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SirDrums 06-20-2014 01:50 PM

Remaining 2014 pricing....
 
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....

anyway...

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...

I was hoping to get it around 30... I may be unrealistic on my end as well so...

what are you guys paying for them right now?

oh, the car is a DIB GT Premuim 401a with an auto tranny and 19" machined alluminum wheels..

rogan01 06-20-2014 02:28 PM

Why are you (or anyone) apologizing about not liking the 2015? I just don't get this... you are not alone. Go with your gut.

Buchez09GT 06-20-2014 02:29 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by SirDrums (Post 8400425)
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....

anyway...

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...

I was hoping to get it around 30... I may be unrealistic on my end as well so...

what are you guys paying for them right now?

oh, the car is a DIB GT Premuim 401a with an auto tranny and 19" machined alluminum wheels..

For reasons you just stated above is why prices will not drastically drop for the '14s. I am also not a fan of the new 2015's and I'm sure there are others out there as well. Maybe later in 2014 or early 2015 if there are still some 2014's kicking around you could score a "deal." Its always about Supply and Demand and as long as there are those of us that are not savvy to the 2015's the prices will remain somewhat close to MSRP.
It never hurts to try though.

TheDivaDanielle 06-20-2014 07:29 PM

yeah, 14 is still the current model year. They'll still be new for another three months, and you really won't see them looking desperate to drop prices majorly till then.

rogan01 06-20-2014 09:49 PM

I purchased a new 2012 with those same specs in red candy for $31,250 in Sept 2012. That included destination fee but not tax, tag, dealer fee, etc. YMMV

Tanner05 06-20-2014 11:08 PM

If you go in and talk to them, you'll get it lower. They know what they've got, just make sure they know that you know about the 2015s coming out. I bought my '14 GT/CS with nav with an MSRP of $40k. I paid $32 or 33k I can't remember. They need to come off that car at least $5k, but I bet you could get closer to $8k off. You might have to shop around at dealerships though to get the best deal.

LOLBurnouts 06-21-2014 03:39 AM

Got my GT Premium with the 18" polished aluminum wheels, auto and rear camera for 30 before tax. MSRP was like 37870.

Wreck 06-21-2014 11:36 PM

I just bought a new 2014 V6 for nearly 6k below sticker. Ford has 3K rebate until July 7, I think, and the dealer knocked another $2500 off. They had a GT on the lot for 26K which was about 7K under sticker.

ticopowell 06-22-2014 01:35 AM

Just got a GT Base model... they had about 6k in rebates. I used them to get out of negative equity so I didn't get too much of a discount, but msrp was about 35k, so it would have been 29k after rebates. Those are here in CA though, so check ford's website and don't forget that they can still negotiate to a lower price... try and get all the rebates off of the invoice price as a starting point. might get you a great deal!

donelly 06-22-2014 01:04 PM

Go to a dealership during the last week of the month. You'll have more leverage in the negotiating process because the dealer and sales staff are trying to meet their monthly sales goals and may be willing to give you a deal.

did a quick search on cars.com in the DFW area... plenty of GT premiums with AT for around $30k.


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