Friday 27 February 2009

Ford Mustang pricing announced (U.S)

Prices of the 2010 Ford Mustang will increase by $1,000, pushing starting price up at $20,995, excluding destination, delivery, tax, title, or licensing fees. The Mustang V6 convertible starts at $25,995, $27,995 for the V8 GT coupe and a GT convertible starting at $32,995. Ford also released pricing details for the new Shelby GT500 Coupe ($46,325), with the Shelby GT500 Convertible going for almost $5,000 more.

Standard equipment for the base V6 includes a 5 speed manual transmission, stability control, anti-lock brakes, keyless entry, LED taillights and stop light, painted 17 inch aluminum wheels, an auxiliary audio input, and chrome accents on the instrument cluster and 4 airbags come standard.

An upgrade to the V6 Pony Package gets the customer 18 inch polished aluminum wheels, body colour mirrors, a new grille, fog lamps and some other detail elements. Heated seats and a glass roof can also be purchased.

For an extra $8,000, the Mustang GT brings a set of painted aluminum 18-inch wheels, fog lamps, rear spoiler, body colour mirrors and a post-crash emergency services system. Several performance upgrades can be purchased as options, including better brakes, better stability control, a performance rear axle, and 19 inch wheels.

Engine plant size stays the same for both models, with base buyers getting a 4.0 litre V6 that still produces 210bhp. Torque is likely kept at 240 ft-lb. GT buyers will get a retuned 4.6 litre V8 that increases power output by 15bhp to 315bhp. Torque increases by 5 ft-lb to 325ft-lb.

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