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hey guys, still in between getting a new 2020 mustang or waiting for a mach 1. Local dealer found this one, which has everything i wanted except for the digital dash (which if i want badly enough i could put in myself later). This is the price the currently have for it. Grabber lime, manual, magnaride, active exhaust, performance package 1 with leather (400A package). Thoughts? I feel like i should be able to get it for less than 46k for sure. But im not positive. Car will instantly have an odin kit put on it as well from my older car.

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Can you get get x plan pricing? I think that would be roughly what you have now and then the $2k ford rebate comes off that.
 

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That’s not a great price.

when I bought my Mustang, MSRP was 46k, and I paid 39 (disclaimer, I had a PCO for $1250). You should shoot for 10-15% off before ttl with rebates.
 

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That’s not a great price.

when I bought my Mustang, MSRP was 46k, and I paid 39 (disclaimer, I had a PCO for $1250). You should shoot for 10-15% off before ttl with rebates.
One thing working against the OP could be lack of inventory. Still I would be looking for more of a discount.
 
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One thing working against the OP could be lack of inventory. Still I would be looking for more of a discount.
I dont mind waiting for more inventory or for the mach 1 to come out. Just considering if i find a good deal ill go for it.
 

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That is one thing to look for, I flew across the country and saved another 7k on my car than local. Drove it back, spent 800 total to save 6200. was a good time. I actually did same thing you did, came here asking for prices/help me find a car. and low behold, someone found me one, I called, and bought over the phone Lol was brand new car though.
 

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Right on the money Shogun32; I too live in a state...not to far from yours OP...that as Kong76 said, "charges a premium for mustangs." Thus, I purchased mine out of state...at Koons Sterling Ford in Sterling, VA...the same dealership that Shogun 32 posted a web URL from. Long story short. the MSRP on my car (a premium 20EB HPP) was a little more than $43K; after taxes, tag/title and "stealership" fees, I paid just over $38K. The best offer a local dealership quoted me was at/about $3500 more. Oh...and did I mention that my car was a FACTORY ORDER from Koons? Yep...I ordered exactly what I wanted...AND saved at/about $3500 over the least expensive local "stealership." Email and/or call Koons; buying a car in "Commiefornia" is a no win situation for consumers; the dealerships don't negotiate and they act as if it is a favor to sell a car to consumers at MSRP. OP (Adam), save yourself thousands of dollars and take your business OUT OF STATE.
 

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The mach 1 is different than the pp1 in more ways than vinyl..
not in a way that matters a damn unless the car spends a lot of time at a road-course. But the swipe was in the context of the post I responded to.
 
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Right on the money Shogun32; I too live in a state...not to far from yours OP...that as Kong76 said, "charges a premium for mustangs." Thus, I purchased mine out of state...at Koons Sterling Ford in Sterling, VA...the same dealership that Shogun 32 posted a web URL from. Long story short. the MSRP on my car (a premium 20EB HPP) was a little more than $43K; after taxes, tag/title and "stealership" fees, I paid just over $38K. The best offer a local dealership quoted me was at/about $3500 more. Oh...and did I mention that my car was a FACTORY ORDER from Koons? Yep...I ordered exactly what I wanted...AND saved at/about $3500 over the least expensive local "stealership." Email and/or call Koons; buying a car in "Commiefornia" is a no win situation for consumers; the dealerships don't negotiate and they act as if it is a favor to sell a car to consumers at MSRP. OP (Adam), save yourself thousands of dollars and take your business OUT OF STATE.
Fair enough. Ill be leaving california to a new base soon anyways, ill just keep my 2018 for now and save up for something at a good price later.
 
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not in a way that matters a damn unless the car spends a lot of time at a road-course. But the swipe was in the context of the post I responded to.
I guess thats fair. But that can kind of be said about other cars too. Just everything ive seen make the mach 1 seem like a great car to add boost to. Especially if you are manual now it doesnt have the mt82.

I have a soft spot for mach 1 because my dad had one in the past. But i can definitely agree that it mostly comes down to if you can justify the extra price for some differences you may not ever really see as a DD.
 

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