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Ford Mustang 5.0 V8 GT 2dr £299 per month for three years. £5999 upfront (total £17361) Personal Contract at Evans Halshaw
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Ford Mustang 5.0 V8 GT 2dr £299 per month for three years. £5999 upfront (total £17361) Personal Contract at Evans Halshaw

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Posted 3rd May 2018Edited by:"Jonny_Oxford"

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I know this will not be for everyone, but if you've ever wanted a car like this its a pretty good deal, especially as you can make a fair chunk of your money back at the end. But I know which direction most of these lease deals go on this site.

*EDIT*
£299 per month for three years plus £6000 upfront.

At the end of the three years there is the option to buy at the car for an additional £17,966.

On Autotrader at the moment 3 year old 5.0 mustangs are selling for around ~£25,000. If you can afford to but it you can make a lot of your money back. You also don't have to worry about the mileage. As someone pointed out this is a very new car and there aren't too many 5.0s for sale. So there is a possibility that in 3 years they may be selling for less than £25k.
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My neighbour has one of these on the drive...never actually seen it leave the drive despite it now being 12 months old...perhaps he's saving up for fuel..beautiful car though.
jrw03/05/2018 15:58

nope, never had to explain it!If you buy a mustang the first thing anyone …nope, never had to explain it!If you buy a mustang the first thing anyone will ask is is it the 2.3.....then you will have to explain its the 5.0 and then explain why you bought it when they tell you its slower than a Golf R, Focus RS and a A45.


No but they’ll see it and notice the great big "5.0" emblazoned in chrome on the side and at that point they'll probably figure it’s the, err 5 ltr V8. Then they’ll hear the engine and go "wow"

Then you’ll show them your Golf and they'll say "oh that’s nice, my Nan's got a Golf"
Bloody hell. This is less than a Focus RS!
Very tempted to get this for the Mrs. She was only telling me the other day she misses big throbbing muscle. I think this is just what she meant!
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Is £17,361 correct? £299 x 35 = £10,465

Add £5999 = £16,464 :/
Now that’s a BEAST two door as well
Good deal considering the 5.0s brand new are worth more than all payments on these. One thing I would say is in 3 years I doubt they will still be selling for 25k just by then there will be a bigger supply of these on the second hand market. But its a good deal if you can afford an expensive car. This is a more than I can justify spending at the moment. But its still a good deal so I will vote hot.
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Your maths are slightly wrong

£5999 + 38 x £299 + Final Payment of £17,966 = £3532 ???
Rob_Roy5 m ago

Is £17,361 correct? £299 x 35 = £10,465Add £5999 = £16,464


39 months.
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Very nice indeed! A good deal and a great post.
Rob_Roy10 m ago

Is £17,361 correct? £299 x 35 = £10,465Add £5999 = £16,464



38 payments plus deposit by looks of it:

  • No of Payments 38
  • Monthly Payment £299.00
  • Customer deposit £5,999.00
  • Term of Agreement (Months) 39
  • On The Road Cash Price £35,327.00
  • Credit Arrangement Fee £0.00
  • Option to Purchase Fee £0.00
  • GMFV - Option to Purchase Payment £17,966.00
  • Total Amount Payable £35,327.00
  • Rate of Interest (Fixed) 0%
  • Representative APR 0%
  • Total Amount of Credit £29,328.00
My neighbour has one of these on the drive...never actually seen it leave the drive despite it now being 12 months old...perhaps he's saving up for fuel..beautiful car though.
The total price was for the 3 years. Then there is the option to buy.
So after 3 years of deposit and monthly payments how much is it to own the car? Or is there no final fees?
t3rm3y5 m ago

So after 3 years of deposit and monthly payments how much is it to own the …So after 3 years of deposit and monthly payments how much is it to own the car? Or is there no final fees?



£17966
Cool but I dread to think what the insurance would be
Please can someone tell me what the car tax would be? Tried to work it out but my logic circuits are failing me.
3 year old mustangs are for sale for £25k - doesn't mean they are selling!


Total payable is 35,327.00

So if you could sell it at £25k it would be £10k for 3 years ownership which is £277 a month. Cheaper than a lease I suppose but its a big gamble.....I mean who would buy this private after 3 years? Trade in would be the £17k GFV or £20k if you are lucky which would then make it £416 lease price territory.
lucas03/05/2018 13:56

Cool but I dread to think what the insurance would be



Depends how old you are.

About £550-600 a year for me to insure one of these.

On the downside, that means I'm getting old!

Edit: Just ran a quote with Confused out of curiosity and it's actually £456/year with Axa which is £100/year less than I pay on my current car for insurance.
Edited by: "HaroFreestyler" 3rd May 2018
forgot to add £299 per month road tax
Love to be able to afford a beast like this , love American muscle cars heat added
Lovely cars, had one in Florida for a week. So much cheaper out there
FunkiestMonkey03/05/2018 13:57

Please can someone tell me what the car tax would be? Tried to work it out …Please can someone tell me what the car tax would be? Tried to work it out but my logic circuits are failing me.




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HaroFreestyler03/05/2018 13:58

Depends how old you are. About £550-600 a year for me to insure one of …Depends how old you are. About £550-600 a year for me to insure one of these. On the downside, that means I'm getting old!Edit: Just ran a quote with Confused out of curiosity and it's actually £456/year with Axa which is £100/year less than I pay on my current car for insurance.


£454 for me

Which is dearer than my Golf R which is faster! Suppose the Adaptive Cruise Control on my Golf makes a big difference....though not the amount getting stolen.....when I first ordered car in Nov 2015 my quote was £185....I am now paying just shy of £300 i think.

