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I have had the same problem with my 07 mustang water starting leaking from under glove box/ SJB area since 2011. We have had major electrcal issues and my car will no longer start and have replaced two batteries in one year. My car is currently out of service and won't even turn over. What can I do to get Ford's attention in this matter , the local dealership wants us ... Read More
Excellent idea on your part. Let's get this rolling again, if we can. Would you believe that just two days ago, I took delivery. The wait was just enough over the limit to make me wonder if I will ever special order a Ford again! Am I off base to be thinking other manufacturers might be more interested in getting to such special orders?
cablue, This is Seni with Ford Customer Service. Have you checked out the incentives on the 2011 & 2012 Mustangs? Check with your dealer as sometimes you may combine local incentives with Ford public incentive programs, which can make an affordable car even more affordable. We would be happy to look up any Ford local incentives, please feel free to call the Ford Marketing Headquarters at 800-334-4375, at your convenience or ... Read More
I know it's several months later but wanted to tell you thanks very much for he info. My 2011 GT automatic had been doing everything mentioned in your post. I googled the TSB, took it in to a Ford dealer with the printout and the Svc manager was already familiar with the issue. Left the car with them for a day, they got the parts late afternoon and I had it ... Read More
I am having the same problems on my 2011 mustang V6 coupe. I noticed that if I deactivate the Traction control it seems to shift better for awhile. Also, if I drive aggressively the shifting seems tighter. I'm now getting slipping when I punch it a little from a dead stop.(not good) You mentioned a Chip to correct your problems. What chip were you referring to? Is it a tuning chip? ... Read More
Check TSB 11-11-11 for cars built before 12/20/2010. It's for the delayed engagement & also 2-3 & 4-5 upshift problems and requires replacement of 3 shift solenoids plus some other parts. It also affects some F-150s. Unfortunately, the required parts are not available anywhere in the Ford system as of mid-Dec 2011. The dealership is "referred to vendor" but nobody can tell us when the parts will be available. Yes, I ... Read More
You're welcome chuckcreig. According to the latest information that I have seen, Ford Credit's current base lease rate and residual value for a 39-month lease of a 2012 Mustang Coupe V6 with 15,000 miles per year are 2.5% and 52%, respectively for consumers who qualify for its top credit tier. The reason why the lease rates on many models are so low is that manufacturers are artificially lowering them to entice ... Read More
Bought 2011 V6 Convertible Premium from No. In. dealer in April of 2010. one of first on market,(turns out it was a demo, but that is another story) all black, beautiful car. Paid $995.00 extra for six speed trans. You would think a 75 year old would know better than buy a first year anything! Now the bad news. Let car sit in garage a couple days. Start engine shift into ... Read More
Hi Car_Man, Thanks for your help! Can you provide current money factor and residual value percentage info for a 2012 Mustang v6 premium for 39 month lease (not 36) and 15,000 miles per year? Cap cost with options at approx $29500 I see you posting Ford Credit's base lease rates around 2.25%. Can you explain how this rate is adjusted by dealers, or rather how we can use this rate to ... Read More
MY 2011 MUSTANG AUTO.TRANS. HAS A DELAY WITH THE TORQUE CONVERTER ENGAGING UPON COLD START. IF I DO NO WAIT AT LEAST 6-10 SECONDS AFTER CRANKING ENGINE THE CAR FEELS AS IF IT IS STILL IN NEUTRAL. NEITHER THE FROD DEALER NOR FORD CAN CORRECT. NOW, FORD SAYS TO WAIT 8-10 SECONDS TO SHIFT INTO GEAR AFTER CRANKING. ANYONE WITH SIMILAR PROBLEM????
The very positive reviews of the new V-6 2011 Mustang have both surprised and delighted me. My last Ford was a Sunliner with the 312-inch TB Special V-8. Does the new V-6 get a new (and hopefully improved) 6M transmission? My current 6M (out of Marysville, OH) is damn near flawless (with a GMSFM assist), but planning ahead won't hurt. all the best, ez....
