What is the average price to pay for a 2015 Mustang?

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Asked by Dec 30, 2016 at 08:53 AM about the 2015 Ford Mustang GT

Question type: Shopping & Pricing

I'm looking into buying a new car in the up and coming weeks. I was looking at
either a camaro or mustang 2014, 2015 models. I read some reviews and it
said camaro muscle underachieved. Mustang reviews seem good. My
question is what is a good price to pay when buying used, (40,000 -
60,000mi). Also do you think camaro or Mustang?

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299,585

IMO, Mustang. Look online at the guides and what other dealers are selling them for. A used 2015 GT Mustang is trending around $25K

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122,835

Im a chevy guy, but in my opinion they screwed up the car, I do like the Mustang and they kept the lines and power of years gone by with this car and depending on where you live 18,000.00 to 25,000.00

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66,605

I am a Ford guy and have always hated the Camaro due to it's cheap ugly interior. The outside is fine , but the interior is awful. Just my opinion of course. The Mustang with the 5.0 engine is fantastic, but not sure if you are thinking V-8 or 6 cylinder. I would without hesitation go with the Mustang. Prices may vary quite a bit. I like to use carmax.com as a reference point cause the prices they post on the website are the prices these vehicles are actually bringing. Sometimes these prices are really great when compared to KBB.com and sometimes not.

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66,605

Why am I driving a Dodge?

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122,835

LOL

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Thanks to all. I was thinking to go with the mustang my wife like the way the camaro look. But im looking at cost and expense in the long run. I will check carmax as well for the best deal. I know dealers will get in your pocket. I think i will go with the mustang. oh yeah v8 is what im looking for (5.0).

66,605

Its the 5.0 for the win! If and when you buy it be very careful. 400+ HP is super quick and can get you in a jam in a hurry.

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