With the Ford Mustang GT California Special Package catering to the much more powerful 5.0-liter V8 version of the Mustang line-up, it was important for Ford to have a separate package attached to the base Mustang model, the 3.6-liter V6 version.

This is where the V6 Pony Package comes in. As one of the two new special packages Ford has revealed for the 2013 line-up, the V6 Pony Package will see to it that your V6 Mustang gets some added exterior enhancements that would spice up the muscle car’s already smoldering looks. Ford has not released the full specs of details as far as what’s going to come with the V6 Pony Package, but we have been informed that some highlights will include a new chrome trim around the Mustang’s front grille and fog lights, a new rear spoiler, and a new set of 18" alloy wheels.

And just like the California Special Package for the Mustang GT, the V6 Pony Package will most likely be an exclusive aesthetic enhancement program, leaving the Mustang’s 3.6-liter V6 engine untouched.

That shouldn’t be all that problematic, especially if you know what you’re going to get with the V6 Pony Package. Besides, it’s not like the Mustang is a slouch without any engine modifications. It still packs an impressive 305 horsepower out of that V6 engine!

  • 2013 Ford Mustang V6 Pony Package
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    V6 engine
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    3600 L
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  (1) posted on 02.13.2012

The V6 engine is a 3.7l not 3.6l. The differential is 2.73 if you get the automatic. The V6 pony package only has leather seats and they are hot to the touch when the top is down in the convertible. At least they trimmed the hood back so the paint won’t get dinged from flying rocks. They deleted the amp and oil pressure guages.

  (858) posted on 12.20.2011

Great indeed but I still don’t like the front-mounted design of this, and I think they should use a lighter body paint on this Mustang. Moreover, 305 horsepower of this vehicle is I think not good enough for this.

  (419) posted on 12.8.2011

Its exterior enhancement is really great on it, and it looks more exclusive on that. However, I wonder either if why Ford didn’t use a V8 or V10 engine on it like they use to give on their vehicle.

  (427) posted on 12.7.2011

This Mustang is not very impressive on its exterior detailing unlike their other muscled car. Moreover, it’s so sad to know that they didn’t use a more efficient engine just like they use to adapt on their vehicle.

  (569) posted on 12.1.2011

Chevrolet is really more powerful than with this Mustang, but I’m still impressed with its engine for it will surely give a nice, and an impressive speed performance on this muscled vehicle.

  (296) posted on 11.27.2011

@AM222 thanks for the information. Well, the option that you gave is really cool and great! I will surely be looking forward to seeing the specifications of the vehicles that you said. smiley Thanks again.

  (1) posted on 11.27.2011

The 305hp 3.7 liter V6 is the base engine for the Mustang range. If you want more power, you get the GT with a 420hp 5.0 liter V8, next up is the Boss 302 with a 444hp version of the GT’s 5.0 liter V8, next to that is the 650hp Shelby GT500 with a supercharged 5.8 liter V8.

@Gero_Trevisano, 0-60mph(96km/h) acceleration for the 305hp Mustang V6 is 5.4 seconds.

  (296) posted on 11.25.2011

I just wonder if why Ford didn’t use a V8 or V10 for their Mustang vehicle instead with V6 only. Sure, V6 engine of it can really give a good performance but not like what V8 or V10 engine could give.

  (365) posted on 11.23.2011

V6 engine for a Mustang vehicle? I don’t think that it could give a nice speed on it. Anyway, I love the exterior enhancements of this Pony packaged of them. They perfectly spice up the smoldering looks of it.

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