This is a discussion on Prices paid on GT350R within the Mustang GT350 Purchasing forums, part of the Mustang GT350 Forum category; 18k over......
2018 Shelby Cobra GT350R
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I just purchased a new 2018 Kona Blue R for 5K over MSRP (Dealer was asking 20K over MSRP but agreed to drop to my offer). This was in Chantilly VA. It’s the lowest price I found in the Northern VA area. I originally was looking at purchasing a Bullitt, but dealers were asking 3-10K over MSRP for it, so I ended up changing my focus to the GT350’s (based on a review of comments on forums like this).
Found a dealer in the east coast that has a new 2018 GT350 "R", all white, 11 miles, in the showroom, selling at $5k under MSRP. So from $69k to $64k, plus fees, which come out to about $2500 (some destination fee of $1700 from the dock to the dealer, tags, and doc fees). So in essence, you get the R for about $2500 under MSRP. Great deal if anyone wants it, I am going to pass. PM me. I'll put you in contact with the guy that spoke to me on the phone.
UPDATE: Someone on the Mustang6G forum jumped on this and picked this beauty up today and is driving it home right now from MD to GA. He sent me a text pic of it being prepped to go and man, so nice!
Last edited by lightrules; 09-21-2018 at 10:46 PM.
Finally got a Shelby after searching all over the country. 2018 GT350R, brand new, shadow black with matte black stripes (red pinstripes). Paid under MSRP. Got a great deal. Arriving tomorrow/Friday morning!
Last edited by lightrules; 03-27-2019 at 12:02 AM.
In New York they sell for a premium. The average pricing was $20k over MSRP. The average for the GT350 was $10k over for the majority of the year. For 2019 there are only 6 GT350R’s bring allocated in the entire northeast region. You can anticipate they will be sold at a premium....That being said, many people have told me they can get the cars at discounted rates but the majority end up coming back to me and purchasing the cars at a premium rate which they are worth. Remember that dealers do not dictate the pricing or values. The consumers in the market set the standard.
Called bait and switch. Lot of car dealerships do that crap.