It's because you live in CANADA and the Mustang are made in AMERICAwhy do they charge so much?!
I'll try to answer your question so that it makes sense.ok, this is what i am asking:
my 2006 cost me $5,000 & my dad & I spent $13,000 on it
& a 2015 costs $50,000
i may be dense, but i don't see how Ford can charge so much?
i mean, i would rather have ten stock Mustangs like mine for the cost of 1 new one
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i just think thats an INSANE amount of money for a stock car
& how much is it going to be worth 1 year from now?
i just don't see $30,000+ worth of improvements over mine!
ok, granted: mine is a 6 cyl & doesn't have a backup camera
Import tax has nothing to do with the difference in price. Nafta takes care of the vast overwhelming majority of that. Note, this is not the case with other imports and their price bumps are similar. The biggest reason for the jump at is the difference in the dollar and all cars in Canada get marked up. It's something in the corporate structure of how vehicles are sold in Canada. The additional necessary costs (dollar flux ignored) is. About 400$ per cat for the extra documentation and shipping vs buying in the us. We often see 10-20% premiums.It's because you live in CANADA and the Mustang are made in AMERICA
Your Government sticks it up our industry's butt with import taxes. They just pass on the tax to you buyers. It is as simple as that.
If you price those same cars in the U.S.A. they are much less expensive.
How long have you been a mod?? Or have I just never noticed?Ok seriously any more name calling and mods having to delete posts in this thread and its getting locked. All have been warned.