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Old 09-24-2010, 02:22 PM   #1
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Default Latest I can order a 2011 Mustang GT?

Does anyone have any idea what is the latest I can order a new build to order Mustang GT?
I was wanting to wait for the 0% financing to roll around in 6 months or so.

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Old 09-24-2010, 03:43 PM   #2
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Sometime next year I would expect. lol.
Maybe March-May
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Typically, to get 0% financing, you have to take dealer stock, so no ording the one you want. Don't know when 2011 production run will end.
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Old 09-24-2010, 07:50 PM   #4
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Yes, definitely take from dealer stock. Usually, when you're interested enough in the car to order one, they know they have you on the hook.
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Yes, definitely take from dealer stock. Usually, when you're interested enough in the car to order one, they know they have you on the hook.
Only problem is I notice most of the dealers with GTs in stock are all premiums fully loaded.
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I'd go 2012 if possible. Why buy a brand new one year old car if 2012s are right around the corner? It's still considered a year old and worth less in the end. I guess if you plan to keep it forever then that wouldn't matter. They might still have great financing when the '12s come out.
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Only problem is I notice most of the dealers with GTs in stock are all premiums fully loaded.
If you negotiate well - and at the right time of the year - you can get a great deal on a loaded car.
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I'd go 2012 if possible. Why buy a brand new one year old car if 2012s are right around the corner? It's still considered a year old and worth less in the end. I guess if you plan to keep it forever then that wouldn't matter. They might still have great financing when the '12s come out.
But if the 2011 is basically the same as an 2012 why not? Same thing and cost less.
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if you order one, it won't be cheaper. Unless the 2012 is more expensive


and I ordered mine and got 0%, it was before they came out though
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Watching Barrett-Jackson this afternoon and they said the 2012 Mustang would be out next spring, so I would think the latest order date would probably sometime in late January for a 2011. I would think your local dealer would have this info.
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