2015 Mustang EcoBoost Starts at $25,995, GT at $32,925

2015 Mustang EcoBoost Starts at $25,995, GT at $32,925

There’s more pricing news to share about the highly anticipated 2015 Ford Mustang. An EcoBoosted version of the popular ponycar will kick off at less than 26 grand; the V8-powered GT version starts at less than 33 large.

Of course the most affordable ‘Stang is the V6 model; it’s expected to start at $23,335. All prices listed EXCLUDE destination fees which are $825. This entry-level model will feature a 3.7-liter engine that should deliver a little more than 300 hp and around 270 lb-ft of torque.

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Of course the more burly 5.0-liter V8 will deliver significantly more oomph. Horsepower should check out at “more than 420.”

Hungry for more? Put that bag of chips down and keep reading! Here’s a more detailed list of pricing figures for the 2015 Ford Mustang. What’s your favorite model?

Pricing information (BASE PRICING, Manual Transmission)

Mustang V6 Fastback (050A) – $24,425

Mustang V6 Fastback (051A) – $25,420

Mustang ECOBOOST Fastback (100A) – $25,995

Mustang ECOBOOST Fastback (200A): $29,995

Mustang ECOBOOST Fastback (201A): $31,790

MUSTANG GT Fastback (300A) – $32,925

MUSTANG GT Premium Fastback (400A) – $36,100

MUSTANG GT Premium Fastback (401A) – $38,720

MUSTANG GT 50YR Anniversary (500A) – $46,995

GT Fastback Premium options pricing:

Floor Mats – $85 retail

GT Performance PKG – $2,495 retail

Navigation – $795 retail

Recaros Leather – $1595 retail

Enhanced Security Package – $395

Destination and delivery – $825

GALLERY: 2015 Ford Mustang


[Source: Jalopnik]

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  • Benjamin Reynolds

    Pricing doesn’t seem bad at all, especially once you figure in Fords normal incentives. A 2016 GT with track pack and Recaros can probably be had for 32k.

  • Dave Foley

    That 50th anniversary package is quite the poke in the eye! $14k over the price of a GT? Holy smokers! Those stickers and badges must be pretty spendy pieces for Ford to buy. Yikes!

  • David White

    The Eco-boost engine can use E85, it’s higher octane than Gas so much more power. If its anything like the the Konnegsburg.Double!!! Why isn’t Ford shouting that from the rooftops