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Old 05-16-2015, 10:47 PM   #1
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Need help picking new or used 2015

Hey guys, short time lurker but something about the new mustang just appealed to me and I knew I needed to get one. I live in a small town on Vancouver Island in Canada and the Ford dealership only had an ecoboost to drive. I took it out for a rip and it was fun and all but I needed the V8.

I had the dealership factory order me a manual GT with the performance pack and it comes out to around $42,799 CAD. 0% financing over 60 months.

Now here's my mistake. I was driving by another ford dealership in a bigger city about an hour out of where I'm living and I see that they have GT's on the lot. Since mines still around 2 weeks from getting here I thought I would go in and ask to take one for a rip as I wait for mine to come in.

One of the salesperson was there with his manager demo that was for sale. 2015 GT Premium with Performance package and Voice-activated Nav and Flowmaster exhaust with resonator delete. It has 4600 Kilometers and is 6 speed manual as well. The car without the exhaust work was around $49,649 CAD. They're selling it for $43,649 CAD. Financing would be around 5% over 60-72 months. I doubt it will last on the lot very long.

So I'm wondering if I should stick it out 2 more weeks and get my factory new GT or go with the (probably abused) 4600 Kilometer with the exhaust already done and premium package. This is where the input of the forum is greatly appreciated.

Thanks for the read and replies if anyone is kind enough to do so.

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My personal opinion I would stick with the one you ordered!


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New one!


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Yea I would stick with the one you ordered!


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Go with the one you ordered!
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Old 05-17-2015, 01:39 PM   #6
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New one, especially when the prices are that close.

It's more fun to buy and install the parts you want anyways.


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Since you have no clue what the used one has been through, stick with the new one. If you like the Magnflow exhaust, you can buy the complete kit for $1200 at CJ Pony Parts. That's where I got mine, and everything was a perfect fit.
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Trust yourself and stick with your original decision. And be careful -you may be vulnerable to "grass is greener" thinking. When that happens you'll look for all kinds of reasons to waste time, money, and energy looking for another car!
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Buy the convertible problem solved lol. I'm 6' have the premium seems like a ton of room above me.


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Thanks all for your input, looks like the choice is pretty one sided!
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you also can't beat a 0% rate. by the end of your loan term on the 5% rate, you'll have paid way more than the 'savings'.
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Question... How can you swap rides if you ordered the car?


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Dealer trying to sell the used one just called, had to give him the bad news.

The dealer was saying something about you have the right to first refusal on the new car. He seemed to think it was very possible.
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You made a wise choice

The new one is a better option and I'm sure you will like it much better then always wondering if the used car you bought was not abused or even wrecked at one time.
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The new one is a better option and I'm sure you will like it much better then always wondering if the used car you bought was not abused or even wrecked at one time.

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And it's not like they put the used one at a good price either.

For example when I was shopping for my car I saw a similar car as mine. It was a demo for the dealer. Had 5k on it. The obnoxious salesman said he'd take off $500 for it. What a joke.. Mean time when I drove mine off the lot it dropped 25% of it's value.
He should stay with one he ordered.

But can you refuse it just to refuse, Or do you need a legitimate reason?


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If you can get a new car with zero finance I would take that all the way!
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The new car with 0% costs just about the same as the used car with 5% on the loan when you add in interest, get the brand new car.
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