Re: Considering an 0'5 Mustang, but...
On Thu, 21 Apr 2005 22:22:35 -0600, ".boB"
>> I had some questions i was wondering if you guys could answer for me.
>> I tried to look through a lot of recent posts, but couldn't really find
>> many answers, so if any of these are repeats, don't hesitate to let me
>> know...i can do further research.
>> I live in Chicago so i get snow here. Any idea if this car handles
>> poorly in snow?
> It has traction control, and a stick is a lot
>easier in the snow than an auto. As long as you're a
>good driver and have good tires, it shouldn't be a problem.
>> Anyone know the approximate price difference between a V6 and a V8?
>> How about performance, is there a HUGE difference, or should i only
>> consider a V8 if i want to go drag racing?
> There's not a whole lot of differance in power
>levels, surprisingly enough. But take a close look at
>what you get with the V* - things like 4 wheel ABS,
>sway bars, etc. The GT is a much better car, IMO.
a 90 hp difference isn't much?
>> I will be able to get the "Friends & neighbors" discount, any idea
>> approximately how much one of these would cost with that? I mean i saw
>> "Base Price" in Consumer Reports said $19k, but everything i've read on
>> here makes it seem like $25k is more standard. So with a discount off
>> of one of those prices, anyone know how much?
> It will vary greatly from dealer to dealer.
>Depends on how hot the market is.
>> Being in the city, would it be a bad idea to get a stick shift?
> Not to me. Stick is the only way to go.
>> Do you guys know if it would even be possible to get 0% APR financing
>> from anywhere? I mean have you seen dealers that have done this, or
>> have you most dealers at 4% or something?
> The 0% financing deals are disappearing fast.