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2024 - 2025 Ford Mustang

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- 2028 Coming Soon -

Ford is turning heads with reports that it is ending regular gas-model Mustangs and coming out with a Mustang EV. Back in 2017, Ford announced the expected addition of a hybrid to the Mustang's lineup. That didn't happen at the time, but now it is being said that the 2024 Mustang will be the last ICE (internal combustion engine) model and that the classic sports car will join the ranks of electric vehicles with a 2028 model year. Not much is known about the Mustang EV, but rumors indicate that... Read more

2015 - 2023 Ford Mustang

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The 2023 Ford Mustang is essentially a carryover model but loses the GT 500, the base V8 convertible trim, and blue and orange exterior colors. The next generation Mustang begins as a 2024 model and is expected to be available later this year. The Mustang is available in six trim levels, EcoBoost, EcoBoost Premium, GT, GT Premium, Mach 1, and Mach 1 Premium, and base prices range from $30,740 to $60,060. The EcoBoost and GT are available as convertibles for an extra $5,500. The insanely powerf... Read more

2010 - 2014 Ford Mustang

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2014 will be the final year of the current-generation Ford Mustang that debuted in 2005?it's also the model's 50th anniversary of production. The Mustang has always been rooted in affordable performance, and it continues for 2014?there is a Mustang in every flavor from mild to wild, to fit every taste and budget. The wraps have been pulled off the all-new 2015 Mustang, but it won't go into production until the end of 2014. In anticipation of the all-new model, the 2014 Mustang only gets some n... Read more

2005 - 2009 Ford Mustang

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The Mustang comes in two body styles: coupe and convertible. Each is available with a V6 or a V8. A five-speed manual transmission is standard; a five-speed automatic optional. With your choice between 2 body-styles, 4 trims, 2 engines, 2 transmissions and an array of available packages and optional features, the Mustang has something for everyone. Read more

1994 - 2004 Ford Mustang

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It's time to celebrate! The Ford Mustang turns 40 next year. On April 17, 1964, the first Mustang rolled onto the streets. Performance and style were its hallmarks and folks loved its long hood, short rear deck, and low profile. Anticipating next year�s milestone, every 2004 Mustang will have 40th Anniversary badges on the front fenders. They also get special exterior and interior upgrades. Wind noise has been reduced on 2004 models through the use of improved sealing, and both the V6 and V8 engines benefit from some minor refinements. After all these years, the Mustang still represents afford... Read more