Stop everything you’re doing, because this is exponentially more important. Probably. That’s because you can now configure your own 2015 Mustang online. See what we mean by exponentially more important? It’s the new Mustang, for crying out loud!
The basic Mustang V6 fastback (read: coupe) starts at $23,600, roughly a grand higher than the outgoing V6 model. Somewhat untraditionally, Ford is no longer offering the V6 model in Premium trim — leading us to believe that the six-banger is destined to be the bargain-basement model price leader. Stepping up to the 2.3-liter Mustang EcoBoost will run you $25,170, while the Mustang EcoBoost Premium will be $29,170. The good news is that the boosted Premium model starts at about $1,400 less than the V6 Premium trim level on the outgoing fifth-gen Stang. Meanwhile, the 5.0-liter V8-powered GT starts at $32,100 and the GT Premium is up to $36,100 — both of which are up roughly $1,000 over the previous-generation model.
For those who prefer open-air motoring, the 2015 Mustang Convertible V6 starts at $29,100, $1,590 more than the last-gen model. The Ecoboost Premium drop-top is $34,670, and the GT is $41,600.
To note, the prices above are for Mustangs with a manual transmission, with the automatic being an $1,195 option. There’s also an $825 destination charge added to the configured price of each model.
Configure to your heart’s content right here!