• Jul 2, 2007
Yes, you read that headline correctly. It seems that Ford's offering 0% APR financing over 36 months on all new 2007 Mustang purchases (from dealer stock) through July 9, 2007. The tip came in via a California Ford dealer, and a quick visit to the Ford Direct website confirmed what his email said.

The reason this seemed worth mentioning is that we almost never hear of deals like this on desirable cars like the Mustang, particularly the higher-end GT models and up. From what we see on the website, it applies to the 2007 Mustang V6, Mustang GT, Shelby GT, and Shelby GT500. Lately, the only promos we've been seeing on TV, etc. focus on deals related to the V6es with the Pony Package, etc. The 0% deal that's been available since June 28 was completely off our radar screens until now.

If you're in the market and can swing a 3-year deal, this might be worth looking into, particularly if you're shopping for a V8 Mustang. Don't expect any favors from dealers when it comes to Shelby pricing, though.

[Source: Ford]


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      • 7 Years Ago
      I wonder if the market's had enough with "pony cars" for now? Will this bode well for the upcoming Challenger and Camaro?
      • 7 Years Ago
      This isn't that big of a deal since there are very few who can finance a car over $25k for only 36 months. Also, even a smaller sample can actually qualify for the 0%. Those who can afford it and qualify would be the ones paying cash anyways.

      I doubt very few 'Stangs will be sold with this deal.
      • 7 Years Ago
      Can I get a GT with 0% fake hood scoop too?
      • 7 Years Ago
      Sweet deal for all who can afford the 36 months financing.
        • 7 Years Ago
        It won't be popular here, but if you can't afford 36 month financing you probably can't afford the car. (being able to make a payment isn't the same as being able to afford an item) Americans are debt crazy.

        Buy your toys, but have a saving account, a retirement fund, and all the proper insurance too.
      • 7 Years Ago
      I think they wanna get rid of the 07s and make room for 08s, hence the deal. Still, I'll only pay cash for a car, and I can't afford this right now. Savin' for a Camaro or 128i - haven't decided yet.
      • 7 Years Ago
      C'mon Ford, bolt that new diesel V6 into the Mustang!
      • 7 Years Ago
      That's a quite a bit of change - 2007 GT loaded will run you some 32K. With 5K down, you're looking at 800/mo payment
        • 7 Years Ago
        2007 GT loaded, 39.5k
      • 7 Years Ago
      Remember the morons commenting on this website that the Shelbys were worth every penny of the extra "dealer profit?" Idiots.
      • 7 Years Ago
      Most of the time with these 0% deals if you have good credit and can get good interest rates from a bank or credit union, you are better served taking the lump sum rebate and financing yourself rather than the 0% offer.
      • 7 Years Ago
      0% on a 30K Mustang GT is going to be one bi**h of a payment. While it might sound good to to advertise i don't see many customers going for it. That monthly payment is going to be huge.
      • 7 Years Ago
      Yes, yes, yes and with these incentives the 2008 models are coming out and as well the mid-life refresh will be needed soon to keep sales between 150,000 to 175,000 units annually. THEN it will be time for an IRS Mustang GT! Viper's are muscle cars they have an IRS! Corvettes are powerful they have an IRS. No idea why for the price the Shelby GT 500 is sold at the car does not have an IRS!

      Base V6, GT, Mach 1, Bullit, Shelby GT 500 all these models only focus on the damn engine! With only minor improvements on styling. Well it is time for FORD to start with a new Platform and put an IRS on all models! Then let every other manufacture from Steeda to Saleen to your Aunt tinker on the engine and some styling cues. At least Roush improves the Mustangs handling. Maybe they are onto something???
        • 7 Years Ago
        I am pretty sure the Camaro and Challenger will have an IRS as well... correct?
      • 7 Years Ago
      Shelby prices continue to stabilize near sticker price, which makes perfect sense now that the initial pool of collectors has had a chance to live in fantasy land for a year or so. So it's not surprising that Ford is offering incentives on remaining GT500 stock.

      Other than exotics, I'm trying to think of a car that has sold for over MSRP during its entire model run. Even cars that are coveted today, like the Integra Type-R or last gen Supra, were sold for heavy discounts by the end of their model life. This 0% deal is the beginning of the end of the GT500 bubble (now bring on the KR!).
        • 7 Years Ago
        The 2002-2006 MINI Cooper sold for MSRP (or over) throughout its entire run in Southern California.

        IIRC, Ford was offering 0% financing for 6 years on 2006 Mustangs last July. Then again, the 2007 models were shipping by then.
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