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Old 12-30-2011, 12:16 AM   #1
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OK i just got a 2012 v6 mustang normal $25290 - they did not really tell me the x plan price just told me the whole price with tax saying the x-plan is included looking on the receipt price shows $24672(does this look right) after looking over the documents theirs a documentary fee of 409 , i thought with the x plan the max the doc fee is $100 is this right? which makes me question if they even gave me the right x plan price , also they didn't even ask for my pin. should i go to the dealer ship and ask for a invoice and x plan price print out plus return on the doc fee ?
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Old 12-30-2011, 12:59 AM   #2
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whyed you buy it without knowing what the cars really worth on the x plan, before hand?

why did you let them charge you more on that doc fee?

legally, i think you already agreed to the terms .. youd probably need to throw a hissy fit and give some bad press to get any sort of compensation.

take it as a lesson learned.
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Old 12-30-2011, 02:18 AM   #3
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The amount of money people will commit to spend without verifying a deal is amazing. Sorry op, but this was a question to ask them before you signed papers and drove off the lot.
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Old 12-30-2011, 02:59 AM   #4
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indeed. to add - you told us none of your package details or options so we couldn't tell you if you got a deal or not.

i'd try not to read into it. you'll probably be upset you didn't look into this in advance.
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Old 12-30-2011, 03:27 AM   #5
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OK i just got a 2012 v6 mustang <b>normal</b> $25290 - they did not really tell me the x plan price just told me the whole price with tax saying the x-plan is included looking on the receipt price shows $24672(does this look right) after looking over the documents theirs a documentary fee of 409 , i thought with the x plan the max the doc fee is $100 is this right? which makes me question if they even gave me the right x plan price , also they didn't even ask for my pin. should i go to the dealer ship and ask for a invoice and x plan price print out plus return on the doc fee ?
By "normal" do you mean the base Mustang? Meaning that it has cloth seats, no Sync, ugly rubber steering wheel, and minus all the other options? If so, sounds like they did overprice you. I got my base '10 V6 brand new for a little above $23,000 back in August 2009 and from what I see, the '11 and '12 base Mustang's MSRP is still at that $23,000 range. I agree, those are questions you should have asked then and there before you drove off the lot. But look at the bright side, you now have a beautiful car . If I were you, I'd just put it behind me.
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Old 12-30-2011, 03:34 AM   #6
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A couple people kept telling me i over-paid for my 06 GT.
kept saying I coulda went a few k lower, It was the lowest price we saw anywhere close for the year/condition it was in. I didnt feel I had overpaid, I was happy with the car and it is alot of fun .
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Old 12-30-2011, 07:54 AM   #7
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I agree that you signed and drove...those are questions to ask before you sign that and drive out of the dealership. Don't worry about it...put it behind you and enjoy the ride.
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Old 12-30-2011, 08:20 AM   #8
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Don't worry about whether or not other people think you overpaid. Just enjoy your purchase.
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Old 12-30-2011, 08:54 AM   #9
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sounds like you did overpay, but who really knows except the dealership...but it sounds like you got had because if they aren't asking you for your xplan pin, they gave a discount on the car (probably made a little money) and just told you it was xplan because they NEED to have that pin whenever an xplan deal is made.

you should have asked for the invoice before you signed and made sure everything was 100%...i work at a ford dealership and have seen some tricks...x-plan pricing is a non-negotiable set price from ford...if you already signed, the only thing you can really do is make some noise to get some service free (not likely gonna happen) and you could always trash them on the servey when you get it via email...other than that, take it as a lesson learned, move on and enjoy the stang
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Old 12-30-2011, 09:02 AM   #10
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Don't sweat it OP. $#%$ happens. Just buy modifications and you'll feel a whole lot better. Let the modding begin ;0)
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coming from the largest over-seas internet modding guy we have.
who hasnt even filled his car up with gas yet! :P
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Old 12-30-2011, 01:59 PM   #12
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I purchased my 2008 GT new in 2008 for $26,000 out-the-door with the x-plan (remember x-plan also gives you all the rebates and special financing rates that you qualify for).

My x-plan purchase included $4500 in rebates and also gave me special 1.9% financing on top of the x-plan price.
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How is the price of a 2008 GT or a 2010 V6 relevant to the OP's purchase of a 2012 V6?
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Old 12-30-2011, 04:30 PM   #14
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Op, you probably over paid a little bit, but without us knowing the options we have no way of knowing. However, like the others said it's already done with, so go enjoy your new car.
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How is the price of a 2008 GT or a 2010 V6 relevant to the OP's purchase of a 2012 V6?
So he can compare the price range and the discount he should have gotten. Apparently, you're not even reading the thread thoroughly.
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Old 12-30-2011, 04:38 PM   #16
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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.
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Old 12-30-2011, 05:36 PM   #17
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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 ***
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Old 12-30-2011, 05:41 PM   #18
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it was 24672 -2500 with tax and fees $23389 so looks like i got a good deal
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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).

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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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