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Old 12-07-2013, 07:44 PM   #106
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I wouldnt trade my '13 in because it's more irresponsible financially than buying the '13 in the first place . And I could throw a blower on for what I'd lose money wise to trade in.
+1 same reason why I wouldn't trade my 12 in.
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+1 same reason why I wouldn't trade my 12 in.
But you did trade in your 13 just like this guy said he wouldn't lol
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I like it
Not because of any styling change
But hard to argue with a Direct injected 5.0
pushing 500 HP and sporting IRS plus chop off about 3oo lbs to boot

Not trading in my 13 Just yet as the first batch will have a standard 420 Hp
till the new direct injection pony's show up

The car's got to be a 12 flat screaming demon
and maybe only 3 tenths slower then a 2013 Shelby costing DOUBLE
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But you did trade in your 13 just like this guy said he wouldn't lol
Lmao. I upgraded to a 5.0. Going from a 5.0 to another 5.0 for all the extra $ id have to pay isn't financially smart!
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I feel my 13' is better looking, but the improvements that I think they made in the 15' makes it a contender. Looks are subjective, but performance is what makes the car.
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Lmao. I upgraded to a 5.0. Going from a 5.0 to another 5.0 for all the extra $ id have to pay isn't financially smart!
The loss from any trade isn't financially smart. But when it's a 5.0 it becomes somewhat acceptable.
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The loss from any trade isn't financially smart. But when it's a 5.0 it becomes somewhat acceptable.
Exactly my reason for trading my 3.7! Haha.
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If you like your Mustang, you can keep your Mustang. Period

Buying a mustang isn't financially smart in the first place. Modding a mustang isn't financially smart.

It's all badass and fun, but not financially smart.
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If you like your Mustang, you can keep your Mustang. Period Buying a mustang isn't financially smart in the first place. Modding a mustang isn't financially smart. It's all badass and fun, but not financially smart.
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I wouldnt trade my '13 in because it's more irresponsible financially than buying the '13 in the first place . And I could throw a blower on for what I'd lose money wise to trade in.
Maybe by 2017 I might consider trading my 14' on the new Mach 1, but that depends on the appearance mods Ford throws on it. They need to make it look as sweet as my 14' I need the wow factor that tells me I need to trade my car in on that!!!
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Maybe by 2017 I might consider trading my 14' on the new Mach 1, but that depends on the appearance mods Ford throws on it. They need to make it look as sweet as my 14' I need the wow factor that tells me I need to trade my car in on that!!!
It may be 2016 for the mach and it may not come at all everything right now is rumors but I am hoping for a new mach
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If you like your Mustang, you can keep your Mustang. Period

Buying a mustang isn't financially smart in the first place. Modding a mustang isn't financially smart.

It's all badass and fun, but not financially smart.
This is a moot reply all cars are not a financially smart buy they are the worse investment you can purchase except the possible collector car which could be a hit or miss. But then you need to keep it for 40 years to get a nice return. Heck you lose at least two grand by just driving it off the lot.

So if I'm making a dumb finical decision. You can bet I'll have fun when owning it.
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This is a moot reply all cars are not a financially smart buy they are the worse investment you can purchase except the possible collector car which could be a hit or miss. But then you need to keep it for 40 years to get a nice return. Heck you lose at least two grand by just driving it off the lot.

So if I'm making a dumb finical decision. You can bet I'll have fun when owning it.
Some people love to invest in depreciating assests just as some people love emotionally shallow animals. They're typically more fun than appreciating assets (classic collectible cars aside) and animals that you have to connive into loving you.
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I wouldnt trade my '13 in because it's more irresponsible financially than buying the '13 in the first place . And I could throw a blower on for what I'd lose money wise to trade in.
Well I would be financially ok because I paid way less for it because of D plan and rebates BUT I just don't like the 15's. They are starting to grow on me but I just really like the look of the 13-14's and wanna keep modding this one! I totally get ur point tho and makes perfect sense!

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Maybe by 2017 I might consider trading my 14' on the new Mach 1, but that depends on the appearance mods Ford throws on it. They need to make it look as sweet as my 14' I need the wow factor that tells me I need to trade my car in on that!!!
+1000 you worded that perfect!
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Some people love to invest in depreciating assests just as some people love emotionally shallow animals. They're typically more fun than appreciating assets (classic collectible cars aside) and animals that you have to connive into loving you.
the classic collectible car was once a depreciating asset. One never knows.
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I'd buy this though
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I'd buy this though
Me too. I like it!
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I'd buy this though
only way I would consider a trade in is for a Mach or Cobra.

