Ford Sets 2015 Mustang Pricing

Screenshot via Ford.
Screenshot via Ford.

Ford has launched an online configurator for its 2015 Mustang and set pricing for the fastback and convertible models of the sixth generation of its iconic sports car.

Pricing for fastback versions has been set at $23,600 for the 3.7-liter V-6; $25,170 for the 2.3-liter EcoBoost; $29,170 for the EcoBoost Premium; $32,100 for the V-8 GT; and $36,100 for the GT Premium.

Pricing for the convertible versions has been set at $29,100 for the V-6; $34,670 for the EcoBoost Premium; and $41,600 for the GT Premium. Pricing doesn't include a $825 destination charge.

Ford has added several new standard features to the Mustang, including a fully independent suspension, push-button start, and next-generation SYNC system. The automaker has not announced when the vehicle will arrive at dealers.

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