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

Craig Cole
by Craig Cole

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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Craig Cole
Craig Cole

Born and raised in metro Detroit, Craig was steeped in mechanics from childhood. He feels as much at home with a wrench or welding gun in his hand as he does behind the wheel or in front of a camera. Putting his Bachelor's Degree in Journalism to good use, he's always pumping out videos, reviews, and features for AutoGuide.com. When the workday is over, he can be found out driving his fully restored 1936 Ford V8 sedan. Craig has covered the automotive industry full time for more than 10 years and is a member of the Automotive Press Association (APA) and Midwest Automotive Media Association (MAMA).

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  • Dave Foley Dave Foley on May 21, 2014

    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 David White on Jun 20, 2014

    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