Mustang still going strong:
The 2019 Mustang remains in good supply nationwide. Interest is still high, so don't expect substantial dealer discounting. However, factory incentives are very strong this month.
The Bullitt edition is excluded from factory offers and usually sells at MSRP. The special Shelby GT350 edition is extremely rare.
The 2020 Mustang continues flowing into dealers. It will take another month or so for supplies to firm up. The line will reportedly gain a hybrid model later in the model year. EcoBoost models are available with a new Performance Package.
Current factory offers vary by region and are scheduled to remain in effect until January 2, 2020 unless otherwise noted. It's likely Ford will enhance incentives for Black Friday weekend.
More cash off:
The 2019 Mustang now carries rebates of $2,500 to $3,500, depending on the trim. The EcoBoost Premium coupe gets the most. In addition, there's a $750 Select Inventory bonus on models in stock longer than 61 days. That adds up to $4,250 in factory cash, a terrific amount for this model.
The initial rebate on the 2020 Mustang is $250, and the $750 Select Inventory bonus is available.
What to expect on a lease:
Once again, you can lease a 2019 Mustang EcoBoost coupe from $289 for 36 months (10,500 miles a year) with $3,189 due at signing. The effective monthly cost works out to $378, which falls short of a good value for this price. Better deals will come later in the year.
The initial lease offer on the 2020 Mustang EcoBoost coupe is $336 for 39 months with $2,777 at signing. The effective monthly cost is $407, which is rather expensive. Look for offers to improve starting next year.
0% for 72:
Instead of the cash bonus on a 2019 Mustang, Ford now offers 0% financing for 72 months. That's very unusual for this model — grab it while you can.
There are no finance offers on the incoming 2020 Mustang yet.