2010 Mustang priced under $22k
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