Ford Mustang, Powerful Engine, High-Quality Interior, and Engaging Handling!

Ford Mustang is a style and design legend that perfectly meets the demands of car enthusiasts. It has such a stylish look that it can easily steal the limelight from some of the most attractive cars in the market when it’s properly customized. Its corner-carving handling ability and potent powertrains make it quite appealing for sports car lovers.

Ford Mustang must be on your list if you’re looking for a high-quality sports car with a competitive price tag. If you have a Ford Mustang, we’ll buy it for cash today and pay top dollar.

Ford Mustang Trim Levels

Ford Mustang is available in 7 trim levels that are designed for different types of users.

Ford Mustang EcoBoost (Starting from $27,205)

  • 17-in Sparkle Silver Aluminum Wheels
  • Power Side Mirrors
  • Track Apps with Real-Time Performance Metrics and Lap Times
  • Signature LED Sequential Tail Lights
  • Electronic Line-Lock
  • Independent Rear Suspension with Limited-Slip Rear Axle
  • LED Daytime Running Lights and Headlights

Ford Mustang EcoBoost Premium (Starting from $32,225)

  • 18-in Machined and Gloss Ebony Black Aluminum Wheels
  • Heated Side Mirrors
  • Heated and Cooled Front Seats
  • Aluminum Foot Pedals
  • Pony Projection Courtesy Lights
  • Black Decklid Spoiler
  • Selectable Drive Modes with Toggle Switches
  • LED Fog Lights
  • ActiveX Seat Trim
  • Illuminated Door Sill Scuff Plates

Ford Mustang GT (Starting from $36,285)

  • 18-in Machined and Gloss Ebony Black Aluminum Wheels
  • Magnetic Gray Raised Blade Decklid Spoiler
  • Rev-Matching Transmission
  • Dual Exhaust with Quad Tips
  • LED Fog Lights
  • Reverse Sensing System

Ford Mustang GT Premium (Starting from $40,285)

  • Illuminated Door Sill Scuff Plates
  • Heated Side Mirros with Integrated Turn Signals
  • MyColor Ambient Lighting
  • Selectable Drive Modes with Toggle Switches
  • Aluminum Foot Pedals
  • Heated and Cooled Front Seats
  • Leather-Trimmed Seating

Ford Mustang Mach1 (Starting from $53,400)

  • 19-in Machined and Tarnished Dark Aluminum Wheels
  • Active Valve Performance Exhaust System
  • Performance Rear Spoiler
  • Open Air Induction System
  • TREMEC Six-Speed Manual Transmission with Rev Matching
  • Black Brembo Front Brake Calipers
  • Mach 1 Instrument Panel BAdge with Unique Build Number
  • TORSEN Limited-Slip Rear Axle

Ford Mustang Mach1 Premium (Starting from $55,300)

  • Includes most features of Mach1 Plus:
  • Heated Steering Wheel
  • Aluminum Foot Pedals
  • Heated and Cooled Leather-Trimmed Front Seats
  • Memory Driver’s Seat and Mirror Settings

Ford Mustang Shelby GT500 (Starting from $72,900)

  • TREMEC Seven-Speed Dual-Clutch Transmission
  • Aluminum Foot Pedals
  • 20-in Flow-Formed High-Gloss Black Aluminum Wheels
  • Wide 305-mm Michelin Pilot Sport 4S Tires
  • Miko and Leather-Trimmed Front Seats
  • Red Brembo Front Brake Calipers
  • Alcantara and Leather-Wrapped Steering Wheel
  • HID Headlights
  • Remote Start System

Engine & Performance

Ford Mustang engine and performance

Ford Mustang is available in five different engine options that are designed to fulfill the requirements of different sports car lovers.

Engine Horsepower City MPG Highway MPG
Turbocharged 2.3L Four-Cylinder 310-hp 21mpg 32mpg
Turbocharged 2.3L Four-Cylinder 330-hp 21mpg 29mpg
5.0L V8 460-hp 15mpg 24mpg
5.0L V8 480-hp 15mpg 22mpg
Supercharged 5.2L V8 760-hp 11mpg 16mpg

All engine options are available with a six-speed manual or a seven-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission except for 5.2L engine as it comes with a 10-speed automatic transmission.

Ford Mustang Safety Features

With these advanced safety features, you’d feel relaxed while enjoying a powerful ride of Ford Mustang:

  • Lane Departure Warning
  • Rear Parking Sensors
  • Blindspot Monitoring System
  • Forward Collision Warning with Automatic Emergency Braking
  • Adaptive Cruise Control
  • Pedestrian Detection
  • Lane Keeping Assist System
  • MyKey
  • Rearview Camera

Ford Mustang Color Options

Ford Mustang comes in 10 different colors that can match anyone’s style:

  • Oxford White
  • Twister Orange
  • Carbonized Gray
  • Antimatter Blue
  • Race Red
  • Grabber Yellow
  • Rapid Red Metallic Tinted Clear Coat
  • Iconic Silver
  • Shadow Black
  • Velocity Blue

