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Old 12-07-2010, 05:14 PM
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Will be considering a new mustang purchase in the spring (base V6). Anyone have any thoughts about whether Ford might offer the 0% financing plan for 5 years? They currently offer it for the Fusion and a bunch of other vehicles. Is it possible that mustang sales are so strong that they don't need to promote it this way? Currently there is a discount being offered but then you get nailed with 6% financing.

Can anyone remember Ford offering 0% for the mustang in the last few years? Perhaps history repeats itself.

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Old 12-08-2010, 07:48 AM
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I've never heard of 0% financing on Mustangs tbh. I have heard of puttint 0% on the other cars which I find to be kinda cruddy. For your sake I hope they do extend it to Mustangs.
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Old 12-08-2010, 10:03 AM
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Why not just go thru a credit union or something? For Mustangs, I never see good deals like they do for their fleet cars for Ford.
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Old 12-08-2010, 05:11 PM
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i went through a credit union when i got my 07...got approved for 2.9% thru them, ford was lookin to get me with 7% i believe...i don't think they would ever offer 0%...the calls sell themselves...if for some stupid reason people stopped buying mustangs, i could see them doing it, but until then i suggested you finance elsewhere
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Old 12-12-2010, 07:15 PM
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I've seen 0% for 60 months before on Mustangs...but it's usually right before the model on the lot becomes a year and a half old.

Hang on till the 14's are about to come out and you MIGHT be able to find a '12 for that rate.
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Old 12-13-2010, 11:36 PM
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I got my 2007 Mustang with 0% financing for 5 years. I bought the car in November of 2007, the dealerships will always give you the best deal on models that will be a year old in the lot.

My brother was looking at getting a brand new Mitsubishi Evo and they never have any special deals on Evo's, but the dealership he went to had one left and they were offering 0% financing.

The best deals are either at the end of the year or when they are replacing the current generation model with a newer one. The only con would be the limited selection. I wanted a Black Mustang but the only colour that they had that was dark was the Alloy. Don't regret the colour or the purchase.

Good luck on finding a new vehicle, I love shopping for cars!
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Just like how you got your 07 for 0% financing when you bough your car in NOV 09,
I guaranty that the '11 GT will get a 0% financing option in NOV or DEC '11!
But before the '12s hit the lots? Absolutely Not!
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