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    2019 Ford Mustang OVERVIEW

    What car packs more of a cultural punch than the Mustang? Ford's venerable two-door sport coupe is one of those rare automobiles that transcends mere motorized conveyance. It's nowadays a cultural touchstone, as uniquely and proudly American as Old Glory herself. After a rather comprehensive refresh in 2018, this patriotic pony gallops into 2019 no different than last year – and no less iconic, either.

    What's New for 2019

    The Mustang is largely unchanged for 2019.

    Choosing Your Ford Mustang

    The current generation Mustang strives to do the same thing its aboriginal ancestor did over 50 years ago – offer sporty style wrapped around a practical commuter car, with genuine performance on tap for those so inclined. This means there's a multitude of options, powertrains, and body styles, letting buyers make the Mustang as tame or as feral as they're willing to deal with on a daily basis.

    If you're planning to skew your Mustang toward the tamer side, you'll be looking at the 2.3-liter turbocharged four-cylinder engine. Dubbed EcoBoost, this spunky four-cylinder puts out an impressive 310 horsepower and 350 pound-feet of torque. It's bolted up to a six-speed manual transmission as standard, though a 10-speed automatic is available for $1,595. If you're trying to wring out a little more verve from your four-cylinder Mustang, there's the $2,495 EcoBoost Performance Package. Among other things, it includes a Torsen limited-slip rear differential with 3.55 rear gears, 19-inch tires shod with summer tires, oil pressure and boost gauges, heavy-duty front springs, heavy-duty brakes, a beefed-up radiator, and unique suspension tuning.

    All that is more than enough to make the Eco-powered Mustang an enticing choice. But if the EcoBoost leaves you cold, there's the sonorous 5.0-liter V8 on hand. It makes 460 hp and 420 lb-ft of torque. That kind of power is enough to perform heroics which were unthinkable in the V8-powered Mustang even just 10 years ago. With the optional $3,995 GT Performance Package, 10-speed automatic (again $1,595) and the drive-mode selector set to Drag Strip, this newest Mustang GT can bang off zero-to-60 mph times in under four seconds and do a quarter-mile sprint in just 11.8 seconds. The Mustang is no longer a pony; it's a bona-fide racehorse.

    Like the EcoBoost Performance Package, that aforementioned GT Performance Package includes a number of speed-junkie goodies. Highlights from the package include chassis stiffening, a 3.55 LSD rear differential, upgraded brakes, oil pressure and vacuum gauges, performance rear wing. A Level 2 package is also available for $6,500, and includes a 3.73 rear end, unique track-inspired tuning and stiffening, exclusive dampers with track-inspired calibration, and Michelin Pilot Sport 2 tires wrapped around 19-inch wheels.

    Whatever Mustang you pick, rest easy knowing that there'll be a number of widely-available packages and options. There's $995 Black Accent Package that blacks out the wheels, spoiler, roof, and spoiler. There's also the $1,000 Ford Safe and Smart Package, which comes with adaptive cruise control, automatic high beams, lane keeping assist, automatic emergency braking, forward collision warning, and rain-sensing windshield wipers. An active performance exhaust runs for $845, adaptive cruise is available by itself for $895, and a navigation-equipped infotainment system costs $795.

    Also available is a $1,695 MagneRide Damping System. This bit of wizardry is an electronically controlled adaptive suspension system that can adjust and respond to driver inputs and road conditions at up 1,000 times a second. It also works in conjunction with three drive modes, each offering a different base level of stiffness.

    The 2019 Ford Mustang is offered in five trims:


    The cheapest flavor of Mustang is the EcoBoost Fastback, which runs for $26,840 (all prices include a $995 destination charge). If you're looking for a drop-down experience, the identical EcoBoost Convertible is also available for $32,340. Besides the 2.3-liter turbocharged engine, standard features include LED lights, an alarm, a SOS post-crash alert system, an auto-dimming mirror, a leather-wrapped tilt-and-telescope steering wheel, four-way, manually-adjustable driver's seat, two-way manual passenger seat, cloth upholstery, a 50/50 folding rear seat, 17-inch wheels, a 4.2-inch LCD screen with Ford's Sync infotainment software, and Track Apps (which measures and records performance metrics). On the mechanical side of things, there's a six-speed manual launch control, a 3.31 rear-end gear ratio, and line lock (which holds the car in place to allow for a small tire-warming burn-out; a nice feature for those moments when you're about to sail down the quarter-mile).

