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Ford Mustang, Ford Mustang SVT Cobra, Coupe, Convertible
#876 of 1138 Re: 2007 Vista Blue Mustang [grumblesdclown]
Jan 30, 2007 (12:27 pm)
That excludes tax, title, and license. Out the door price was $34,437.00 (includes $1000 rebate) I did not finance, I have been saving for this car since I sold my last one 10 years ago. No extended warranty.
In regards to ordering it, the dealership told me becuase they are a Blue Oval Certified and Presidents Award (Top 2% of all ford dealerships for customer service) winner, that they are allocated more cars then most dealers. So I should get my car in 4-8 weeks. I have no proof that this is true but so far they have been a great dealership to deal with.
#877 of 1138 VISTA BLUE IS AWESOME!
Jan 31, 2007 (4:58 am)
IMHO, this is by far the best color available right now. My 07 v6 is Vista Blue and I get lots of compliments.
I ordered stick and it took 2 months to come in . Check back with your salesperson Friday, to see if a build date was scheduled.
#878 of 1138 Just bought mine
Feb 01, 2007 (11:59 pm)
Well I just got home for a long trip to my local dealership. The first lot I went to had an Alloy V6 Prem fully loaded. They wanted $32,000 for it and wouldn't budge. $25,000 MSRP with a $7,000 dealer markup. I took off and drove about 20 mins to another lot and and they had a Vista Blue with Auto tranny, V6 pony package, Leather seats, and Interior Upgrade Package for $24,000 MSRP. I walked out with the car at $21,827.
#879 of 1138 MORE POWER TO VISTA BLUE!
Feb 02, 2007 (8:46 am)
I have Pony Pkg, IUP with the Carbon panel, stick, Sirius and ABS/Traction Control.
Leather isn't my thing as I don't like sliding around. But i don't think you could slide much anyway with the way the seats are shaped.
V6 or not, I love the sound!
#880 of 1138 Vista Blue Silver strips
Feb 03, 2007 (9:56 am)
I think ford should take the sticker off the window on the cobra, That really pissed me off with the mark up of 20,000. Anyway I ended up buying a 07 GT had the dealership paint shelby strips on it, borla EX, roush short throw shifter, roush S/C , Eibach pro lowering springs, and 18in wheels, and clear coat the hole car. 38,700 ready to go. When I was ordering the extra's for the GT they come down on the price of the cobra to 56,000 I told them know way. They could hold more value down the road but it could be a sucker bet. Anyway Im happy with the car it runs pretty good. JM
#881 of 1138 My dealer is selling Shelbys for MSRP.
Feb 03, 2007 (1:55 pm)
But only to "good customers" "friends of the dealership" and they are all sold
Feb 11, 2007 (7:41 pm)
I just got an 07 GT/CS It is the blue. I haven't driven it much but it sure is nice. I was getting discuraged as I was looking at buying a used 06 but the ones I drove were actually disappointing me with the transmission, I thought they were a little rough and was thinking they already had a hard life. Then I went to the last dealer of the day. I took a look at the california special he had there and the tranny was sily smooth.
Sticker 31,150 Buy price including 1,000 rebate 27,515.46
I am a happy boy..
#883 of 1138 I'm back in the Mustang family
Feb 12, 2007 (4:41 pm)
Just bought back my 2005 GT Premium Convertible manual that I traded in July. They were about to take it to auction. They put 1,000 miles on it and I got it for $2500 less than I traded it in for. Details...paid $24,500 and it has 5,000 miles and the 3M clear front-end mask.
#884 of 1138 get a reality check on ebay
Feb 16, 2007 (10:07 pm)
Check out ebay or the classifieds: Whole lot of Mustang GT's selling for dirt cheap. Don't let a dealer whip you. New car should be selling for at least $1000 below MSRP.
And don't get suckered by dealer add-ons, like after-market wheels. They're only meant to put bucks in the dealer's pockets.
Perspective: Ford is millions of dollars in debt and laying off tens of thousands workers. Dealerships are closing. They need, real bad, to sell cars.
#885 of 1138 Bought new V6 premium
Feb 20, 2007 (7:25 am)
Just bought a V6 premium Redfire with Auto, Pony package, Leather, Abs/Traction Control, Interior upgrade for 21900 in NJ.
If you are in NJ and planning to buy, stay away from Malouf, they tried to slip in a manual, while we had negotiated for an auto. Scumbags, never gonna buy from them again. If I wasnt carefull, I would have been stuck with a stick shift at a much higher price.