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So I'm thinking I will be trading in my paid off 2014 GT Convertible (not premium package) for the upcoming new S650 2023.
I put a Cold-air Intake and a Bama Tuner on my 2014, so it's no longer Stock.

My question is, will dealers typically reduce the trade-in value because of these performance add on's, or do these type of add on's not impact the trade in value?
 

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I’d say it is a detriment. People want an unmolested car generally speaking. I’d return it to stock.
 

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So I'm thinking I will be trading in my paid off 2014 GT Convertible (not premium package) for the upcoming new S650 2023.
I put a Cold-air Intake and a Bama Tuner on my 2014, so it's no longer Stock.

My question is, will dealers typically reduce the trade-in value because of these performance add on's, or do these type of add on's not impact the trade in value?
Welcome to the forum @Capt_Speed. From what I've seen dealers will see that as a knock on the car. If you're going to trade it in with a dealer I'd suggest switching your Mustang back to stock and selling the Intake separately.

How long have you had your GT for?
 

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Welcome to the forum @Capt_Speed. From what I've seen dealers will see that as a knock on the car. If you're going to trade it in with a dealer I'd suggest switching your Mustang back to stock and selling the Intake separately.

How long have you had your GT for?
I am the original owner, i special ordered it in late 2013. I plan on trading it in when the new S650 is released.
 
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