2015 Ford Mustang Pricing and Release
Ford has confirmed that the release date for the redesigned 2015 Ford Mustang won’t be arriving until later this fall, but the automaker is beginning to leak a bit more details about the all-new pony car, including prices for each of the models. To help prepare you for the day that the Mustang arrives here at Matt Ford, we’re providing you with more information on the 2015 Ford Mustang pricing and release.
Before we get into some of the findings about the Mustang pricing, it’s worth noting that the prices haven’t been confirmed or denied by Ford yet. All of the prices were leaked to a Mustang fan website by a dealer, and while the source seems credible, there is a chance that the numbers are incorrect. However, from the looks of the prices, it’s highly probable that these are the official suggested prices. It’s also worth noting that all prices below include six-speed manual transmission and destination and delivery fees.
Official 2015 Ford Mustang Pricing
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As expected, the most affordable base model of the Mustang will be the Fastback trim which will come standard with the V6 engine. The six-cylinder Mustang will run $24,425, which is actually quite similar to the price for the Mustang equipped with the brand-new, highly-anticipated 2.3-liter EcoBoost engine of the Mustang.
According to the reported numbers, the price for the turbocharged four-cylinder is just $1,570 more than the V6-equipped model. With that small of a pricing difference, there’s an extremely good chance that the EcoBoost engine will be the best-selling engine of the pony car. That’s especially true as the EcoBoost engine is supposed to make the same horse and torque as the V6 engine, and yet will be capable of producing higher fuel economy ratings.
To learn more about the 2015 Ford Mustang pricing and release, be sure to check back here on the Matt Ford blog where we will have more information as soon as it’s made available. As we said, the 2015 Ford Mustang release date is set to arrive this fall, so you can expect all of the official output ratings to come around then. In the meantime, be sure to check out some of our other posts on the Ford Mustang.
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