This certainly seems plausible to me. I also believe that I've read somewhere that the 3.5L HO V6 will actually become the new 3.8L HO V6...with about 275hp. Personally, I'm leaning more toward the 'R/T' version for myself, that is, unless the 'SRT/Cuda' version's price doesn't shoot above forty grand.ChriSRT-4 said:Guys from AllPar quotes....
“Prices will probably start around $22,000 for the V6 model (I don't know at this point if they will use a tweaked 3.5L or the 4.0L, whatever one they use, expect about 275HP). There will probably be a few trims of the V6 models, each with varying content. The next model up will be the 5.7L Hemi "R/T" which will come in at just under $30K. The SRT-8 with 425+ horsepower will most likely be about $36,000 - $38,000 depending on options. ”
I don't mean to beat a dead horse, (I posted this same thought in "Build It and They Will Come")..........WildKarrde said:I don't know how reliable MPH Magazine is, but their February cover (which is somewhat hidden, but on the net) says 425 HP for $28k. If that is true... then it's still sort of unbelievable. :lol: My guess is that the V6 version will be about $22k. The V8 version (I'm guessing 5.7 HEMI) will probably be about $28k. And the SRT-8 version will probably start about $35k for a 6.1 HEMI. If they have the 392 HEMI option then that will probably start around $38k - $40k.
In Ontario dealers can not "legally" charge more than MSRP, so maybe a little lucky that wayChallengerCrazy said:I don't mean to beat a dead horse, (I posted this same thought in "Build It and They Will Come")..........
Dealers can ruin it for Chrysler (and potential buyers) if they start with their "Market Adjustment" sticker add-on of $8,000.00 to $10,000.00 like I've seen with the SRT vehicles. They did that also to the 300 C's in my city, when the 300's first came out and it was a waiting game for the 300 C's.
Unfortunately, stateside, especially here in the SoCal area, dealer 'greed' (err...mark-up/marketing allowance) is common practice and one can always usually find anywhere from about $2,500 - $10,000 'tacked-on' to the window sticker of the most popular models.camero said:In Ontario dealers can not "legally" charge more than MSRP, so maybe a little lucky that way
Ford spent a lot of time figuring out how to make the Mustang cheap. The biggest complaints center on its interior in this regard.allhemi said:DC knows this car is going to go head to head with the mustang and the price will go right alone with it.
Agreed. Good 'staged' pricing is the key to high sales and no dealer markups.SRT8Texas said:I agree that if they're pricing it to compete with the Mustang, see similiar or a little higher prices than the Mustangs. If they can keep the SRT under $40k, especially using the 6.4L, it will be a steal