Infotainment & Entertainment

These infotainment features can add more fun to your rides:

  • 8-in Touchscreen Display
  • 12-in Digital Instrument Cluster
  • Standard six-speaker Stereo
  • Optional 12-Speaker Band & Olufsen Stereo
  • Voice-Controlled SYNC Infotainment System
  • Android Auto & Apple CarPlay
  • Wi-Fi Hotspot
  • Satellite Radio
  • HD Radio
  • FordPass Connect

Awards & Recognition

Ford Mustang has won several awards for its amazing performance such as

  • Tiffany Gold Medal for Excellence in American Design
  • Motor Car Trend of the Year Award in 1974
  • North American Car of The Year Award in 2021

Ford Mustang Brief History

Ford Mustang history

Ford Mustang was launched in 1964 as a coupe and convertible. It’s the fifth bestselling car among other Ford vehicles. It was best known for its long hood, short deck design. It became so popular that the company sold around 400,000 units of this car within a year. And within two years, the company had sold 1 million units of Ford Mustang.

Evolution of Ford Mustang

Since 1964, Ford has launched 6 generations of Ford Mustang with innovative upgrades.

First Generation (1964-1973)

Ford Mustang first generation

First generation Mustang was launched as a coupe and convertible allowing users to modify the car according to their styles. It was launched with three engine options including 170-CID straight-six, 4.3L V8, and 289-CID V8. In 1967, the 390-CID V8 engine replaced the 289-CID engine. Furthermore, the company launched a 482-CID Cobra Jet V8 engine for drag racing.

Second Generation (1974-1978)

Ford Mustang second generation

Second generation was available as a notchback and a hatchback. The engine options were 2.3L four-cylinder, 2.8L V6, and 4.9L V8. This generation won the MotorTrend’s Car of the Year Award.

Third Generation (1979-1993)

Ford Mustang third generation

A turbocharged 2.3L four-cylinder engine joined the lineup along with a 3.3L l-6 engine. The first convertible mustang was launched in 1983. The old straight-six engine was replaced by a 3.8L V6. Furthermore, the multi-port fuel injection replaced the four-barrel carburetor in 1986.

Fourth Generation (1994-2004)

Ford Mustang fourth generation

It was launched with a jellybean shape based on the demand of the consumers. The base engine was a 3.8L V6 and the top engine was a 4.9L V8. A 4.6L OHC V8 replaced the 4.9L V8 in 1996. The suspension was tuned for a softer ride.

Fifth Generation (2005-2014)

Ford Mustang fifth generation

Fifth generation was launched with a squared-off shape. The base variant had a 4.0L V6 engine while the top variant had a 4.6L V8 engine. The company launched two new engine options in 2011 including a 3.7L V6 and a 5.0L V8.

Sixth Generation (2015-Present)

Ford Mustang sixth generation

Sixth-generation was launched as a fastback and a convertible. There were two engine options including a 2.3L EcoBoost and a 5.0L Coyote V8. The new model was launched with an independent rear suspension system.

Ford Mustang Sales Figures

Here’s a year-by-year overview of Ford Mustang Units Sold Within the United States:

Year Ford Mustang Units Sold
1964 121,538
1965 559,451
1966 607,568
1967 472,121
1968 317,404
1969 299,824
1970 191,239
1971 151,484
1972 125,813
1973 134,817
1974 385,993
1975 188,575
1976 187,567
1977 153,173
1978 192,410
1979 369,936
1980 271,322
1981 182,552
1982 130,418
1983 120,873
1984 141,480
1985 156,514
1986 224,410
1987 169,772
1988 211,225
1989 209,769
1990 128,189
1991 98,737
1992 79,280
1993 114,335
1994 123,198
1995 136,962
1996 122,674
1997 116,610
1998 144,732
1999 166,915
2000 173,676
2001 169,198
2002 138,356
2003 140,350
2004 129,858
2005 160,975
2006 166,530
2007 134,626
2008 91,251
2009 66,623
2010 73,716
2011 70,438
2012 82,995
2013 77,186
2014 82,635
2015 122,349
2016 105,932
2017 81,866
2018 75,842
2019 72,489
2020 61,090
2021 52,414
2022 10,371

What’s the Cost of New and Used Ford Mustang?

A new Ford Mustang may cost around $27,205-$72,900 depending on the trim level you’re choosing. Similarly, a used Ford Mustang may cost around $9,900-49,900 depending on the model year, vehicle’s overall condition, and other factors.

Sell Your Ford Mustang for Cash

If you’re willing to sell your Ford Mustang at an attractive price, we’d be pleased enough to buy it from you. We’ve purchased thousands of Ford Mustang Units over the years because this car has a great value in the United State’s automotive industry. Feel free to fill out our online form or give us a call to get a reasonable quote for your Ford Mustang Today!

  • 20+ years buying cars

  • 220,000 happy customers and counting

  • 50 states. We’re in all 50 states.

Get Your Offer Now

Start by getting an offer on your car in under 2 minutes.