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#2891 of 2924 Re: Is this a good price for 2009 Ford Mustang GT? [gaelinic]
Jan 16, 2011 (8:53 pm)
Go to overstock.com, click on cars, then type in your zip code, make and model and you should get a good deal on a 2011 Mustang.
2011 2dr Coupe Premium is $29905 for Chicago area and you get 412 HP and 390 Torque, the extra $2000 obo is worth the extra 112 HP, or get the 2011 V6 with 305 HP and 280 Torque for $23605, plus tax, dest and so on...
Good Luck and Enjoy!!!
#2893 of 2924 2006 Mustang insurance costs
Feb 17, 2011 (8:56 pm)
Hi guys, I'm a stranger here in the Ford forums, hope there's someone who can answer this. A young friend of mine is considering buying a 2006 Mustang convertible with 66,000 miles on it. Price asked is $10,000. That seems low to me; does that sound like a fair price to you all, too high, too low, suspect in any way? I don't know what all is on the car so it's a bit hard to judge, but autotrader typically shows prices in the upper teens.
Second question: what might he expect to pay for insurance in the L.A. area, anyone know?
Thanks for your help.
#2894 of 2924 Re: 2006 Mustang insurance costs [biancar]
Feb 18, 2011 (5:00 am)
V-6 or V-8?
#2895 of 2924 Re: 2006 Mustang insurance costs [biancar]
Feb 18, 2011 (6:25 am)
Something is definitely wrong with the car. Don't buy it. A 2005 GT with 50K miles should sell for 16K on the lot.
#2896 of 2924 Re: 2006 Mustang insurance costs [arx9968]
Feb 18, 2011 (7:32 am)
Thanks. It's a V-6 Deluxe.
#2897 of 2924 Re: 2006 Mustang insurance costs [biancar]
Feb 18, 2011 (7:52 am)
Its a little low, but still above wholesale (which is $8500-$9k). Is it private party or dealer? I would have it thoroughly checked out, of course.
#2898 of 2924 Re: 2006 Mustang insurance costs [qbrozen]
Feb 18, 2011 (4:48 pm)
I think he's trying to stay within a budget and this seemed like a good deal. I suggested that he look very carefully for things like uneven tire wear, paint differences or other clues that might indicate the car had been in an accident, that sort of thing. Who knows, sometimes dealers just want to move a car off the lot, but it did raise my eyebrows a bit when I saw that other, comparable cars listed on Autotrader had asking prices several thousand dollars higher.
#2899 of 2924 I suppose this forum is all but drained dry...
Jul 03, 2011 (11:06 am)
Are we done?
#2900 of 2924 Re: I suppose this forum is all but drained dry... [wtd44]
by Claire@Edmunds HOST
Jul 03, 2011 (8:12 pm)
No, we were just taking a nap while we waited for you to return -- welcome back!
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