    A smattering of options and packages are on tap to ratchet up the Mustang's level of luxury. Besides the $2,495 EcoBoost Performance Package and the $1,595 10-speed automatic transmission, there's the 101A Equipment Group ($2,000). This package bundles niceties such as a nine-speaker sound system, dual-zone climate control, remote start (not available with the manual transmission), six-way power cloth seats, selectable drive modes, and the Sync 3 software that uses an eight-inch touchscreen and comes with two smart-charging USB ports, Apple CarPlay, and Android Auto.

    EcoBoost Premium

    For $31,855, buyers can step up to the EcoBoost Premium trim ($37,355 for the convertible variant). Compared to the regular EcoBoost, there's additional standard features like selectable drive modes, leather upholstery, six-way power-adjustable front seats, heated and cooled front seats, Sync 3, dual-zone climate control, automatic headlights, 18-inch wheels, and a nine-speaker sound system.

    The available Equipment Group 201A ($2,200) bundles a 12-inch LCD digital instrument cluster, heated steering wheel, premiere interior trim with hand-stitching, voice-activated navigation, five-year prepaid SiriusXM, memory settings for mirrors and driver's seat, blind-spot monitoring, rear cross-traffic alert, and FordPass Connect (which allows you to program a specific time for the car to be remotely started, check vehicle status, locate vehicle, remotely lock and unlock vehicle. It also includes a WiFi hotspot).

    A Pony Package ($995) includes 19-inch wheels, chrome window trim, a unique retro-style grille, and rocker-panel stripes. A Carbon Sport Interior Package ($1,195) dresses up the Mustang's innards with Alcantara door and seat inserts and carbon fiber trim and shift knob. All packages available on the regular EcoBoost trim are also available here (except for Equipment Group 101A, which is supplanted by 201A).

    GT Fastback

    Things really heat up with the $36,350 Mustang GT Fastback. Unavailable as a convertible, this spec Mustang is the cheapest way to get the 5.0-liter V8 engine, and, in a sense, is the closest thing to the old-school muscle car that was all motor and little else. Standard features largely mirror the base EcoBoost trim, though here you get six-way power seats for both driver and passenger, 18-inch wheels, a spoiler, and quad-tip exhaust. Compared to the EcoBoost, there's also larger brakes, a shorter 3.55 rear-end, an engine oil cooler, and a rev-matching function for the six-speed manual transmission.

    The Equipment Group 301A ($2,000) includes the same features bundled with the EcoBoost's 101A package. All other options and packages also available for the EcoBoost are on tap here.

    GT Premium

    Just as the GT mostly mirrors the EcoBoost in comfort and convenience features, the $40,350 GT Premium does the same with the EcoBoost Premium. A Convertible GT Premium is available and starts at $45,850. Available options and Packages also match the EcoBoost Premium, though the equipment group is named 401A here.


    At $47,590, the most expensive and bespoke 2019 Mustang is the Bullitt, which houses the V8 engine. Inspired by the classic 1968 model wheeled by Steve McQueen in the eponymous movie, the Bullitt model is essentially a GT Premium with unique aesthetic accents and a few additional features made standard. Goodies included with the Bullitt are the active performance exhaust, 12-inch digital instrument cluster, red brake calipers, exclusive 19-inch wheels, unique grille, unique Highland Green paint, interior stitching in Highland Green, white cue-ball shifter, Bullitt aluminium scuff plates, and a 3.73 rear-end gear ratio.

    A Bullitt Electronics Package ($2,100) includes blind-spot monitoring, rear cross-traffic alert, a 12-speaker sound system, memory settings for the driver's seat and outside mirrors, voice-activated navigation, and five years of satellite radio.

    CarsDirect Tip

    No matter what 2019 Ford Mustang you splurge for, get the $1,695 MagneRide damping system. These trick shocks make a world of difference when you're out on the road, and are well worth the investment.

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