How much of a $$$ difference is there between the two plans and MSRP? I was in a local dealership getting an oil change for my wife's van and decided to go bs with the salesman about the CobraJet on their showroom floor, during our conversation he mentions that the two GT500s on the lot are at or just below MSRP. A 2010 Vert black on black an a 2012 SVTPP fully optioned silver and red( nice car). Said the 2012 was under 56k. They've GT another 2012 on the way to them today as well.
I then asked if they do any of the x or d plans and he said "yep, our owner loves these cars and likes to sell em too". I thought DUH, who owns a dealership and doesn't like to sell their inventory. I then asked about 2013s and he says if the plans are available they'll do it. If not they'll probably do MSRP. The anticipation of waiting on the price is killin me.
The downside to going through them I they have to renew their Certification with Ford and that wont happen until March, he didn't think they could order before then.
Here's the latest Plan info for 2012's:
Trim__________________ MSRP1 X-Plan1 Incentives2 Net Plan Price3
V6__________________ $22,310 $21,983 $500 $21,483
V6 Premium___________ $26,310 $25,125 $500 $24,625
V6 Convertible_________ $27,310 $26,565 $500 $26,065
GT__________________ $29,710 $28,172 $500 $27,672
V6 Premium Convert_____ $31,310 $29,607 $500 $29,107
GT Premium ____________ $33,710 $31,758 $500 $31,258
GT Convertible___________ $34,710 $32,654 $500 $32,154
GT Premium Convert_______ $38,710 $36,240 $500 $35,740
Shelby GT500_____________ $48,810 $44,807 N/A $44,807
Shelby GT500 Convert_______ $53,810 $49,240 N/A $49,240
This is just X Plan, let me dig up the A/Z/D plan info...