Ford Mustang fans can now finally build the 2015 Mustang the way they want, since the configurator is finally live.
Ford Mustang fans can now finally build the 2015 Mustang the way they want, since the configurator is finally live. The 2015 Mustang Coupe starts at $23,600 before the $825 destination fees and the Convertible starts at $29,100.
If you want more than the basic V6 Mustang Coupe, you can step up to the 2.3L EcoBoost version, which starts at $25,170 and the Mustang GT starts at $32,100. The pricing for the 2015 Mustang Coupe is about $1,000 over the outgoing model, while the base price for the Convertible is up $1,590. The GT Convertible is priced at $41,600.
There have been rumors that the new Mustang is significantly heavier than the outgoing model with some reports claiming that it could weigh up to 300 pounds more. A new leaked dealer manual can now put those rumors to rest, since it reveals that the new Mustang is less than 100 pounds heavier across the board. Mustang 6G has revealed the official specs, with the manual Mustang V6 weighing in at 3,526 pounds, the manual four-cylinder at 3,517 pounds and the manual GT coming in at 3,704 pounds. For the automatic versions, the V6 weighs 3,529 pounds, the EcoBoost comes in at 3,512 pounds and the GT weighs 3,727.