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2010 Ford Mustang price official

Submitted by on February 22, 2009 – 9:48 pmNo Comment

2010-ford-mustang-13Back in November the 2010 Ford Mustang price was rumored to start at 30,000 USD, but today the company has announced the official figure and is way lower than that. The 2010 Ford Mustang price starts at 20,995 USD for the base model which offers a 26 mpg fuel economy on the highway. The 2010 Ford Mustang offers a broad range of power output levels, including a 210 hp, a 315 hp and 540 hp model.

The 2010 Ford Mustang price for the V6 starts at $25,995, the V8 powered GT coupe at $27,995 and the GT convertible at $32,995.

The top of the range 2010 Ford Mustang Shelby GT500 price starts at $46,325 while the convertible version can be yours for $51,225. Ford Press Release:

The fast, fun and affordable legacy that has defined America’s favorite muscle car lives on in the new 2010 Ford Mustang, offering design leadership, performance and technology at an exceptional value.

“More than 9 million customers have made Mustang one of the world’s most beloved automotive and cultural icons,” said Ken Czubay, Ford’s vice president of U.S. Sales and Marketing. “Not only is this the best Mustang ever, it’s also the best bang for the buck for our customers.”

Available this spring, the new Mustang features a new exterior and interior design, upgraded materials and a long list of must-have technologies and standard safety equipment – such as Ford’s AdvanceTrac(R) Electronic Stability Control system, all-speed traction control, anti-lock brakes and front and side air bags – for an affordable starting price of $20,995 (excluding destination and delivery) for the V-6 coupe and $25,995 for the convertible.
The V-8 powered GT coupe base price is $27,995; the GT convertible starts at $32,995. The Shelby GT500 Coupe has a MSRP of $46,325, while the GT500 Convertible starts at $51,225.

Contenders Chevy Camaro and Dodge Challenger sport base sticker prices ranging from $1,000 to $2,600 more than Mustang.

Industry Leading Technologies

Mustang further distinguishes itself from the pack with an all-inclusive list of standard and optional industry-leading technologies and safety features, including:

Ford SYNC(R) with 911 AssistTM, Vehicle Health Report (VHR), and new Traffic, Directions, and Information services
Voice-activated Navigation with SIRIUS(R) Travel LinkTM
Next-generation ambient interior lighting
Reverse Camera System
SOS Post Crash Alert System

Mustang comes standard with Ford’s AdvanceTrac(R) Electronic Stability Control system, which complements the car’s standard all-speed traction control and anti-lock braking system. A Sport Mode, available on the GT Premium and Shelby GT500, incorporates a unique calibration of the new AdvanceTrac system, letting the driver enjoy a wider range of Mustang’s performance capabilities.

Options Galore

Mustang also offers a wide selection of personalization options from the factory as warranty-friendly Genuine Ford Accessories, from exterior stripes to interior appearance features, wheel selections, communication and entertainment systems and more.

Plus, Mustang enthusiasts can now add Performance Packs available from Ford Racing, including a Power Upgrade Pack, Handling Pack, or SuperPack – all under warranty when installed by a Ford dealer.

Fuel Facts

The 2010 Mustang is jam-packed with unprecedented content, yet it weighs approximately 300 pounds less than the competing Camaro and Challenger. This leaner curb weight gives Mustang a competitive leg up in agility and contributes significantly to Mustang’s unsurpassed 26 mpg.

Mustang’s available engines, including the GT’s beefy 4.6-liter V-8, are designed to use regular 87-octane fuel. Mustang also makes fill-ups more hassle-free with its standard Easy Fuel(TM) Capless Fuel Fuller system, a segment exclusive.

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