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2015 Mustang Pricing

I wanted to make a post about what you guys think the new stangs will cost? CJ's website had a really good article and also mentioned that the V6 will start around $23k.

http://blog.cjponyparts.com/2013/11/2015-mustang-revealed/

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"There's no official word on the Mustang price yet, but expect the four-cylinder EcoBoost model to start from around £30,000, with the V8 model costing £5,000 more.

Read more: http://www.autoexpress.co.uk/ford/mustang/84726/ford-mustang-2015-uk-revealed#ixzz2mbpxHLcI"
I just read that and it kinda made me do a double take. That's roughly $49k-$57k. Now of course that has to be numbers based on only thin air, and they're probably adding import cost and tariffs and so on. I'm not sure if those taxes come out to a $20k difference but I would guess that if the new V6 is ~$23,000 I would guess that the new GT is ~$34,000 like the 2014 premium's and I guess the ecoboost will be in the middle somewhere.

So anyways, what do you guys think?
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Does anyone worry the aluminum fenders will corrode like the aluminum hoods do?
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It's not really all that shocking if the base price is increased....you guys know the cost of everything is going up these days. As long as a GT isn't at a starting price of something outrageous, I'll be considering a trade for my '11 when the time comes.

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Don't know about corrosion, but you had better not lean on them too hard.

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I wanted to make a post about what you guys think the new stangs will cost? CJ's website had a really good article and also mentioned that the V6 will start around $23k.

http://blog.cjponyparts.com/2013/11/2015-mustang-revealed/



I just read that and it kinda made me do a double take. That's roughly $49k-$57k. Now of course that has to be numbers based on only thin air, and they're probably adding import cost and tariffs and so on. I'm not sure if those taxes come out to a $20k difference but I would guess that if the new V6 is ~$23,000 I would guess that the new GT is ~$34,000 like the 2014 premium's and I guess the ecoboost will be in the middle somewhere.

So anyways, what do you guys think?
You can completely ignore the prices on cars in Europe as a comparison to prices here. Everything there is WAY more expensive. Just as a comparison for some base models, with no options, of what they start at in the U.K. vs. here (at current exchange rates of $1.63 to the pound)...

Camaro SS:
US: $34,050
UK: $57,186

Focus:
US: $16,310
UK: $26,633

Honda Accord:
US: $21,680
UK: $36,150

A loaded Focus ST costs $44,000. So whatever the price is in the U.K., you can totally ignore that as it respects the pricing in the U.S.

My guess is that the starting price for the V6 will remain the same, $22K or so; the 2.3 will start at about $27K, and the 5.0 will start at about $33K. Imagine a well-optioned GT Premium will go for about $42K

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^^^

Exactly. Cars in the UK cost a lot more than they do here. You could almost just change the $ with £ and be close.
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Exactly. Cars in the UK cost a lot more than they do here. You could almost just change the $ with £ and be close.
Our domestics cost a lot more in the UK than here. Import taxes are a b****!

The £ is worth almost double the almighty $.

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Cars in general cost more in the UK. Not just imports. All cars have to compete together. I understand SP are worth more but that's what I mean. $30k will get you roughly the same car here as £30k would there. It's not just an exchange rate plus taxes thing. Cars are much more expensive in Australia than here as well even though $1.00 US = $1.10 AUD.
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My guess is that the starting price for the V6 will remain the same, $22K or so; the 2.3 will start at about $27K, and the 5.0 will start at about $33K. Imagine a well-optioned GT Premium will go for about $42K
I think you are about right. There will surely be a little price bump over 2014, but Ford has to compete with Chevy and Dodge/SRT, so they can't just go nuts.

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Its been rumoured the european pricetag for the upcoming 2015s will be around 60k. Import tax is what raises the price that high...ridiculous if you ask me.
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Its been rumoured the european pricetag for the upcoming 2015s will be around 60k. Import tax is what raises the price that high...ridiculous if you ask me.
Same reason Euro cars are so expensive here. Oh well, sucks to be them.

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