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Good Deal????

I'm thinking this is a pretty good deal but I'd like other's opinion.

New 2016 GT Premium with Performance pack, manual, equip group 400a, nav, oxford white with black leather interior - $35k +tax, title, delivery

I'm thinking this is even better than the Ford x-plan pricing??

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Welcome to the site! I haven't priced out the new ones so I'm not really sure about the price but I am certain you won't be disappointed once you're behind the wheel.


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I'm thinking this is a pretty good deal but I'd like other's opinion.

New 2016 GT Premium with Performance pack, manual, equip group 400a, nav, oxford white with black leather interior - $35k +tax, title, delivery

I'm thinking this is even better than the Ford x-plan pricing??


What was the MSRP on this car?
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Granted this is to TX but looks like you would be getting a good deal... (same options)
Was that their first offer? (makes me wonder)
  • $37,695 Base MSRPS1
  • $795 Total of OptionsS4
  • $900 Destination ChargesS17
  • $39,390 Total MSRPS16
  • -$0 Available IncentivesS3
$39,390

Oxford White 2015 Premium GT with 50-Year Pkg | 3.55 Gears | Roush CAI (105mm Velocity tube) | Stainless Works Headers (Jet-Hot ceramic coated), high flow cats, H-Pipe CatBack full 3" with 4" tips| BAMA V2 93 Octane Tune | Baer EradiSpeed-Plus 2-Piece Rotors | JLT 3.0 Oil Separators | FRPP M-20201-M STB | Silver PP Wheels 19x9, 19x9.5 | NITTO G2 255-40-19, 275-40-19 Tires | J&M Jacking Rails & Subframe Alignment Kit | Steeda Subframe Connectors & Bushing Supports | BMR Front Subframe Brace | Cervinis 1232 Functional Ram Air hood | Ford Performance door sills | White Madness Garage Chrome Shifter | Diode Dynamics interior LED conversion stage 1 & XP80 reverse light | 3M Dark Ceramic Tint (25% sides/20% rear) | Lloyds "50 Years" floor and trunk mats...

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I'm thinking this is a pretty good deal but I'd like other's opinion.

New 2016 GT Premium with Performance pack, manual, equip group 400a, nav, oxford white with black leather interior - $35k +tax, title, delivery

I'm thinking this is even better than the Ford x-plan pricing??

If I recall correctly that is a fair deal. I believe that is right around what I worked up on a 2015 that I came within seconds of buying a couple months ago right before 2016's hit the lots.

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What was the MSRP on this car?
The MSRP was $40,880
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Granted this is to TX but looks like you would be getting a good deal... (same options)
Was that their first offer? (makes me wonder)
  • $37,695 Base MSRPS1
  • $795 Total of OptionsS4
  • $900 Destination ChargesS17
  • $39,390 Total MSRPS16
  • -$0 Available IncentivesS3
$39,390
$36,507 was their initial offer
$36,395 Base MSRP
$3,585 Options
$900 Destination
$40,880 Total MSRP
-$500 Available Incentives
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The MSRP was $40,880

That's a smoking deal. How did you do that? That is like 11%-12% below MSRP so looks to be 4% plus below dealer cost. There must be more to this story....just curious. Any incentives?
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I'm still not sure how it happened. I live in Ohio and the car was in Baltimore. I wouldn't allow the dealership to get me on the phone until I had a written offer of $35k. I told them I would fly in and buy the car but only if they got to $35. It took several e-mails back and forth with the sales manager but they finally got there. I flew to Baltimore 2 days later and drove the car back. When I got there the sales rep even commented on how shocked he was that they allowed the deal to go through at that price. I bought the car on December 28th and was told by the sales rep that they were on track for a record year (dollars and units) so he thought they just wanted the sale. Plus, the car was in Baltimore and it was winter so they felt it would be difficult to move it this time of year. The only incentive was the $500 from Ford.

At any rate, I'm extremely happy with the purchase. The car is in storage for the winter since it isn't my daily driver. Spring can't come soon enough!
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