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post #13 of (permalink) Old 06-26-2014
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Originally Posted by RocketGuy3 View Post
For the record, other cars I'm considering are mostly in the luxury sedan realm. I'm interested in a 3.6-L ATS, but I'm not real impressed with the styling. Considering waiting for the ATS-V. I love the Stang, but the only thing it has going against it is that I want a Corvette Stingray within a year or two, and if I have a Mustang already, there is a lot of overlap there. Both are RWD sports cars that don't offer a whole lot of comfort, luxury, or a usable backseat (if any at all). So if you have any input there, I'd appreciate that, too. My timeline for making this decision isn't ideal.
This is the part that got my attention. If you are looking at luxury cars and previously owned a luxury car, a '14 mustang will be VERY different. I don't care what anyone on here says, the '14 mustang is a very crude driving implement compared with anything that could even remotely be considered luxury. You don't think about this when you're looking at words or numbers, but when you're driving it every day, you start to realize that the great price you got your '14 for was not worth what you have to give up.

I also completely disagree about your statement about the C7. It is a completely different animal than an s197 (current mustang chassis). It offers better stock performance and will also be more luxurious than a s197 mustang. It won't ride like your lexus of course. but it will ride much better than the mustang. Given the choice, 10 times out of 10 I would take the C7 over my '12 mustang GT.

If you are looking at luxury cars and a C7, you likely aren't scraping together to buy a new mustang. Frankly, if you just HAVE to own a mustang, wait for the '15 car because the suspension should be a bit more comfortable than the current car and it should still offer excellent performance. I didn't already have a '12 mustang, there's no doubt that I'd wait for a '15+ Mustang despite vastly preferring the styling of my '12 mustang.

The issue becomes the amount of time you're willing to wait. You could order a '15 mustang right now, but you will have a wait a while for it. And what if you don't like it when it arrives? If you have like 6 months to wait, then the '15 mustang is probably worth waiting for. If you need a car in the next month or two, you're better off with another car, IMO.
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