Ford has fired up the configurator for the 2015 Mustang fastback and convertible, providing an in-depth look at official pricing and options information ahead of the redesigned pony car’s launch this fall.
The entry-point to the 2015 Mustang range, the V6 fastback equipped with the six-speed manual, will start from $24,425 (including destination), as a leaked dealer order guide revealed last month. Dropping the top adds $5,500 to the bottom line, bringing the MSRP to $29,925 for the V6 convertible.
The mid-level fastback EcoBoost commands $25,995, while the EcoBoost Premium is priced from $29,995 and $35,495 for fastback and convertible models, respectively.
For those wanting V8 power, the fastback GT will lighten wallets to the tune of $32,925; the fastback GT Premium starts from $36,925 and the convertible GT Premium nets $42,425.
All Mustang models come standard with push-button start, dual-zone automatic climate control, a leather-wrapped steering wheel with audio and cruise controls, a rearview camera and Sync with MyFord. Highlights from the options list include a six-speed automatic transmission ($1,150), voice-activated navigation ($750), Adaptive Cruise Control with Collision Mitigation ($1,195) and Recaro sports seats ($1,595).
Enthusiasts will want to tick off the box for the EcoBoost Performance Package ($1,995), which adds a 3.55 limited slip rear axle, heavy-duty front springs, strut-tower bar, larger rear sway bar, unique chassis tuning, larger brake rotors with four-piston calipers, an upsized radiator, reprogrammed EPAS and ABS stability systems, an aluminum dash panel, a gauge pack displaying oil pressure and boost, spoiler delete and 19-inch gloss black alloy wheels.
The GT Performance Package ($2,495) includes much of the above, as well as a 3.73 Torsen rear axle, a K-Brace and Brembo six-piston front calipers with larger rotors.
For more details, head over to http://www.ford.com/cars/mustang/2015 . I highly recommend building a Mustang or three for fun.