2015 Mustang Euro/German official price & packaging list!

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  1. FelixGER

    FelixGER Well-Known Member

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    #1 FelixGER, Dec 21, 2014
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    Full pricing/packaging guide & brochure attached.

    Price breakdown:

    • 2.3L EcoBoost Fastback (manual) – €34,000 (~$41,511)
    • 2.3L EcoBoost Fastback (auto) – €36,000 (~$43,953)
    • 2.3L EcoBoost Convertible (manual) – €38,000 (~$46,394)
    • 2.3L EcoBoost Convertible (auto) – €40,000 (~$48,836)
    • 5.0L Coyote Fastback (manual) - €39,000 (~$47,615)
    • 5.0L Coyote Fastback (auto) – €41,000 (~$50,057)
    • 5.0L Coyote Convertible (manual) – €43,000 (~$52,500)
    • 5.0L Coyote Convertible (auto) – €45,000 (~$54,941)


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    Where did you get that? Im wondering if there is one in english! 39k for Gt is pretty nice!
     
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    Seriously? 39000 Euros is a good starting price?? That's 47695 USD. I couldn't read all the options and whatnot, but that's the price of a fully loaded GT here. Seems like a very high starting point.
     
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    ok
    we learn, the premium pack contains Chrome dlo surroundings like the 50th anni ed in the us
    the premium pack also contains silver wheels (base gt has black ones)
    so i gotta have the premium pack
    2 year warranty is a BAD JOKE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    only with 4 year lease pack you get 4 year warranty... wtf?


    anyway
    THX @ FelixGER
     
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    @Christopher_R: 41500 € is it maxed out.

    We don´t seem to get the gauges, BUT we get the PP wheels in SILVER when we choose the Premium Pack. That´s awesome!

    @ Mc lane: You don´t need to get the premium pack if you want the silver wheels. They are an extra stand alone option, too.
     
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    thx
    i know
    but since i saw the 50th anni ed for the first time i HAD to HAVE the Chrome dlo surroundings.
    so that is one good reason for the premium pack. another reason is the sat nav. that is a MUST, too...

    i wonder if there are any premium pack euro-spec cars already somewhere out there
    this probably is a Job for TOP NOTCH to post the first pics of such a car

    i will be optically pretty Close to the 50th anni ed in the us:thumbsup:

    cannot wait to see a pic of a sea of euro spec cars in the flat rock Holding lot.... or in Bremerhaven, when those cars have landed in the old world
    there is no better place to compare the effect the colour has on the optical appearence of a car...

    so: PLEASE: POST :coolphotos:, PLEASE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!:D
     
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    Keep in mind that Europeans are only getting high-content cars with most options, and that those prices include VAT.
     
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    Cars are always more expensive in Europe. Even BMWs cost more in Germany than they do here. 39k Euro seems pretty damn cheap.
     
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    That's not a bad price at all. I wonder if there will be a mark-up on UK spec cars for being RHD...
     
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    If we mirrored these prices in the UK (which we won't as cars are always more expensive here) then the pricing in GBP would be as follows:

    EB Manual £26.6k
    GT Manual £30.5k

    Auto +£1.6k
    Convertible +£3.1k

    This is VERY promising - and seems to support the initial UK price guidance of £30k EB and £34k GT.
     
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    That's what I calculated as well but after the reports of prices being closer to 40k for the GT, it made me wonder if there will be a massive mark up here. I can understand a small mark up for the cars being made in RHD but anything more would be very unwelcomed.
     
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    I hope there won't be a substantial mark-up with RHD as the excuse - there is plenty of demand for RHD globally - so if they want to spread the additional costs of RHD assembly then it shouldn't come to much on a per-vehicle basis!

    See here for an example of the level of demand:
    http://www.news.com.au/technology/innovation/ford-mustang-order-books-open-a-year-before-sale-date/story-fnjwucvh-1227157023368
     
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    Wow, and I thought we Canadians were getting priced gouged! €36,000 for Ecoboost Automatic bare bones.

    Just to compare.
    All Prices converted to USD. (MSRP)

    Person in US can purchase the
    Ecoboost Auto for $26,365
    GT Auto for $33,295

    Person in Canada can purchase the
    Ecoboost Auto for $29,499
    GT Auto for $38,499


    Person in Europe can purchase the
    Ecoboost Auto for $44,066
    GT Auto for $50,183
     
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    Ill keep my usa base gt at 33,900 out the door
     
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    At least gas prices are down due to the oil price crash...

    Only 5 €/gallon (6.1 $/gallon) :headbang:
     
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