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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 10-25-2013 Thread Starter
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X Plan Pricing question.

I work for Pepsi, and they offer the x plan pricing on mustangs. The question I had was concerning whether or not I should opt for a base V6 (18,999) or a base GT (28,999, I believe) my payments for the GT would be about 480 and the V6 would be about 350. I want to go forced induction at some point too. Personal opinion on which you've chosen, and why. Thank y'all.

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I got a Brembo + 3.55 '14 GT for less than that price. I would keep shopping.

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Yeah, often x-plan pricing can be beat but you have to be willing to work at it.

As to which you should buy, I've had both cars, and both are great but for different reasons.

If you can afford it then do the GT, but get one with the Track Pack or at least the Brembo package and 3.73's and RECARO'S.

You really won't need any supercharger, they are really fast all stock.

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You're in Texas. You can do so much better than X. X Plan is going to be a couple hundred bucks above invoice. It's not hard to find new Mustangs in your area for $1000 or more under invoice.

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Be careful

We bought a 2007 Lincoln MKZ with X-plan. 1st issue was the dealer had to locate the car. When they take one from another dealer, you have to add the full holdback cost to the original dealer. That added almost $700 onto the x-plan pricing.
The only thing I liked about x-plan was the documentation fees were limiter to $75 iI think.
Price the car w/o x-plan. You'll probably be better off with a direct purchase unless the dealer has a $500-$1k admin/doc fee.
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Texas doesn't have big doc fees. I think the max they can charge is $150. The dealer I bought mine from near Dallas charged $125. There is absolutely no reason to use X Plan there. Check out Mac Haik in Desoto and email Zack Wolverton. Tell him Keith from Florida recommended him. I don't get anything out of it, but he treated me right.

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