35 and living in a nice area.
Lambriczi2 m ago

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Thanks for that. Guess the first year is covered in the finances above, as is usual, although it is not explicitly mentioned.
Kudos for posting. Terrible deal but heat just because it's funny
if after 3 years you don't want it, you can just return it?
twinkle28 m ago

My neighbour has one of these on the drive...never actually seen it leave …My neighbour has one of these on the drive...never actually seen it leave the drive despite it now being 12 months old...perhaps he's saving up for fuel..beautiful car though.




Dubplated15 m ago

forgot to add £299 per month road tax


S.O.R.N. then ?
Edited by: "Coldfinger" 3rd May 2018
Left hand drive too?
trickytree198403/05/2018 14:11

Kudos for posting. Terrible deal but heat just because it's funny


Why is it a terrible deal?
jrw03/05/2018 14:05

£454 for me Which is dearer than my Golf R which is faster! …£454 for me Which is dearer than my Golf R which is faster! Suppose the Adaptive Cruise Control on my Golf makes a big difference....though not the amount getting stolen.....when I first ordered car in Nov 2015 my quote was £185....I am now paying just shy of £300 i think.35 and living in a nice area.


It's such a lottery on insurance.

I live in a nice area, although my postcode is linked to a not so nice area which knocks it down to Group C so my insurance is always higher than most for some reason.

I pay £550 for my M240i (also faster than this Mustang, and a Golf R (when it's dry ). ) and I'm 44 with 21 years NCD and no points. Yet for an M2 it was only £314 when I got a quote to originally buy one of those, go figure!!
I am 26 with a 12k claim 3 years ago and pay 600 for a new alfa giulia 280 and a new audi a4
Heat added for the cheap deal but it needs to be cheap with an average MPG of 18.9.... I wouldn't buy one with YOUR money
FunkiestMonkey35 m ago

Please can someone tell me what the car tax would be? Tried to work it out …Please can someone tell me what the car tax would be? Tried to work it out but my logic circuits are failing me.



Car tax after year 1, which will already be include in the price is the same as a Fiesta £140 (as it is below the £40k purchase price extra premium)
It's right hand drive, but the centre console is slightly angled to the left and the handbrake is on the wrong side of the transmission tunnel. Something I'm sure you would get used to.
Nice car. Hired the convertible myself in Florida a couple of years ago. The rear set legroom is dreadful. I'm waiting for the Corvette in RHD!
Edited by: "rascalchops" 3rd May 2018
HaroFreestyler03/05/2018 14:22

It's such a lottery on insurance.I live in a nice area, although my …It's such a lottery on insurance.I live in a nice area, although my postcode is linked to a not so nice area which knocks it down to Group C so my insurance is always higher than most for some reason.I pay £550 for my M240i (also faster than this Mustang, and a Golf R (when it's dry ). ) and I'm 44 with 21 years NCD and no points. Yet for an M2 it was only £314 when I got a quote to originally buy one of those, go figure!!


Except the 0-60 on the m240i and Golf R is the same (DSG) and thats achieved without the use of launch control! So good luck with yours being faster
Mine may or may not have more than the standard 310bhp too.
Achieving near £25k private sale in 3 years would be a heck of a reach. If you're seriously considering this, I would plan that anything over £18k in 3 years time would be a win.

Having said that, even at that approx TCO - what a lovely bit of kit.
jrw11 m ago

Except the 0-60 on the m240i and Golf R is the same (DSG) and thats …Except the 0-60 on the m240i and Golf R is the same (DSG) and thats achieved without the use of launch control! So good luck with yours being faster Mine may or may not have more than the standard 310bhp too.


You are not gonna race this (regularly) but rev the Mustang and that alone will cause the boy racers to poo their pants.
Edited by: "FunkiestMonkey" 3rd May 2018
I'll stick to my Lotus. At least I know I wont be visiting the petrol station every 5 mins.
In the US this sort of car is classed as fairly frugal but over here you need deep pockets to keep it on the road. That's why the yanks are always attacking the middle east, they need to run these things.
jrw03/05/2018 14:39

Except the 0-60 on the m240i and Golf R is the same (DSG) and thats …Except the 0-60 on the m240i and Golf R is the same (DSG) and thats achieved without the use of launch control! So good luck with yours being faster Mine may or may not have more than the standard 310bhp too.


4WD and can only match the 0-60 time.

Jokes aside, nothing against Golf R's, nice motors but the RWD and 6 pot motor of the Beemer is more of a thrill for me over the 4 pot 4WD action of the Golf. In the wet a std Golf R would muller me I imagine but then I normally have the kids in with me so fast wet driving is a no for me anyway.

Wouldn't say no to one though and would buy the Mrs one if there was no issues with thefts etc but worrying about one car is enough.
CompositeGuru7403/05/2018 14:50

I'll stick to my Lotus. At least I know I wont be visiting the petrol …I'll stick to my Lotus. At least I know I wont be visiting the petrol station every 5 mins. In the US this sort of car is classed as fairly frugal but over here you need deep pockets to keep it on the road. That's why the yanks are always attacking the middle east, they need to run these things.

Id love a lotus. Problem is I cannot repair cars and I don't like paying mechanics.
Good deal on a great car, I would love one. To the people moaning about MPG, there's more to life. Stab that throttle pedal and enjoy yourself once in a while.

If I weren't saving for a new house, I'd be all over this like a dog eating hot mince.
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