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Old 04-29-2005, 03:04 AM   #1
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Is the new 05 gt mustangs negotiable?

My gf and I are trying to get the 05 gt mustangs, but it seems like everywhere we go, the prices cant be bargain with. I know they're a pretty good deal as is, but I guess I just feel weird about buying w/out any saving....lol.

Has anyone dealt a better pricing on the 05 gt even a little lower than the msrp price?


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Old 04-29-2005, 04:46 AM   #2
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It is going to be a while before you can buy a mustang GT at or below MSRP. Production was less than everyone expected, and there is still ALOT of demand.
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Old 04-29-2005, 05:33 AM   #3
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Here in Washington state, we have dealers that have an agrement with the state called the no dicker sticker. By law they can't bargin at all with the no dicker sticker. At a Ford dealer by me, they are selling the new mustang GT for a couple thousand under sticker. Needless to say they don't stay on the lot long.
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I believe due to the demand for the 05 they aren't going to move on the sticker price due to they know they will sell for that price.
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Dealers are their own business and not part of Ford Motor, so unless they're bound by rules of the state, they can pretty much do whatever they want on vehicle price from mark it up to make more money, to mark it down to move more vehicles. Good luck finding one for much less then MSRP. Demand is too high.
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my suggestion is if you have an 05GT you can buy I would jump on it. The demand is so high, if the dealer doesn't have one now, you are not going to get one until 06 model Year.
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Old 04-29-2005, 10:07 AM   #7
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^^ Exactly what everyone else is saying. Before I got my ST, I drove a new V6 Mustang...just for fun. The salesman and I were talking about the GT and he told me that because the demand is so high, they will not budge on dime on the price...and on top of that, you'd have to wait 6 to 8 weeks for delivery. They've been doing nothing but "taking deposits and orders" for like the last 4 months...
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make friends with someone at Ford and then they can help you get the Ford Blue Oval discount lol
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At the moment incentives aren't needed to sell the new Mustangs. No cash back, no low interest rates. I haven't heard of anyone getting one using X-Plan (Partner) pricing either. It's up to the dealer to decide whether they want to accept a plan like the one mentioned above, and for now doing so takes money out of their pockets because they can so easily sell the same car for more.

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At the moment incentives aren't needed to sell the new Mustangs. No cash back, no low interest rates. I haven't heard of anyone getting one using X-Plan (Partner) pricing either. It's up to the dealer to decide whether they want to accept a plan like the one mentioned above, and for now doing so takes money out of their pockets because they can so easily sell the same car for more.

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i work at a lincoln mercury dealer here in michigan and i do believe that if a customer has an A/D/X/Z plan pin number they have to sell it to them at that price. it would be stupid if they didnt cause Ford pays the dealer back for selling it under invoice (for those who dont know A/X plan is a percentage under invoice for selling price and these prices are not eligable for dealer only incentives no bargaining on the prices) so what i would suggest is that you find someone who can get you a-plan or x-plan if u want to save money
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