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i just bought a 2012 mustang v6 with a manual transmission and was almost the base package. my mustang has the sport appearance package, the anti-theft package (i thought that was standard), and the reverse sensor package. i paid about $24,400 after taxes and stuff. that's because i talked them into selling it to me at invoice pricing since there were no rebates to help me out, and they wanted my trade-in (dayton, ohio got nailed by a massive hail storm so dealerships lost a lot of used stock, thus they really want trade-ins).
long story short: looks like i beat you by roughly a grand. given that you paid x-plan and didn't get invoice, i think you were about fine (give or take for your options). your local taxes, and all kinds of others stuff make me think that you did fine, and shouldn't worry about it. like everyone else here is saying, enjoy your purchase and don't sweat the small stuff.
well i went to the dealer and got the x plan invoice everything seems OK got the x plan which saved me about 800 and 2500 in incentives,they said they would look at the doc fee but not a big deal if its $409 and not $100 car runs great but I'm sure ill mod later. and when i did go there i saw some nice eye candy a Mustang Shelby for 55k looked bad ***
It's your responsibility to ask for the numbers at x-plan pricing before agreeing to any deal, and knowing what the asking price is as well. And also knowing all the other numbers ahead of time including taxes and fees before signing the agreement.
If they refused to give you the details, that's bad, really bad.
What you should do, is know the x-plan price, and see if you can do better (I just did).
Enjoy your car!
Mike - 2005 Stroked/Forged/Cammed V8 (5.0L.); Kenne Bell 2.6 @ 18psi, + many mods. (formerly a V6 w/Vortech supercharger);
- 2006 4.0 V6 with PH Turbo and TR6060
I have no clue...paid 32k for my car fully loaded. leather seats...fog lights...glass roof...navigation....rear view camera...pony package..window louvers.
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