Ford Mustang Pricing and Specs
When Ford announced its plan to introduce the Mustang into the local marketplace, even the company’s own executives were unsure whether Australians would warm to this all-American fastback muscle car in any significant numbers. But with the 'Stang collating 2000 orders and a 12-month waiting list before the first car arrived in a dealership, it seems they needn’t have worried. Available at launch with a big V8 in the $65,916 Mustang GT 5.0 V8, but also with a fuel-focussed four-cylinder engine in the $45,990 Mustang Fastback 2.3 GTDI, the Mustang is a two door, four seat icon, available with a hard top or a convertible roof. It’s available with an automatic or manual gearbox.
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