Wednesday, January 20, 2010
Ford Motor Company has officially released base pricing and options for the 2011 Mustang models as well as prices on available options for the revamped American legend. The V-6 Coupe and V-6 Coupe-Premium models, priced at $22,145 and $25,845 respectively, each cost slightly more than their 2010 versions (which were $20,995 and $23,995). But for a significant increase in power—305 bhp from 210 bhp—a couple thousand dollars more is a reasonable tradeoff. It’s the same story for the V-6 Convertible and V-6 Convertible-Premium, now priced at $27,145 and $30,845.
The V-8 Mustang GT pricing, however, really knocks you off your chair. Starting at $29,645 (up from $27,995), the GT Coupe’s 5.0-liter V-8 generates more than 400 bhp, something unheard of for under $30,000. The GT Coupe-Premium is set at $32,845 with a reasonable $34,645 for the GT Convertible and $37,845 for the GT Convertible-Premium.
Keep in mind the 2011 Mustang models will all be fitted with a 6-speed transmission as opposed to the 2010’s 5-speed. Some options that stand out include an automatic transmission ($995), a glass roof ($1995) and the Electronics package ($2340).