2017 Mustang Eco Boost Premium 360/month

2017 Mustang Eco Boost Premium

MSRP: [$34,520]
Selling Price: [$31,048]
Rebates: [2750]
Trade-in: [$0]

Months: [36]
Annual Mileage: [10,500]

MF: [optional]
Residual: [optional]

Security Deposit: [$0]
Total Due At Signing: [$1,000]
Monthly Payment (incl. tax): [$360]

Zip Code: [90031]
Sales Tax Rate: [9%]

Edit: By all mean this is not the best deal out there. I just want to post it on there so other people can have a reference point.

You want to figure out what the residual and money factor are as they are going to have a large effect on the payment. Also, is that selling price before or after the rebate? If it’s after, they are only discounting the car by $700.

I wish MF was optional!
I’ll take 0 MF please!

Terrible. I had no issue negotiating a 2016 V6 to .8% of MSRP.

the ecoboost is in higher demand than the v6 which is an outgoing model

Also v6 has no premium

@AlanRich sorry those were from the template.

I believe its after rebate. Honestly, this may not be the greatest deal to most people on this site. I have been to several dealership and they all gave me a price range from $420 to as high as $515. As soon I found a dealership offering lower than $400 I went for it. This is my very first lease and had I budget in mind of $380/month and I got it for $360 I’m happy with it.

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be happy with it don’t worry.

for the car it’s a fine lease

If you are happy with it, that’s all that matters. Enjoy the car!

Sorry man didn’t realize you closed on it or I would have tempered the reply. Incentives are shitty right now on the Mustang. Enjoy, it’s a fun ride.

@Warbeast @Buddyleecia @anon98469396 Thanks guys. I will be keeping learning and be much more aggressive on my next lease. For now I’ll riding my pony off into the sunset. haha