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- Build Your Own: This tab prices your Ford Mustang with options, gives side-by-side car comparisons and requests a quote.
- Get Price Quotes: This tab provides pricing from local dealerships. Get as many quotes as possible. When dealers compete you save.
- Search Inventory: This tab tells you which local dealerships have your Ford Mustang in stock.
- Financing: This tab compares interest rates. Dealers don't always offer the best deal.
- Trade-In Values: This tab tells you what your current car is worth so you can complete your deal.
- Mustang Reviews: Still not sure about the car? Click on the "Mustang Reviews" tab to learn about the vehicle.
- Build Your Own
- Price Quote
- Search Inventory
- Trade-In Values
- Mustang Reviews
Build your own Ford Mustang to your specifications. Price with options, compare cars side-by-side and request a quote. Click on “Build this Car” below.
Get Ford Mustang pricing from local dealerships. Get as many quotes as possible because when dealers compete for your business, you save.
Find out which local dealerships have your new Ford Mustang in stock. You can contact the dealers by phone or email.
Find out what your current car is worth so you can complete your deal.
Compare interest rates because dealers don’t always offer the best deal.
Still not sure about the Ford Mustang? Read reviews to learn more about the vehicle.
This newly-minted Mustang GT coupe still looks unmistakably like a Mustang with that classic stretched hood and stubby tail, muscular body bulges and way-big wheels. And Mustang signatures have been retained — the C-scoops on flanks, tri-part lamps on the tail and a shark’s pointed nose with round headlamps.
Holy Seatbelt: This thing, feeling like some vintage rocket-charged racer, rips around Ford’s track at triple-digit speed while delivering a deep-bleat blast from quad exhaust pipes at the tail…. the limited-production 2012 Mustang Boss 302 based on the 2011 Mustang GT but packing a kick-butt 5.0-liter (302-cubic-inch) V8 tied to a six-speed manual transmission with a 3.73:1 rear-axle ratio, torque-sensing (Torsen) limited-slip differential, Brembo front brake calipers, adjustable shocks, 19-inch speed-rated performance tires and Recaro bolstered front bucket seats.
The Ford Mustang has more than four decades of heritage, and the newest generation is among the most beautiful of all. It perfectly blends modern design principles with the classic muscle-car shape that was born in the 1960s. And the Mustang’s interior looks snazzy, but it feels like junk.
The history of Ford’s popular Mustang pony car scores another performance record with the debut of the 2007 Ford Shelby GT500. Conformed as a hardtop coupe or soft top convertible, the GT500 becomes the most powerful factory-built Mustang ever.
For 2006 Ford’s pony car, rising from a rigid rear-wheel-drive (RWD) chassis, conforms as a sporty two-door hardtop coupe or a luxurious new soft-top convertible.