Vaibhave, US Bank does lease cars, so the person you spoke to is wrong (I've leased 3 cars with them: BMW 745i and my last two Mustang GT/Brembo pkg cars - 2011 and a 2012 I just took delivery of). They don't deal direct with customers, you need to have the dealer setup the lease. I'm not sure what car you are looking at right now, but check in here to ... Read More
2011 Mustang V6 6-speed auto tranny is junk. Upshifts so soon that it gets all the way into 6th gear when the car has travelled only 1/2 a block in urban traffic. What it the tranny doing in 6th gear at 30mph? Lug, lug, lug. Stepping on the gas produces a long delay (very poor throttle response) before the tranny downshifts. Then, of course, in city traffic, the tranny is constantly ... Read More
Hi damon. Ford runs its official special lease program through its own captive finance company, Ford Credit. Any deals through US Bank would likely be treated as cash purchases for incentives purposes. If this is indeed the case, then a 2012 Mustang GT that was leased through US Bank would be eligible for $1,500 consumer cash. This cash is not available on the GT500. Car_man Host Prices Paid: Buying & Leasing ... Read More
Hey djhalptert. Ford Credit's June base lease rate and residual value for a 24 month lease of a 2012 Mustang GT Coupe Premium with 10,500 miles per year are 1.25% and 63%, respectively. The numbers for an otherwise identical 36 month lease are 3.25% and 57%. Car_man Host Prices Paid: Buying & Leasing Experiences Forum
Hello ajpbf7. Ford Credit's current base lease rate and residual value for a 24 month lease of a 2011 Mustang Coupe GT Premium with 10,500 miles per year are 1.0% and 66%, respectively. The numbers for an otherwise identical 36 month lease are 2.75% and 60%, respectively. The lease rates for otherwise identical 24 and 36 month are 1.25% and 3.25%. Car_man Host Prices Paid: Buying & Leasing Experiences Forum
Hi rdel1. Ford Credit's current base lease rate and residual value for a 36 month lease of a 2011 Mustang Coupe V6 with 15,000 miles per year are 1.0% and 60%, respectively. I doubt that you will be able to get a better deal on a lease of this car through a broker than you would be able to negotiate through a dealer and Ford Credit. Car_man Host Prices Paid: Buying ... Read More
Sounds fishy to me..... In any event I am inthe northeast and is the deal on the table: 2012 V6 premium, comfort package, 202A rapid spec (Lava Red with the lava red interior) 2500 down which covers taxes, fees, DMV & first payment 39 months 12K a year 422.00 a month with a $17,687 buyout and no fees if turned in. Includes a 1000 other manufacture lease discount and 750 coupon ... Read More
Hello ajpbf7. Ford Credit's current base lease rate and residual value for a 24 month lease of a 2011 Mustang Coupe V6 with 10,500 miles per year are 1.0% and 62%, respectively. I don't think that the addition of the Premium Package makes a difference. Car_man Host Prices Paid: Buying & Leasing Experiences Forum
Go to overstock.com, click on cars, then type in your zip code, make and model and you should get a good deal on a 2011 Mustang. 2011 2dr Coupe Premium is $29905 for Chicago area and you get 412 HP and 390 Torque, the extra $2000 obo is worth the extra 112 HP, or get the 2011 V6 with 305 HP and 280 Torque for $23605, plus tax, dest and so ... Read More
Hello infalliblesal. Ford Credit's current base lease rate and residual value for a 36 month lease of a 2011 Mustang V6 Coupe with 12,000 miles per year in its New York region are 6.5% and 56%, respectively. As you can see, Ford Credit publishes lease rates for the vehicles that it leases instead of money factors. You can convert its lease rates into approximate money factor equivalents by dividing them by ... Read More
Hi ajpbf7. The area that you are in plays a huge role, particularly on this car. Ford Credit is only providing lease support on the 2011 Mustang in a select few regions right now. Unfortunately, I don't believe that Kentucky is one of the areas where Ford is providing lease support on this model. If that is indeed the case, then you definitely don't want to lease one because Ford's standard ... Read More
FYI, today's Houston Chronicle (Aug 28) has a promo ad for 2011 Mustang with MSRP $23,390 for $19,495, ($1000 rebate, $2895 dealer discount). Champion Ford.
Hi billybobjones. The problem is that in most areas Ford is not currently providing lease support on the 2010 Mustang. As a result, if you were to lease this car through Ford Credit, you would have to use its standard lease rates...which as you have seen are absolutely terrible. If you want to lease, the Mustang probably isn't for you. Having said that, you may want to wait until tomorrow before ... Read More
For $33k, a decent transmission should be a no brainer. I am on the fence for a 2011 V-6 6M.....................hope the new transmission is trouble free. My Dad told me never to buy the first new model year. Maybe he has a point. ez....
Hi runnernic. Ford is not currently providing any lease support on the 2011 or 2010 Mustang. As a result, if you were to lease one through Ford Credit right now, you would have to use its standard lease program...which is pretty bad. If you want to lease, the Mustang probably isn't for you. If I was in the market for one right now, I personally would finance a 2010 Mustang GT ... Read More
hey everyone.... i am interested in leasing the 2011 ford mustang GT premium.... i need 12,000 miles a year adn 36 months... can anyone give me an idea of how much the lease payments would be monthly with no cap cost reduction thank u!
