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Hi. Haven't owned a Mustang since 1990. Looking to pick up a leftover 2018. Seems like they were hot for a couple years and now they have cooled off, with the 18s going for $3000 off window. Looking to keep something for a few years withour losing $20,000. Thoughts?
 

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Hi. Haven't owned a Mustang since 1990. Looking to pick up a leftover 2018. Seems like they were hot for a couple years and now they have cooled off, with the 18s going for $3000 off window. Looking to keep something for a few years withour losing $20,000. Thoughts?
Try to buy a later 2018, some of the early 2018's seem to have gotten 2017 engines and there were some oil consumption issues. The 2019's are really hitting the ground now just as the 2020 order banks are about to open - you can find 2019's for $2000 off MSRP with some internet work and a few phone calls. I'm happy that the 2019's share a block with the GT500 - if they can take a supercharger then normal aspiration should be a walk in the park.
 

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Thank you so much for the feedback. Imagine with some patience I can find a 2019 at a discount.
np! You can! cars.com, autotrader, and Edmunds will give you nationwide search capability. Look for those small dealers that got one Shelby on allocation and don't want to get stuck with it when all attention shifts to the 2020's...
 
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