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Old 12-29-2015, 06:48 PM   #1
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Hello all! So I am finally stable enough financially to afford a new mustang gt. Before I pull the trigger on a 15 or 16, do you think it would be worth it to hold out a little longer and see what ford has in store for the 17's? I feel like with the introduction of the new Camaro, ford might be stepping its game up in 2017. on the other hand maybe they're only going to make little tweaks until a couple years down the rd.. in which case there's no way I could wait that long lol. Would love to hear some opinions on this!
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Get a 15 or 16 why the rebates are good. Consider how the 05-09 cars are virtually the same then they got a body & interior change in 10 then 11 got a brand new motor. So I'd say it'll be awhile til something new and improved comes out.


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Get your best deal on a 2016 and don't look back. And, if you do look back, just remember all of those perfect days and drives that you wouldn't have had if you waited.
There will ALLWAYS be something "new and improved" out there..............trust me, 435 HP (and it typically dynoes as more!) is plenty.
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Get a 15 or 16 why the rebates are good. Consider how the 05-09 cars are virtually the same then they got a body & interior change in 10 then 11 got a brand new motor. So I'd say it'll be awhile til something new and improved comes out.


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Get your best deal on a 2016 and don't look back. And, if you do look back, just remember all of those perfect days and drives that you wouldn't have had if you waited.
There will ALLWAYS be something "new and improved" out there..............trust me, 435 HP (and it typically dynoes as more!) is plenty.
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Maybe they'll give the Coyote a growth spurt.


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Maybe they'll give the Coyote a growth spurt.
Yeah, maybe..........but they are already getting 435+ HP from only 302 cubic inches!!
It's actually the torque compared to the Camaro that has us far back in second place. That engine is a LOT bigger than ours = more rotating mass. 6.2 liters, isn't it? That's about 380 cubic inches.............
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Gotta do something or GM will keep pulling away.


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Yeah, maybe..........but they are already getting 435+ HP from only 302 cubic inches!!
It's actually the torque compared to the Camaro that has us far back in second place. That engine is a LOT bigger than ours = more rotating mass. 6.2 liters, isn't it? That's about 380 cubic inches.............

It's not "a lot bigger". Just faster


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Aren't the gms a decent amount lighter thanks to not having dohc?

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Aren't the gms a decent amount lighter thanks to not having dohc?

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Hello all! So I am finally stable enough financially to afford a new mustang gt. Before I pull the trigger on a 15 or 16, do you think it would be worth it to hold out a little longer and see what ford has in store for the 17's? I feel like with the introduction of the new Camaro, ford might be stepping its game up in 2017. on the other hand maybe they're only going to make little tweaks until a couple years down the rd.. in which case there's no way I could wait that long lol. Would love to hear some opinions on this!
I don't feel that there is much in the way of rebates on the '15's and '16's, so I would wait, at least until I heard some rumors about what may be happening, if anything, with the '17's.
That's what I did with the '15's, when they said they were going to lose 300 to 400 lbs. But when I found out they were not, I ordered my '14 with $3750 in rebates.
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It's not "a lot bigger". Just faster
It's 26% BIGGER...........and does NOT have 26% more HP. I think our little 302 holds its own!
If the SS made the same HP/Liter, it would make 548 instead of that "wimpy" 455.
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It's 26% BIGGER...........and does NOT have 26% more HP. I think our little 302 holds its own!
If the SS made the same HP/Liter, it would make 548 instead of that "wimpy" 455.

Well that "wimpy 26% bigger" car would make you cry over and over again with less than a grand in it. And you would need ALOTTTTT more than that same grand to compete.

That's just the way it goes. I like mustangs and I like GM and it's no secret that mustangs need more $$ vs the bowtie.
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Well that "wimpy 26% bigger" car would make you cry over and over again with less than a grand in it. And you would need ALOTTTTT more than that same grand to compete.

That's just the way it goes. I like mustangs and I like GM and it's no secret that mustangs need more $$ vs the bowtie.
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Never said the SS wasn't faster --- only that it needs a lot more cubes to be competitive.
I agree that the Mustang is going to have to lose weight at some point, and I still think that the EcoBoost V6 that they are going to put in the Raptor (with 500 HP!) would make a GREAT engine in a lighter Mustang! Ford simply HAS to be thinking this way........ 30+ mpg, 11 second 1/4 mile, 3.3 seconds 0 to 60?
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I'm waiting, I would hate to buy a 16 and then have the 17 come out with more HP. Of course I was going to buy a 15 but thought I would wait for the 16 for the same reason, no new HP appeared so I'm waiting again. I don't know how long I can hold out for more power.
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Personally I'd hold off until mid 2016 to see if all or some of the rumors are going to come to fruition.
Here on the West Coast there are already incentives on the 16 Mustang of up to $4,000. There are a few 15's still on lots and a ton of 16's.
While up in Seattle this past week I visited a Ford dealer with a 16 GT350 and the sticker was$78,500.....it was pretty optioned out.............it was almost $10k over MSRP.
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It really all depends on what you want and whats important to you. If its important to have the newest model then go buy a 16 now or wait until August when the 17s come up. Going this route you will likely not get much (if any) rebates or incentives. Or you would wait until march/ April when Ford starts offering incentives to move the 16's as some people will hold off on the 17's at this point. Your only talking about 3-4 k but that still helps with the rapid new car depreciation.