Hi billybobjones. Ford is not currently providing lease support on the 2011 Mustang. That means that you definitely do not want to lease one right now. Doing so would be very expensive. You would be better off financing one through Ford Credit at 0% for 3 years, 3.9% for 4 years, or 4.9% for 5 years. Car_man Host Prices Paid: Buying & Leasing Experiences Forum
Video takes too long to load and stalls briefly. There are many other videos on the net of the car. Own and am perfectly happy with an '05 GT Premium. Can't wait to try out the new 5.0 tho. Supposed to be available sometime in May or June. Only major option I would add to the new GT premium is the Bembro brake package, but would love to test drive both ... Read More
WOW - I like your choice of colors. I'd like a white/blue or a blue/white combo. My V-6 is a 3.8. The 2000 brochure states the V-6 only puts out 190 HP. I find that a little hard to believe. The exhaust tone is pretty good - I think it sounds HOT going down the road! Sorry your wife can't drive a stick. I drove a stick all my life (I ... Read More
I own a 2010 Mustang GT, and put 8000 miles on'er. My girl has a 2005 Ford Focus, ..she's put over 105,000mi on it. Other than the Stang's passenger seat belt light comming on all the time, and the Focus's squeaky breaks..I'd say they're solid cars. I can't say about the 2005 Stang, but mine feels strong and reliable so far and I ride'r hard pretty much every single day. Now, ... Read More
Yeah the engine video cuts out on this site. I think in the full video it goes to 7000, or near enough. I actually think the 4.6 (from 2010) sounds better from the outside. The 5.0 sounds bigger, yes, but it has a mellower tone, more growl than bark. Like the Challenger. I think I'd get new exhaust if I bought a 2011 GT.
OMFG! I've been waiting along time for the 5.0 to come back!! 412 hp. is nice with 390 torq. I was kinda mad cause the engine dyno test kinda locked-up on me and didn't get to see the final rpm. Ford is hands-down the king of the road with that. Long live the Mustang!!!!!
Personally I would wait for either the 2011 V6 or V8 models if you can. When you're ready to buy, go to edmunds.com or kbb.com and figure out the dealer invoice price for the vehicle and add $500 to account for the FDAF advertising fee that is part of the actual factory invoice but is not included in the online dealer invoice pricing. Then subtract all available rebates and incentives. That ... Read More
$27,0000 for a new 2009 Ford Mustang GT with 5-speed manual. It has the following: Model Year: 2009 Make: Ford Model: Mustang Style Name: 2dr Cpe GT Premium Vehicle Trim: GT Premium Body Type: Coupe Exterior Color: Ebony Interior Color: Dark Charcoal Displacement: 4.6L/281 Engine Order Code: 99H Engine Type: Gas V8 Fuel System: SEFI SAE Net Horsepower @ RPM: 300 @ 5750 SAE Net Torque @ RPM: 320 @ 4500 ... Read More
Cool... motor sounds awesome and in the relatively light Mustang should be as quick as the Camaro and retain the Mustang's handling advantage. Was close to pulling the trigger on a '09 GT Track-Pak and the supercharging it, but now I'm waiting. With this coming soon, Ford's going to have to really incentive the 4.6L cars.
The 2011 Ford Mustang GT V8 has been in the news for a few days now... however, a couple of videos of the 2011 Mustang popped up online yesterday... http://www.nitrobahn.com/news/2011-ford-mustang-gt-v8-gets-on-the-road-video/
good timming! I had to buy when I bought, knowing full well of the likely hood of a 2011 5.0! Too bad Ford doesn't lease, at least not Mustangs. I may have to take a hit and trade up provided the economy doesn't degrade further next year. One cool thing about the prospects of 6 gears is that it enables Ford to safely offer a significantly higher rear gear ratio. Imagine ... Read More
Ford will be releasing a 315 hp V6 3.7L and a 400 hp 5.0L for the 2011 model year (by next summer). With a 400 lb weight advantage it will blow away the heavier camaro and challenger.
...with the ability to exceed 7.0 L in future applications, and produce more than 425 hp (317 kW) and 425 ft·lbf (576 N·m). It has been rumored that a smaller 5.8 L (355 in³, 5814 cc) version will be developed for a special edition 2009 Ford Mustang and is expected to be the standard V8 engine for the 2010 or 2011 Ford Mustang. Boss 429 & 351 (well 355) reborn? Can ... Read More
Coming in 2010: The Boss is a forthcoming large-displacement V8 engine project at Ford Motor Company. The engine project was reportedly cancelled in 2005 as the company focused on its existing Triton V8 and V10, but was reportedly revived in early 2006 by Mark Fields. The large engine will compete with DaimlerChrysler's new Hemi and General Motors' large Vortec engines. The Boss engine will reportedly displace 6.2 L (379 in³, 6208 ... Read More
The Edmunds TCO® estimated monthly insurance payment for a 2011 Ford Mustang in WA is: