2019 vs 2020 GT350R

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  1. UnhandledException

    UnhandledException Well-Known Member

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    This is a question for GT350R only. What are the changes between 2019 vs 2020?

    - Does the 2019 car have the newer engine block that carried forward from GT500?
    - Does the 2019 car have the new cartridge filters?
    - Does it have the new audio system or the old shaker?
    - CF trim?

    I see a lot of 2019 cars around. What do they go for these days? Below MSRP by how much?
     
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    The only difference I have seen documented between 19 and 20 is the steering knuckle changes from the GT500.

    - Does the 2019 car have the newer engine block that carried forward from GT500? Yes
    - Does the 2019 car have the new cartridge filters? Yes
    - Does it have the new audio system or the old shaker? Both the Technology Package offers Nav and the B&O 12 speaker stereo.
    - CF trim? Yes, optional for the dash.

    Attached window sticker from mine, low option model. I paid $5K less than this sticker.

    You can still build one here if you want to see the 2019 options and what sticker would be: https://www.ford.com/cars/mustang/2019/models/shelby-gt350r/
     

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    wow 5k below msrp for R? Times have changed since I browsed the market 3 years ago while buying my gt350.

    The only feature that I care is the improved sound system. If the 2019s have the newer sound system, thats great.
     
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