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Hey everyone. So I've been looking into purchasing a new 2014 Mustang V6. I'd love to get the V8, but being 20, insurance would be insane. And I don't make tons of money, so I think the sixxer is a better choice for me. I plan on getting it with the FP6 appearance package, 3.31 gears, and the ambient lighting. Possibly the tech package too if I could afford it. I plan to mod the hell out of the 6 too. Anyway, I've talked to a dealer ( all through email ) and we recently agreed on $100 below invoice. I've never bought a car before but that sounds decent right? I also just recently figured out I qualify for Xplan as well due to the company I work for. Should I go in and not mention that and stick with what we agreed on or do you think Xplan is better pricing? Also i have the $750 coupon. Will that combine with xplan? I'm just obviously trying to get the best deal possible. Thank you in advance and hopefully I'm in a new mustang owner soon.

(Sorry if you've seen this on another forum. Trying to get as much input as possible. Thanks!)
 

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Hi, always try to get the best deal possible. Mention the other incentives from your company, and the $750 coupon. They can combine all of them. Even at $100 or whatever over invoice. They will make a lot more profit than $100. All the Major Company. Give the dealership anywhere from $500-$2500 .from the invoice price.Called a manufacture incentive.Always be willing to go to another dealers.If you are not satisfied with the deal. Good luck.
 

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Here is a site that you can go to and figure out just how much money they are making. There is a spreadsheet that you need to download. You can add all the extras. Ask the dealer for the invoice, if he doesn't want to let you look at it, thank salesman or sales manager and LEAVE!

Car Buying Guide for New and Used Vehicles | CarBuyingtips.com

Hope this helps.
 
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