Available this spring, the new 2010 Ford Mustang features a new exterior and interior design, upgraded materials and a list of technologies and standard safety equipment—such as Ford's AdvanceTrac Electronic Stability Control system, all-speed traction control, anti-lock brakes and front and side air bags—for an affordable starting price of $20,995 (excluding destination and delivery) for the V-6 coupe and $25,995 for the convertible. The V-8 powered GT coupe base price is $27,995; the GT convertible starts at $32,995.
Mustang further distinguishes itself from the pack with an all-inclusive list of standard and optional industry-leading technologies and safety features, including:
- Ford SYNC® with 911 AssistTM, Vehicle Health Report (VHR), and new Traffic, Directions, and Information services
- Voice-activated Navigation with SIRIUS® Travel LinkTM
- Next-generation ambient interior lighting
- Reverse Camera System
The 2010 Mustang is jam-packed with unprecedented content, yet it weighs approximately 300 pounds less than the competing Camaro and Challenger. This leaner curb weight gives Mustang a competitive leg up in agility and contributes significantly to Mustang's unsurpassed 26 mpg.
The Mustang has a fuel economy of 26 mpg. Additionally, the vehicle's available engines, including the GT's beefy 4.6-liter V-8, also are designed to use regular 87-octane fuel, allowing customers to save even more money at the pump, according to the company.
Mustang also makes fill-ups more hassle-free with its standard Easy Fuel Capless Fuel Fuller system, a segment exclusive.
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