At the end of the day a car model is really only new for a year assuming you pick it up when they first come out. So unless you plan to get a new car every 1-2 years I would hold out get a mid to late year car and take advantage of the rebates.
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I don't feel that there is much in the way of rebates on the '15's and '16's, so I would wait, at least until I heard some rumors about what may be happening, if anything, with the '17's.
That's what I did with the '15's, when they said they were going to lose 300 to 400 lbs. But when I found out they were not, I ordered my '14 with $3750 in rebates.
I got about 8k off going this route.

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Get your best deal on a 2016 and don't look back. And, if you do look back, just remember all of those perfect days and drives that you wouldn't have had if you waited.
There will ALLWAYS be something "new and improved" out there..............trust me, 435 HP (and it typically dynoes as more!) is plenty.
I agree. I bought a '15 in August and I guarantee you I won't look back. It kicks a** and when they come out with something hotter I doubt it will really smoke this. Even if it has a few more horses it won't make up for the time in my life I've had enjoying this one. You can't get time back and you're not guaranteed tomorrow dude...
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...Even if it has a few more horses it won't make up for the time in my life I've had enjoying this one. You can't get time back and you're not guaranteed tomorrow dude...
Amen brother! That statement you can take to the bank, cash it or deposit it/withdraw it and take it to the grave!
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Well that "wimpy 26% bigger" car would make you cry over and over again with less than a grand in it. And you would need ALOTTTTT more than that same grand to compete.

That's just the way it goes. I like mustangs and I like GM and it's no secret that mustangs need more $$ vs the bowtie.
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Met up with a friend today at a Chevy dealership. To get into Camaro SS with the V-8, the Magnetic shocks, and active exhaust the price was way more than the 2016 Mustang GT. I'm just saying.
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Met up with a friend today at a Chevy dealership. To get into Camaro SS with the V-8, the Magnetic shocks, and active exhaust the price was way more than the 2016 Mustang GT. I'm just saying.
That was something I saw when I looked at/drove all of the pony cars. I have no axes to grind against any of them, each have good points. But to me the Camaro interior and features were lacking when compared to the Mustang or the Challenger. Either were more advanced than the Camaro. To me the GT offered hands-down more bang for the buck than the other 2.
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Damn, I appreciate all the insight but i'm still so torn lol. the impatient side in me doesn't want to wait any longer because ive basically been waiting to get a gt since right after I got my 3.7. Also, if i did wait, that would mean i wouldn't get it till the end of the summer.. which means id lose out on the entire summer of driving a gt. I honestly wish the new Camaro wasn't so ugly or i'd buy one haha..
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Damn, I appreciate all the insight but i'm still so torn lol. the impatient side in me doesn't want to wait any longer because ive basically been waiting to get a gt since right after I got my 3.7. Also, if i did wait, that would mean i wouldn't get it till the end of the summer.. which means id lose out on the entire summer of driving a gt. I honestly wish the new Camaro wasn't so ugly or i'd buy one haha..
As stated by most here --- get the 2016 (or a leftover 2015 if you can find one) and just enjoy the car. If Ford doesn't make a great deal of changes in the 2017, they will in the 2018 or the 2019 or (you get the idea).............just enjoy the new GT you have your hands on all summer long!
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should i wait to buy a 2017 mustang gt

Buy one now and if Ford hops up the mustang in a year or two just trade this one in for one them. Win? Win?


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Or you get hosed when Ford introduces a TT Eco 6 in place of the Coyote and there is a mad rush to get "the last V8" and the dealers jack the prices. Doubt that'd happen but who knows.
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Or you get hosed when Ford introduces a TT Eco 6 in place of the Coyote and there is a mad rush to get "the last V8" and the dealers jack the prices. Doubt that'd happen but who knows.
Hold on! The Camaro V8 has the Corvette 6.2 engine with the cylinder deactivation. IF FORD can now offer magnetic shocks, why can't Ford offer cylinder deactivation as well? And active exhaust too?

The V8 isn't going to die!
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Seriously man, just get the best deal on a 15 or 16 and enjoy driving it. Waiting for the next best thing is like always waiting for the next/best girlfriend, and then you lose out on all the fun you could've had in the mean time.
The 17 changes are VERY likely minimal due to the engine is in its sweet spot, and the body is new.
Are you really wanting to miss out on the whole summer, and all the rebates just for the POSSIBILITY of another 10hp? Seriously? If so, it sounds like you're the kind that losses out in life due to always looking for the next best thing when something great is right in front of you.

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Hold on! The Camaro V8 has the Corvette 6.2 engine with the cylinder deactivation. IF FORD can now offer magnetic shocks, why can't Ford offer cylinder deactivation as well? And active exhaust too?

The V8 isn't going to die!
I've been wondering this myself. Ford is falling behind in some areas. I would've loved to have the cylinder deactivation as an option for road trips.

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When I bought my '16, I wasn't concerned with what the next model year might bring. This is my first GT and I've been loving every second I own it. The color, the stripes, the PP, and getting it for what a base '16 costs, I didn't hesitate.
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Personally I'd hold off until mid 2016 to see if all or some of the rumors are going to come to fruition.
Here on the West Coast there are already incentives on the 16 Mustang of up to $4,000.
Not manufactures incentives. maybe dealer discounts and such.
You may be able to stack a couple of $500 rebates if you qualify for more than one.
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