Since we first learned about the 2015 Ford Mustang many assumptions have been made as to its price, although at that time it was all just guesswork. Things have changed since then because Ford has finally shared details of the Ford Mustang 2015 pricing, and as expected, it carries a premium over the 2014 model.
Pricing for the 2015 Ford Mustang was finally released because the Detroit automaker has started to allow dealers to take orders for its new muscle car. The starting price for the all-new Ford mustang is $24,425 for the entry model, which does include destination and delivery.
If we were to compare the 2015 Ford Mustang vs. 2014 model, then the former carries a premium of $1,090, as the previous generation model costs $23,335.
Justifying the Ford Mustang 2015 price increase — There are several cases where a new model does not justify a price increase, but not so with the next generation Mustang, as this is an all-new model packed with new standard features and the new independent rear suspension, which gives the Mustang a more European feel when driving to the limit around corners, something that American muscle cars were often terrible at.
Ford has yet to release the full 2015 Ford Mustang pricing, although we expect to see this very soon seeing as though they will be available to purchase from the fall, although you can head down to your local Ford dealer.
We know that most of you will not be able to afford such a price, and so we were happy to report a few days ago that if you were lucky enough, you would be able to get yourself a new Mustang for just $20.
Ford needs the 2015 Ford Mustang to sell well considering it has lost sales over the years to the Camaro, although with a huge marketing campaign planned, one of which will take place this weekend in Europe, which we will talk about another time, Ford seems to be pulling out all the stops.