2017 Ford Mustang GT 2dr Fastback
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$30,360 MSRP $33,195
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The Mustang is now over half a century old, yet remains one of the most widely recognized and desired nameplates in the automobile business. Today's Mustang still delivers the bold styling, rear-drive performance and affordability that have been Mustang hallmarks for decades. The Mustang is available either as a coupe or convertible in V6, EcoBoost, or GT trims. V6 trims are equipped with a 300-hp 3.7-liter V6; EcoBoost with a 310-hp 2.3-liter four-cylinder; GT features a 435-hp 5.0-liter V8 engine. A six-speed manual transmission is standard, while a six-speed automatic is optional. Standard safety features include electronic stability control, traction control, four-wheel anti-lock disc brakes, side-impact airbags and sequential LED sequential tail lamps. All Mustangs come equipped with air-conditioning, alloy wheels, high-intensity discharge (HID) automatic headlights, limited slip differential and leather steering wheel with cruise and audio controls. Heated power leather seats, satellite radio, and a navigation system are just some of the available upgrade features. The Mustang is a carry-over model for 2017.
  • Engine 5.0LL V-8
  • Power 435@ 6500 RPM
  • Transmission 6-spd man w/OD
  • 0-60 4.7 seconds
  • Drivetrain rear-wheel
  • Seating 4 passengers
  • Cargo 13.5 cu.Ft.
  • MPG 15 City/ 25 HWY
  • Invoice $31,369.00
  • warranty 36 months/36,000 miles
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