If you’ve been wondering how much some of the options and packages might cost for a new 2015 Mustang you’re in luck.
Numbers captured from a dealer ordering list provide a pretty good scope of exactly how much a lot of those most talked-about features will cost on the new Ford pony car, as detailed in an Auto Blog report.
The list zeroes in on five specific models including the 3.7-liter V6, 2.3-liter EcoBoost and GT with the 5.0-liter V8. Among the 10 available paint colors, 2 will cost extra including Triple Yellow at $495 and Ruby Red Tint at $395.
Opting for a navigation system will cost an additional $795. The Reverse parking assist system will cost $295, according to the report. For the EcoBoost and GT models, expect to pay an extra $1,195 for the six-speed automatic. Adaptive cruise control will cost an additional $1,195 as well.
Most of the pricier features, however, come in the area of performance as would be expected.
The GT model will be available with a limited-slip 3.55 rear end that’ll bump the price up $395. A GT Performance package will tack on an additional $2,495.
Opting for Recaro leather seats will kick the cost up an extra $1,595. The EcoBoost model is available with what’s called an EcoBoost Performance package for $1,995. And a Mustang GT.50th Anniversary and SVT will reportedly add an additional $1,595 to the cost.
Now, who’s ready to order?
Source [Auto Blog]