Update: 2019 Bullitt Mustang Order Banks Open, 480 Horsepower, Starts at $46,595 MSRP

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  1. Steve68Cougar

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    I apologize for the poor picture, but:

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    The only mention of Bullitt was the actual "Bullitt package" option, which was $3,310. One other interesting thing is most of the time the color is called "Dark Highland Green" and on the window sticker it just says "Highland Green Clearcoat".
     
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    Only $3,310.00 for the Bullitt package. Not bad.
     
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    Dude....that was 10yrs ago.....make it $15 G's now!!!:D
     
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    Yeah, plus at the end of 2008 there were rebates of $4500 in my area. Take off $1200 with the X-plan at the 2008 Bullitt was $26K plus tax.
     
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    Actually both Bullitt packages (01 and 08/09) were about the same cost even though they were 7 years apart. 2001 was $3600 more than a standard GT and the 08 as shown above was only $3300 so the package actually was less on 08 cars.

    If history is any indication it should be a 3-5K package before adding the available options MagneRide, Electronics Pack, Recaros.
     
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    In that Bullitt package remember was the GT500 axle, different springs and shocks, different wheels, Bullitt emblems. Different grille, different tune. CAI. Grey calipers with different pads, too. Different exhaust. So, if the 2019 Bullitt has the PP 1 standard and a different tune, intake, etc. It may be on the order of 6-8K, but will include stuff most everyone would order anyhow. Just a guess.
     
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    So that would put you to about 56-57K (assuming 5K for the
    bullitt package)with magnaride (no recaros and no electronics)? wow almost same price as gt350? I really like this car, hopefully with this pricing, your can get discounts from msrp. how was it during the 2008 bullitt? did they offer discounts or had adm instead?
     
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    The current base price for an '18 GT Premium is listed as $39,190 (which may go up a bit for '19). If the Bullitt package ends up in the $5k range then you're looking at around $45,000 for a no-option car. The price will go up accordingly for adding options. The X-plan site shows a base of $37,199, so if you can do that then there's a few thousand difference (plus the options won't cost as much).

    As far as the '08 prices, quite a few of early purchasers ended up paying ADM's. I got mine as a leftover in '09 and was able to get a $5500 factory incentive. My dealer (who located the car and did a transfer) would have honored the X-plan price if I would have had access to it. Instead they did the Sam's Club pricing, which was just a little more. My car listed for a little over $31k and I was out the door for less than $25k. I would be highly surprised if Ford would do a $5500 incentive again.
     
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    order guide attached...has bullitt info
     

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    Steve68Cougar your good 4-5k too low in pricing. Your trying to compare apples to grapes.

    Ignoring the unique Bullitt aspects such as the engine mods...it starts out as a Prem PP1 GT. Add on the known standard GT options and the car is at $46k PLUS the add on for the Bullitt features.

    Thus one with no options will be:

    $48,995 or
    $49,995 (my bet).
     
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    I am still at $47K, partly because of the economies of scale. I think the most costly content is going to be 1) engine tuning and adaptation of new manifold and open air intake, 2) wheels, and 3) select cosmetic bits (front grilles, deck lid panel, chrome accent on front).

    The rest of this gets made up in the options, especially because they are similar packaged to the GT options.
     
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    #57 Mustang1260, Mar 26, 2018
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    Winner buys beers at a future meet. :cheers:

    EDIT: if the pricing being discussed below: $47,495 for a no option base holds then TONY wins!!!
     
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    New to joining the group as I look to order a 19 Bullitt.

    Here are the MSRP prices for the 19 Bullitt I received today:

    Base MSRP: $47,495
    Electronics Package: $ 2,100
    Magneride: $ 1,695
    Recaro Seats: $ 1,595
    Custom Car Cover: $ 375

    Thanks
     
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    My estimate was based on his $5000 in addition to the GT Premium price, which is less than where I would have guessed it (I was thinking in the $48k range).

    If the ^^^ post is correct, then it looks like it's a little less expensive than I had imagined it would be. I'm fine with that!
     
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    vwlfan, are those prices "official"?

    Thanks!
     
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