This might not go over well
I'm considering replacing the Hyundai with a new Daily Driver. The Hyundai is a great car, just absolutely boring. Boring to death.
Ford is looking to move the 2010 Mustang GT right now since the 2011 is such a huge improvement and only about $1000 more.
They have $2500 rebate or 72 months 0 % financing and they must have some manufacturer to dealer money. I say that because a dealer close to me is offering $2000 off on all Mustang GT's and 0% or $4500 off on all Mustangs. In addition Ford sent me a $750 off certificate in addition to all incentives and dealer discounts.
This dealer has a 1 option base Mustang GT with the 3.73 rear differential as the only option. Included in that $495 option is larger brakes with 2 piston calipers and the 3.73 gears. The 29,400 sticker is $26,650 with discounts and 0% financing for 72 months. Additionally the company I work for has a buy American campaign and will give me $500 for buying a new American car.
If it goes down I'll post a pic by Monday.
The only other real candidate is a Cobalt SS and they are just a bit too much of a teenagers car for me.
Cheapest Camaro SS I can find is mid 30's, more than I want to spend and the Challenger is pricey and lacking in performance unless I get the SRT and then it's too much money. I'm not a fan of the Lancer Raliart or the WRX. The Hyundai Genesis Coupe is an interesting option but I like the Mustang GT over it and the Mustang faster and cheaper.
I'd like to buy new so a GTO isn't an option. If used were an option there are a ton of C5's in the low 20's with under 25,000 miles, but I want new for my Daily Driver.