2015 Mustang Euro/German official price & packaging list!

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  1. gojensen

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    Just as cold as Norway I hear (and a lot of 'french') plus I have friends state side :)
     
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    Over 40k€ the Ecoboost? impossible, all buyers would go to Germany :D

    You can buy a Focus ST around 27k€, the new model price down soon.
     
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    Hello to everyone! Mike from Italy's here!
    Well, just a couple of infos I'd like to share...
    The German pricing doesn't seems so bad, I made a couple of pricing simulation with importers...
    We have to consider both ecoboost and v8 European models as Premium US versions and maybe, and I'm saying maybe, performance package as well...
    In any case, I watched Autotrader USA and Ford US for some pricing on those models and as I can see we can say that the premium Ecoboost comes something like 34000$ and premium V8 38000, right? more or less!
    Well, I have an importer costs simulator with all costs for Italy including shipping, VAT, TUV certification, duties etc...everything we HAVE to pay for an imported car.
    Ok, you know what? considering only taxes and indispensable costs the imported cars are more expensive than official ones, here an example (please consider some approximations, any help is wellcome!!!!):

    -US Mustang V8 premium pricing (average from Autotrader): 36000$
    -$\Eu exchange: 29500Eu
    -duty 10%
    -VAT (on dutyed total) 22%
    -total with taxes (considering VAT on shipping costs): 29500 + 10500
    TOTAL: 40000Eu
    -Shipping: 2000Eu
    -TUV certificate: 2000eu
    -Italian certifications (modifications and plates) 1500.
    TOTAL (optimistic): 45500Eu.

    Considering an Ecoboost Premium model we have a total of 42000eu...
    The only "big" deal in imported models is taking a BASE V6 'stang, 23000$ in US, 31000Eu in Italy.

    After that we have to consider that here in Italy we have to pay 4000, YES, 4000Eu EVERY YEAR for 450Hp V8 Stang and 1500Eu EVERY YEAR for 310Hp ecoboost and V6 models for luxury/emissions taxes...well, in our country is more expensive the taxes than the car pricing....

    Hope to help you all europeans friends!
     
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    @mike delo
    there are already some companies offering the 2015 Mustang (us Version) here
    http://www.joemannmotors.eu/fahrzeuge/ford-2015-mustang-fastback-gt-premium-automatik-5-0-2/
    now just take the pricelist and you can compare it.
    their Advantage: the can offer you the car NOW. you just have to get in and can drive away in it NOW.
    PLUS: RED Tri Bars instead of clear lense tail lights, 20 Inch wheels if you want to have them, red line interior(i.e. all the us goodies we will not get in europe)
     
  6. Mike Delo

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    Hi Mc Lane!
    I also was looking for some Eu importers pricing, I saw some offers on Autoscout.de and .it...
    Here in Italy seems like the V6 is available for something around 34000eu and V8 for 40-45000.
    But there're just a few offers and only on new cars, I'm waiting to see the first low mileage used cars offers.
    My intention is to take a V6 because I have not so much interest on interior options, I'm absolutely OK with the base model and because I think in the next few months I'll be able to find one for something about 20000$ or less that means it could be 28000Eu imported.
    European Ecoboost could be a good choice as well but I'm not so convinced on small turbo engines for durability, parts costs etc...I think a good and very well known and tested 3.7 V6 should be a safer choice!
     
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    I dont get why they will offer the Mustang without the front parking sensors, especially for the small european streets and parking lots :doh:
    Lack of ACC is really disappointing too.
     
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    you're absolutely right!
     
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    a few post ago there were doubts, if the posted list is for real...

    it was posted by a car dealer


    now i posted a link to a leading german car Magazine

    they are posting the same Thing, so we should start believing
     
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    Ok! Thanks for clarification! :thumbsup:

    I noticed at the end of the brochure that the release date is ??/??/2015!
    Does the magazine say something about that? (sorry, I can't speak German!).
     
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    the Problem is not, that i would no be able to park the Mustang in a small parking lot without damage...

    the Problem would be (if i ever parked it in such a small lot (i never will and never have done with my other cars)), that the car in front of mine or behind mine could be driven by someone incompetent and damage my car when leaving the lot...

    stay away from such lots!
     
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    I hope that, as mc lane said some posts ago, ACC and BLIS will be in euro mustang too.
     
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