The 2015 Ford Mustang configurator is live and ready to kill the rest of your Friday work productivity.
Information about Ford’s latest pony car leaked today revealing that the rumored weight gain was an exaggeration despite the fact that it will, in fact, pack on a few pounds.
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The base V6 coupe kicks off at $24,425 including delivery. If you’re interested in the turbocharged 2.3-liter EcoBoost four-cylinder model, expect a starting MSRP of $25,995. On that model, the premium package tacks on another $4,000. Going for the GT V8 model (who wouldn’t want to) will set you back $32,925 or $36,925 for the Premium version meaning the GT’s starting price will climb by about $1,000 for the sixth generation.
Then there are the convertible models. The V6 drop top starts at $29,925, which is almost $1,600 more than the year before. Expect to pay at least $35,495 for the EcoBoost version and a whopping $42,425 for the soft top V8.
Of course, there’s always the option to head over and configure your own Mustang.
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