Ford will lower the price of the all new Mustang by a whopping $95 to $19,410 (including delivery charges). Ford obviously is acknowledging the fact that the more powerful 300 horsepower GT is "a heck of a deal" even at a raised price of $24,995, the base model will be their top seller. A Ford spokesman admits the V6 accounts for about two-thirds of Mustang sales. The higher price on the GT shouldn't affect sales, since everyone I know will be lining up to pay $83 per horse.
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