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Old 06-10-2007, 03:32 PM
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The MSRP is $30,430 on the GT Mustang that pretty much has the goodies that I want.
With all the rebate incentives you think I can get a sales person to bite at $25,000?
Right now I think their is roughly $1500 in rebates, and I leased a ford prior so their might be another 750 for lease loyalty stuff.

I am guessing with the 2008 looming shortly in the horizon that the 07's price should start to fall. I am betting that the rebate's are going to go up dramatically in mid July. I just want to get the pick of the litter.
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Old 06-10-2007, 04:16 PM
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Nobody has an opinion?
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Old 06-10-2007, 04:45 PM
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So many things depend on the price, It's hard to state one, Like how big the dealership is, How many cars they sell in a year depends on how many cars they get next year and what the dealer price will be, Then the dealers get a year end rebate for each car sold and there are during the year public rebates and dealer discounts and what options are you looking at.
In about 1 1/2 weeks the 2008s will be at the dealerships. and then Fordhas their bank notes come dew for the vehicles that are on the lots, so if a dealerhas a 25,000$ car sitting there and that car is now going to cost him $100. a day to sit on his lot, he has real incentive to get rid of it, even at a loss. Some dealers buy their cars outright from ford and have no problem with having a vehicle sit there after the bank note is dew, some dealers barrow, (so to speak) from Ford. There is no exact price that a new Mustang cost.
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Old 06-10-2007, 05:32 PM
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The MSRP is $30,430 on the GT Mustang that pretty much has the goodies that I want.
With all the rebate incentives you think I can get a sales person to bite at $25,000?
Right now I think their is roughly $1500 in rebates, and I leased a ford prior so their might be another 750 for lease loyalty stuff.

I am guessing with the 2008 looming shortly in the horizon that the 07's price should start to fall. I am betting that the rebate's are going to go up dramatically in mid July. I just want to get the pick of the litter.
Invoice is about 0.93 x MSRP. So figure that minus any rebates as your target price.
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Old 06-10-2007, 05:43 PM
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Don't deal with a salesman. Go directly to the Fleet Dept, where they will give you a price that is just above cost. I bought mine for $150 over dealer invoice, which Fleet shows you. You can still get the rebates and/or special financing.
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Old 06-10-2007, 05:54 PM
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or you have connections at a Ford dealer and have the VINCENT in hand for the mustang your looking for. with $500 in rebates at the time I knocked $3.4 off mine.
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Old 06-10-2007, 06:16 PM
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I got my 2007 V6 for $15,900 if that helps.
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Old 06-10-2007, 06:26 PM
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Fleet department? Never heard of it. Don't you have to be a big buyer of many cars to get a fleet rate?

I am just wondering that the car I am looking has an MSRP of $30,450 if I can get it for around 25k plus tax and title (of course). Right now I think their is $1500 in rebates until July 2nd. I think I can get a $750 for leasing a ford previously. So I am looking at roughly $2250 off MSRP without any negotiating.

Now I am guessing that Ford is going to up the rebates substantially on 07's to help dealers clear their lots. I don't know if the dealers are told ahead of time and if so how far ahead do they know what is coming down the pipe.

I want to get the package and color that I want, but I also want to get a really really good deal on it. Hence the reason for a 07 rather than an 08.
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Old 06-10-2007, 07:12 PM
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I got my 2007 V6 for $15,900 if that helps.


Probably not too much. A GT is considered a luxury and as such, there is less lee way.
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Old 06-10-2007, 07:24 PM
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When I bought my 07 GT back in December, there was a $1000 incentive. My sticker was $29,625 and I used an A-plan pin to get my car at 4% below dealer invoice. Basically the PIN brought the car's price down $3000, plus the $1000 incentive so I got my car at $25,600 + tax and financing. I highly doubt that you can get $5000 under sticker even with $1500 in incentives. The dealership will have to lose money selling it to you unless you have access to an X-plan PIN, and even then they can only sell it to you at invoice.
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