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Really? Thats interesting, my local Ford dealer told me there was no rebates or incentives on the 14 mustangs.
My local dealer pisses me off.
Yeah. Sometimes dealers are just dicks. I went and looked at a car and asked about a program they had which per the auto manufacturer's website, was a graduate program that allowed for easier approval and a 500 discount. The dealer only said that program was to help approval on a car loan and not the 500 bucks....lol
Hey guys, Don't kill me, but I am not hot on the new 2015's. They just do not do it for me.... I have tried and tried to like them....
What kind of deals are you guys getting on the remaining 14's?
I see one being delivered to my local dealership that I really like and the MSRP on it is 38k. The dealer told my wife (who stopped in to ask him about it while I was at work) the price would be 36 out the door....
That seems way high to me for a car that is on its way to being replaced and is probally going to get hit extra hard by depreciation...
the '14 is current production and is still being built. Expecting fire sale pricing on them is foolish.
The 2014 Mustang is not in current production, it was scheduled to stop production on June 20th. There is fire sale pricing where I live at in DFW right now. I am looking at a 2014 California Special Automatic with 7,600 in Rebates. So don't call the OP foolish without doing some research first.
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There was a grey 14' GT, manual trans, cloth interior for $24K and change at Citris Ford in Ontario. Brand new with only 5 miles. They are out there. You just have to start looking now and be ready to buy. That one I described was on there 72 hours at best. They go fast.
I purchased my 2014 GT new two months ago. The sticker was $31,695, and I paid $24,719. I jumped on it because I remembered pricing a 2010 when the 2011 came out with the bigger engine, and the dealer wasn't coming off the price much. This seemed like a heck of a deal so I flew out of market to buy it.
I've heard two stories on these; they will not be slashing prices to get them off the lot because they have been manufactured in numbers to eventually run out of stock, and then I've heard dealerships will be doing anything they can to dump them because the more they sell, the more of the hotter, newer model will be allotted to them.
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