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If cars are considered expensive, try boating. 5-10 mpg, cannot use ethanol blend, and parts are 2-3 times more expensive. And you rarely get a chance to use it.
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prior to my 14 the last mustang I owned was a 74 II, spent the last decade driving bimmers and used to love eating fox body gt's for lunch with my z3 coupe and then my M coupe. that said Ford has come a long ways since then and I love my 14 GT,

the new 15 will be end up being a world car and it needs to be if Ford wants to stay relevant in the world of performance vehs.

I do not care for the Fusion front end but hope that in 2-3 years there will be some minor changes and if not I will prob still buy one once they are pushing 500 ponies as that is just a lot of performance for the $ and the handling and interior are now on par with the euro cars.
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the classic collectible car was once a depreciating asset. One never knows.
The only modern classic arguably are:
- NSX
- Viper
- less so last gen RX7 and Supra
- not so much S2000

But definitely the Ford GT is a classic

If you want to argue it you can place the 2013 GT500 on that list. The upcoming Mach I or Cobra may also but I think less so.

Other than the Ford GT no other is a straight clear cut classic worthy. But that's my opinion.
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This is a moot reply all cars are not a financially smart buy they are the worse investment you can purchase except the possible collector car which could be a hit or miss. But then you need to keep it for 40 years to get a nice return. Heck you lose at least two grand by just driving it off the lot.

So if I'm making a dumb finical decision. You can bet I'll have fun when owning it.
That was the whole point of the reply. It's a stupid financial decision. We don't buy Mustangs to be financially smart. We don't buy Mustangs to get great gas mileage. Why doesn't anyone seem to understand sarcasm? We buy Mustangs because we love them.
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That was the whole point of the reply. It's a stupid financial decision. We don't buy Mustangs to be financially smart. We don't buy Mustangs to get great gas mileage. Why doesn't anyone seem to understand sarcasm? We buy Mustangs because we love them.
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I absolutely love the 2015. I wanted one the minute I saw the rear end and fastback design. The front could use a some muscling up but overall I see an absolutely gorgeous car. I really appreciate all the little subtle throwbacks to the original fastback too. And the return of Comp Orange is a beautiful thing.

What I've noticed is the people who own the 2013-14s aren't prepared to have their cars be "obsolete", or no longer be the latest and greatest mustang. So they "hate the 2015" even though the 2015 is extremely similar to their own cars.

Embrace the change people. The mustang is one step closer to stomping the European competition.
Respectfully, I think you are way out in space on your assessment of why 13-14 owners hate or dislike the 2015 model. The retro generation models will not be obsolete especially the 13-14 models. In fact all the generation models play a high importance in the heritage of the mustang. Each generation mustang being awesome in its right way.

There are group's of enthusiasts that just love and enjoy there retro model and don't care for the design of the next generation stang. Its not because there model is no longer the latest and greatest. Its because they love the look of the retro stang. Many feel the retro model is a perfect blend of old school 60's mustangs with modern day muscle. Its not a right or wrong thing its just an opinion.

I for one really like the look of the 2015 Mustang. I wouldn't get rid of my 2011 for it but in the future I can see myself with a 2025 model.
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A lot of people either hate the looks or are disappointed that it is not radical enough. The reality is that there is a limit to how much they can do with the Mustang. The basic concepts of what makes a Mustang are driven by 50 years of tradition. It is a styling trap that Ford cannot escape. We will not see Mustang sports wagons, diesel Mustangs, or hybrid Mustangs. It is more likely that we would see a lower price Mustang. That would come without a lot of gee-gaws, but be attractive to younger people. However, to do so would take away from the Fiesta ST market. My personal thought is that Lincoln will get a sports car based on the Mustang chassis. This can give them a clean sheet and room for a few ideas they have floating around. Probably will be a true 2-seater. Maybe even bring back the Thunderbird nameplate.
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A lot of people either hate the looks or are disappointed that it is not radical enough. The reality is that there is a limit to how much they can do with the Mustang. The basic concepts of what makes a Mustang are driven by 50 years of tradition. It is a styling trap that Ford cannot escape. We will not see Mustang sports wagons, diesel Mustangs, or hybrid Mustangs. It is more likely that we would see a lower price Mustang. That would come without a lot of gee-gaws, but be attractive to younger people. However, to do so would take away from the Fiesta ST market. My personal thought is that Lincoln will get a sports car based on the Mustang chassis. This can give them a clean sheet and room for a few ideas they have floating around. Probably will be a true 2-seater. Maybe even bring back the Thunderbird nameplate.
I would love a 2 seater t bird return. The corvette needs a domestic rival other than the srt-10.
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It's all badass and fun, but not financially smart.
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