Have you considered the fact that maybe the availability of the stripe and CF track pack options are due to production constraints or capacity? Maybe the paint shop has a constraint on how many cars they can do per year or the CF wheel manufacturer can only produce so many wheels per year. I'm...
Exactly. Ferrari charges $1700 for Ferrari shields on the fenders and $1200 for a horse stitched on the headrest. Porsche charges thousands for painted or leather vents. It's all relative. People can spend money on whatever they want.
Because a sequential trans would not have good driveability...Think if you are cruising on the highway at 2k RPM's in 6th gear and you want to pass someone in 3rd. With a sequential you would have to wait for 3 shifts to happen vs a DCT which can skip from 6th to 3rd in one shift. DCT's have...
No one can tell you that. If you want you can measure the tread depth before and after and calculate it yourself. Too many variables at play...pavement condition, temperature, burnout time, vehicle weight, etc.
Its obviously electric based on the wires coming out of it. Not sure how that affects the price.
Ask them what the difference in the windshield is between the 2. Shouldn't make a difference but maybe its the extra step of plugging the wires in.
I always thought it was going to be an option. Easy money maker for Ford there.
You can get a GT350 for 60k easily now. But if you factor in the discounts for a GT, price difference is still around 10k.
Nice, that actually works!
Total - $44,580
6 speed manual (auto would add $1,595)
301A - $2,000
GT Performance Package - $3,995
Magneride - $1,695
Active Exhaust - $895
No nav or recaros...talk about expensive!
I thought in the past if the number aren't known they will put "est". I see there is an "*" so I think they used that instead if those are estimates. Just look at the Taurus below which was stated to be a guess, all engines have the "*" so I think its the same for the Mustang. I would hope so...
Ford isn't forcing them to buy the car. I think its a great idea. It's not like they have to drive the car 15k miles a year. Just prevents owners from storing them in a garage and not being seen out in public.
I agree with you. Seems like a lot of marketing hype and key words to make the tires sound better then they are. Only Michelin knows the exact differences between the OE and regular tire. Could be a lot, could be a little, we will never know.
Only thing we do know is there is a lot of...
Set up an account with Fedex or UPS and the price should drop a lot. If you know of anyone with an account through their company you can save a lot as well if they do lots of shipping. I used a business account from a friend and I was able to ship 4 wheels and tires together (~50 lbs each) for...