were able to get out of that.

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Credit Union in my town matched the Ford offer of 2.3% . Not that bad with a good down payment.


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Credit Union in my town matched the Ford offer of 2.3% . Not that bad with a good down payment.


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It was based on the down payment size?


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Not true, they said it didn't matter.


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I just went with a Credit union for 66 months at 1.65% no down payment needed, which was awesome. But I just got my girl a fusion with 1.9% interest with Ford Credit because I've heard that Ford usually sends you really good private offers for new cars that are stackable with XPLAN, which will come in handy if I buy the GT350R or the new Mustang model in 5 or so years
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I just went with a Credit union for 66 months at 1.65% no down payment needed, which was awesome. But I just got my girl a fusion with 1.9% interest with Ford Credit because I've heard that Ford usually sends you really good private offers for new cars that are stackable with XPLAN, which will come in handy if I buy the GT350R or the new Mustang model in 5 or so years

Ya that makes sense, we don't have the same access to the XPLAN as you guys do, but here's hoping that on my next car they will.

It seems like all the car dealers have a way of making back the money they allowed to be discounted.

1.9 is nice but I did want to keep the rates mustang-focused lol.

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