You could get up to $1,000 off.
The automotive world is currently experiencing some major technical difficulties, including parts shortages and manufacturing shutdowns, and most major manufacturers are feeling the pinch of a subdued global economy. Ford reported a massive $3.1 billion loss in the first quarter of 2022, while production delays and parts shortages continue to plague the Dearborn motoring giant. But it's not all doom and gloom: the legendary Ford Mustang is, for the seventh year in a row, the best-selling sports car in the world. And for the month of May, eager buyers can get a whole $1,000 off the purchase price of a new 2022 Mustang, or super low-interest rates on 2021 models.
Ford is offering select customers a $1,000 Bonus Cash offer on 2022 models, and a 1.9 percent APR financing option over 60 months on previous-year models. Unfortunately these deals are only available in selected areas, and certain models have been excluded. At the time of writing, it seems like only New York customers are being offered these great deals, and performance fans will be disappointed to hear that the discount offer does not apply to the menacing Shelby GT500. Ford has issued certain disclaimers that go along with the discount offer: customers must take delivery from an authorized dealer by May 31 2022, and the discount will only be offered to customers in the US, unless otherwise specified.
A discount of a thousand bucks might not be earth-shattering, but in an economy where the middle-class is suffering, such an incentive might just be the push someone needs to pull the trigger on a new Mustang (first world problems am I right?). The Ford Mustang still represents a ton of value for money, and starts with an MSRP of $27,205 for the EcoBoost Fastback, and $32,705 for the EcoBoost Convertible. The V8-powered 2022 GT Fastback will set you back $37,275, and the GT Premium Convertible costs $47,795. We'd recommend jumping on this deal, as car prices aren't coming down for a good while longer, and these days, a grand goes a long way.