2019 mustang gt base

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  1. Jayy24

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    Need help with getting a 2019 mustang gt base model in Los Angeles. I’ve been talking to 3 ford dealers and only one of them has a base gt around $34,500. They say they can’t go lower and they are already at invoice price. I don’t qualify for the zero percent but I feel that the price might be a little too high. Out the door it’s around $38k to $39k. Should I take the deal? Anyone know of a good dealer willing to negotiate. It seems like the ones out here don’t want to go any lower even though the 2020’s are already hitting the lots.
    This is the link to the car I was looking at:
    https://www.mccoymillsford.com/new-Anaheim+-2019-Ford-Mustang-GT-1FA6P8CF0K5202515
     
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    #2 W.O.T. Stang, Dec 24, 2019
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    I paid a bit over $35k for a pp1 ‘19GT with every option but magnaride. I’d say your options are a bit steep myself. But I didn’t do a lot of shopping around either. I assume it all comes down to location.
     
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    That’s got to be an area thing... here in Virginia you can get a base GT out the door for the mid to upper 20’s, a premium for the mid 30’s.
     
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    I would suggest moving your search outside of the greater LA area. California a big state. I'm sure you can find one for far less than the one you posted. You can, of course, consider an out of state purchase but I believe there are additional CA fee costs involved in this.
     
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    The price the OP posted is pretty good considering his location. I too am located in CA and looking to purchase a Base GT.
    I know I could save at least $5K buying a few states away but as soon as I try to register it here, CA will rape me for thier share of taxes.
     
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    Bought mine in [email protected] and it was around 550 miles each way to get there and back. Would do it again tomorrow, I don't have the exact amount but paid around $33,500 for a 2018 Mustang GT PP with 13 miles on it after my test drive.
     
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    Check AZ and Nevada
     
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    I bought mine for 32 + taxes and stuff.
     
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    How I paid 50k for a gt premium with active valve pp1 auto with digital dash
     
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    Where I lived upon purchase generally you only see 3-5 mustangs on the lots. There was only one GT, which is what I grabbed.
    Not really the big sellers. Gives wiggle room. I purchased when 19 was the current MY. If I had been shopping for a truck or SUV, I'd have been screwed for haggling.

    Finding a leftover in a less "sport" oriented location should help. Save a few grand anyway.

    Not sure how California works on the interstate purchase. But these aren't big sellers everywhere.


    Then again I traded in and paid cash. I was able to deal in the take it or leave it mentality. I figure financing hurts that
     
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