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for being used no, you shouldn't pay more than 26k for it, maximum. and realistically, you should go in there and offer 24k don't be afraid to leave, they'll get your info from you before that point if you are negotiating properly, they'll call you the next day or even later that day. brand new that thing probably only had an MSRP of 31,000. At this point they are asking above sticker, i'm sure.
That's new car prices, used cars dont get ford incentives. but as you can see, new the total msrp is only 600 more than they are asking for that used one. the car he is looking at has over 4,000 miles on it.
so thats funny, new the thing should be 27k, used you should pay like 23 or 24k
not a good deal at all! Should again be in the 24-25k range.. Remember dealerships are stealerships! they can care less that they are going to rip you off!!! Again if you wnt ne on that car it would be in the 26-28k range.. Please be smart and don't buy it for that price OP !!!
I bought by 2012 gt with 4k miles catback roush exhaust, steeda intake, saleen front grill, black halo heads, Boss 302 intake manifold full leather all the gimmicks for 27k after tax and tag but i paid cash that might have helped.
Feel bad for the soldier that did all that work then got deployed and didnt wanna pay the tag cuz the car is in mint condition and modded just how I would have to start off. I felt like i was ripping off the dealership i bought it at.
I just paid $30.5K for a '12 GT Premium with Brembo package (that's $6K off MSRP in incentives)
you're better off finding a new '12
+1. Not a good deal. Car does not have Xenon H.I.D. headlights. If I were you, I would buy a new 2012 and perform my own break-in so it doesn't use oil down the road. If you get one without the xenons, you'll wish you did when you see another mustang with xenons next to yours in the dark.
1994 Cobra: 306ci, Ported lower intake, Mac Ceramic Shorties, Mac H-Pipe, March Pulleys, MSD ignition, Mac CAI, 3.73 gears, MM Full SFCs, MM Strut Tower Brace, MM LCAs, MM Caster/Camber Plates, Corbeau Racing Seats, Mac Short Throw, Rear Seat Delete, Eibach Sport Line Springs, FMS 9mm Wires, Lots of Chrome and Powdercoating
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