My 23 that I'm picking up Monday MSRPs for $51.2k I believe and I'm getting it for $47.?k. Still probably a lot more than the equivalent a few years ago, but the deals can still be made.Yeah, I priced out a car similar to my 2018, which I thought was pretty well optioned, and the new one is $7000-$8000 more than the MSRP that mine was. I was able to knock off an additional $5000 from that, which I think is unlikely in the current market.
Or they didn’t bother to put it on the site since the order banks are closed anyway. But the HP is listed in the 2023 Order Guide, so the dealers must be able to see it in their systems.Maybe dealers can still place the order for those? Not sure I guess I just noticed last night.
You can probably build a better system with aftermarket components for the same price. I don't use mine really, rather listen to the music that comes out of the exhaustI feel bad for all of the people who didn't know how to add the B&O System to their 23 order. I just saw a post on reddit of someone stating that the dealer said that it wasn't an option, and that they definitely had it by default. Now the car is built and it has the default 9 speaker system.
Most likely if you are doing it yourself. If you are having a shop replace 9 speakers and adding a sub it can get pricey real quick. I'm in the same boat as you, I will be more focused on the Corsa exhaust than the music lolYou can probably build a better system with aftermarket components for the same price. I don't use mine really, rather listen to the music that comes out of the exhaust
I was thinking along the same lines. I won’t be purchasing another Mustang. I’ll enjoy the one I have and when it’s gone it’s gone.Base GT has gone up about ballpark, $1k per year on average from when I bought mine in 2015.
It was a lotta car for $30k in 2015, but not sure about $38k.