2015 Mustang Euro/German official price & packaging list!

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  1. mc lane

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    here some answers
    we get no extra gauges because they are just for Show (like the v8 Hood vents (heat extractors)... we do not get them here in europe and still the euro-spec cars have the more capable cooling System (so: Hood vents as gauges (especially vacuum gauge) are only Show, no go!)
    taillights: please read my post number 106 in this thread
    http://mustang6g.com/forums/showthread.php?t=10137&page=6&highlight=paris

    and follow the links to all the material pfcz has posted
     
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    Anyone knows why we dont get the 20" wheels as an option?
     
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    I guess it's because we get the performance package by default and you can only get the 20" with the non PP car in the US.
     
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    #24 Papaya, Dec 23, 2014
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    European PREMIUM Mustangs!

    For all of you the information I got and hope it is not wrong.
    Ford is selling only PREMIUM models to EUROPE and no base models at all. (Don't get confused with the prices here. For example: The rain sensors are already included in European Mustangs!) The 39,000 Euro are for a GT Premium model. Comparing this to the Canadian prices and the Euro by 1.25 USD / 1.4 CAD, that would be 54,600 CAD. German prices have the tax already included in the sales price. That should be 19% in Germany if I am right, what shows a 44,200 CAD price for the GT Premium. (2,000 CAD less than in Alberta FYI)

    So everyone can now start calculating from this prices:
    GT Premium: 32,773 Euro plus 19% tax = 39,000 Euro
    2.3 EcoBoost Premium: 28,571 Euro plus 19% tax= 34,000 Euro

    For Italy you only have to add 22% tax for an example to get your sales price.

    It looks like that Europe doesn't have a lot upgrades because the models are already PREMIUM+.
    There is a so called PREMIUM package for additional 2,500 Euro (2,100 Euro + 400 Euro) what includes the NAVIGATION MyTouch, 12 speaker sound system and the premium leather package. As usual in Europe the metallic paint is an extra 600 Euro (504 Euro + 86 Euro). Automatic 2,000 Euro (1,680 Euro + 320 Euro). All prices posted in the list include 19% tax already.

    I hope this explains a little bit the European prices so far.:ford:
     
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    Dont know if im wrong but 31490 plus 19%tax is not equal to 39000. It is 37473 €
     
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    I'm gutted.

    In my country the EcoBoost Automatic will have an additional 10.000 euro CO2 tax because it emits 212 grams instead of 190 (for the manual).

    This means my EcoBoost will cost 65.000 euro (US$ 79.000)

    And no adaptive cruise control or lane departure options available either.

    Crap.
     
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    usually the netprice is very much lower in the netherlands than in Germany (that is the reason why a reimported vw golf (vw golf built in Germany for the netherlands, shipped to the netherlands and then shipped back from the netherlands to Germany (reimported)) is costs less than a vw golf built for Germany...
    ask your dealer... he should have the lists

    the lists and brochures we are referring to in this thread had been posted by a german dealer in a german Forum (motor-talk)
     
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    Agree. These numbers are wrong. You cannot take 19 per cent of the final number to calculate the pre tax number - instead you should divide the total amount (including tax) by 1 plus the tax. In this case 1.19.

    39 / 1.19 = 32.77
     
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    Is this for all European vehicles? I was looking forward to those features.
     
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    Sorry if I made a mistake. I have to check it later on. I took 19% of the 39,000 for example. I check it when I have time. :hail:
     
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    well
    you have to add 19% to the lower number (i.e. net-price without taxes)
    not to deduct 19% from the Price including vat :D
     
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    Wow you guys pay way too much for cars out there. Multiples higher than US prices even with tax factored in.
     
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    Way too expensive! 45.000€ Starting price for convertible with automatic! I'd rather take an used Audi s5 for that money!
     
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    I've been plowing through the German spec list with a fine toothed comb and came up with this list of specifications that are not mentioned anywhere and therefore might or might not be available:

    - Active grille shutter system (EcoBoost)
    - Active noise cancellation (EcoBoost)
    - Adaptive cruise control
    - Ambient lighting
    - BLIS
    - Cabin air filter
    - Driver footrest
    - Garage door opener
    - Illuminated sill plates
    - Memory driver seat and mirrors
    - My Color
    - Premium door trim
    - Remote start (with auto transmission)
    - Selectable drive modes
    - Spoiler delete
    - Track apps
    - Wiper activated headlights

    Especially not offering Adaptive Cruise is a huge miss in my opinion.
     
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    @Ericc B: thanks, you save me a lot of time :)
    I was just thinking this morning of adaptive cruise control, garage door opener and customizable ambient lighting..
     
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    The thing is, some of these may be in the car but not necessarily in the spec list. Active grille shutter system for example is a feature of the car so there's no point putting it down as an 'option' regardless if it is standard or not.

    But yes it does seem strange that there's no mention of stuff like ACC.
     
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    well
    there is a bunch of questions unanswered
    no word on seat colours so far
    no word on warranty-extensions so far
    many differences between the us-spec car and the euro-spec car are not mentioned in the lists: gt v8 Hood vents delete, clear lense tail lights, bigger engine oil cooler for europe
    i guess many changes will not be named, because the typical buyer does not care, does not even know...
    what seems to be more of a prob is the number of Dealers: so few that for many parts of the Country you have distances of up the 100 miles (i.e. 160 km) to the next dealer
     
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    Frankly speaking, it piss me off that we are not offered the dash central gauges and that the only dash surface availabe (at least apparently) is the aluminum trimmed panel with the three central air-vents.

    I made some quick numbers. If base price of an EB manual unit at Germany is 34.000 (including 19% VAT), at Spain, we have to take ito account 21% VAT and 14,75 % of plate number tax .

    That makes grossly about € 37.500 in Spain

    Options: the difference should not be more than about 100 € over the German prices. I figure out that metallic painting will be around €800 and luster nickel alloys and partking sensors, €450 each one (I would disregard the European premium package, which i foresee will be about € 2,800 here).

    Conclusion: with two minor options (parking sensors, grey alloys and metallic painting), the EB pony will reach around € 39,000. The GT will be around € 45.000.

    Too expensive for this market, traditionally biased to German OEM's. Indeed, it is a real trend here that anyone spending around or above €40K on a ride, will get over a BMW 4 Series or Audi A5 instead, regardless of the differences in powerplant and being more prone to get Audis or BMW's by reason of the well grounded and widely recognized premium status of the German automakers (which is somehow confused or mingled with the suppossed premium status of the buyer/driver as a person...)

    Under the Pyrennes, it is not the same to tell in the course of conversation "I drive an Audi" than "I drive (just) a Ford". Spain is as dumb as this... yuk!

    Hence, I am afraid that sales here will be really dissapointing.
     
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    I did correct the before tax prices today. I did not go for the "pennies". But id should be OK now. Sorry for my earlier mistake guys! :D
     
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