2010 Mustang priced under $22k

2010 Ford Mustang
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The Ford Mustang has always covered a wide territory. The base model was first introduced as a "secretary’s car" - something that would appeal to young professionals who didn’t have a lot to spend. When the engine and other mechanical bits were upgraded with optional performance parts, it also found a home with muscle car folks. The same holds true for today.

$21,845 is the entry fee for a ride in a 2010 Mustang. That’s the secretary’s car with a V6 engine and a few creature comforts. Although that’s probably not your first choice, it does undercut the base V6 model 2010 Chevrolet Camaro ($22,995) and the 2009 Dodge Challeger ($21,995).

But you more likely want a car that creates a muscle car image rather than cashes in on the muscle car image. So you’ll upgrade to the the Mustang GT. It will get costly going to the top-of-the-line. Wihtout checking option boxes, the 2010 Ford Mustang GT Convertible Premium model starts at $36,845.

More options and pricing after the jump.

Mustang’s list of options include: a $1,995 glass roof, $300 Red Candy specialty paint and a $2,195 electronics package, which includes a navigation system and dual zone automatic temperature control; $395 for the "over the top" racing stripe and $345 for the remote starter on automatic transmission models. The five-speed automatic transmission is priced at $995, the 18-inch painted or polished aluminum wheels at $495 and the GT Premium model, will cost $1,095.

Source: Inside Line

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7 comments:

  (233) posted on 12.7.2008

yea lol if we built the next generation mustang they’d have to quit makin cars cus all the ones they make wouldn’t fall apart or get ty gas mileage so they couldn’t make the next generation better and make it last 4 yrs instead of 3 and have 315hp instead of 300 lol...

there’d be no reason to ever make another one cus this one would be perfect and they’d quit selling mustangs
altogether and ford would finally crash... lol

AK47  (1024) posted on 12.7.2008

Or maybe a set of bilsteins used on the EVO. Better yet, why don’t you and I take over the development of the next generation Mustang. We’ll give it leather seats, navigation, Bose stereo, extreme bodykits with all aluminum chassis and a super hot chick for the first week of ownership just to keep you company, all for 22K.

Of course, there is a good chance the Ford shareholders will kill us in our sleep.

AK47  (233) posted on 12.7.2008

oh yes please... like while they’re at it throw out the whole suspension set up...go with macphereson struts up front and a multilink... like 5 or 7 bars in the back and give this thing some handling

AK47  (1024) posted on 12.6.2008

And drop the rear live axle.

AK47  (233) posted on 12.6.2008

agreed... make it a 24valve or at least 18 v-6 with a dohc instead of a sohc...that’d output around 300+ hp with a 3.8 liter... and make the v-8 32valve v8 dohc. make it a 5 liter and you’re good for close to 400 hp

AK47  (1024) posted on 12.6.2008

It doesn’t have to have turbos. What the engines need is a few more valves with a set of smart engineers.

AK47  (1024) posted on 12.5.2008

Its gonna be pretty embaressing when the V8 GT gets its doors blown off by a V6 370Z which will have a lower price tag and more gadgets.

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