Keep your pesent ride. Buy another. Solves two nagging problems, selling the current Bullitt, or taking a beating on trade in. So, there is no depreciation. That doesn't happen till you sell it. And creates one, which one to take to the pool hall. Simple rule: It's raining, use the old beater 09. It isn't raining, drive the new ride.My impression? Ford seemed to follow the pattern. Made the Bullitt a bit more than a luxury GT, but also a bit below the fastest. It'll sell. Hell, I might even look at one once the dealers get past the "dealer price adjustment" stage.
I'd be a fool to do so though..lots of life left in my '09 with 27,000 on it's odo.
As a former '08 Bullitt owner & lover, I'm grossly underwhelmed. Perhaps in person it's more impressive. And the fact that Ford is waiting to '19 for its release makes zero sense to me, this in the 50th anniversary year of Bullitt.