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Ford Mustang, Ford Mustang SVT Cobra, Coupe, Convertible
#1114 of 1125 Re: 2012 GT Purchase [restomod71]
Mar 29, 2012 (5:19 pm)
Hey, that sounds like a steal!
What kind of financing time and percentage rate did they give?
We bet it is hard to listen to the radio when the deep burbble of exhaust sounds so good.
Good luck and drive moderately.
#1115 of 1125 Re: 2012 GT Purchase [wilcox]
Mar 29, 2012 (5:55 pm)
I had financing already set up through my credit union. It's at 2.75% for 48 months.
Their financing guy did save me about $400 though. When I was getting ready to put money down, he asked if I had a credit card that had a cash back incentive. I did, and I used it to put down enough that I got about $400 back when I looked at my statement. Not a bad deal at all.
The car is a blast to drive. I don't drive it much though, as it was a present for my better half. It was her birthday present and Christmas present for about the next ten years! She's been driving a '96 GT and she was due for a new one.
I'm waiting for the '13, or perhaps '15 Shelby. We'll see how soon I'm able to pay this one off and go from there.
Apr 29, 2012 (12:09 am)
It's my first time buying a car and I am thinking about buying a 2013 Mustang V6 with Auto transmission and 102A package. I received a quote for 24381 +TTL. The MSRP is 25485.
There is probably a room for negotiation but how much can I go to get a reasonable price?
Any opinion helps. Thanks!
#1117 of 1125 2012 GT bought April 28th 2012.
May 11, 2012 (6:31 am)
The car is a base Black on black 2012 GT with the brembo brake package and manual trans. The car was bought in Raleigh NC.
MSRP was $32500. X-Plan brought that down to about $30500. Then got $4000 off to get to $26500 3.8%.
Trade in was 2010 v6 mustang with 16500 miles. Got $17700 for the trade.
60 month loan with payments = $395.0
Felt like I got a great deal especially on the trade (was expecting 16k). The v8 is worth every $.
May 20, 2012 (7:57 pm)
Hey guys, looking at the following and wondering if anyone bought similar and what you paid
2013 Premium GT 5.0
#1119 of 1125 Happy New Mustang Owner
May 26, 2012 (6:34 pm)
2012 Performance White Mustang V6 with:
Rapid 101A spec
Reverse Sensing and Security Package
MSRP = $26,090
I received a $3k dealer discount, $1k rebate and 0% financing for 60 months by taking advantage of the Ford Swap Your Ride sales event. I traded in my 2006 G35 sedan automatic with 96k miles for $9500. I ended up financing $12,590 + TTL.
Jun 19, 2012 (1:17 pm)
Looking for a V6 Convertible base model. There is none. Automatic transmission is all I want. Every V6 in stock is loaded and push the MSRP to $30K+. And some are $35K. There seems to be nothing under $30K. I searching all dealers within 500 miles.
If I want a coupe, there is the base model and everything in-between. All the convertibles are so loaded that it's out of my price range.
Why is that?