2015 Ford Mustang Configurator Goes Online

The moment every Stang enthusiast has been waiting for has finally arrived! The Blue Oval fired up the 2015 Ford Mustang configurator, and boy you're in for an extended trip down customizing lane.
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Let's start with the cheapest Mustangs money can buy these days. For the entry-level V6 model in fastback guise you'll have to spend $24,425 including freight, while sunshine fans need $29,925 to buy the least expensive convertible Stang from the 2015 model year.

This may come as an unexpected surprise from a manufacturer's online configurator, but not all the bits and bobs are available for virtual customization yet. In fact, exterior colors and a handful of options are the only variables you can play with at the moment. Nevertheless, everybody that dreams of owning or actually intents to buy a Ford Mustang can get a glimpse of how the all-American pony looks like according to their preferences.

Be warned though: if you get greedy with the options list, you'll see the net price climb faster than a helium-filled balloon towards the sky. For example, a 2015 Mustang GT Premium Convertible we've customized to our liking with the six-speed SelectShift automatic, a $1,795 401A package and a $1,595 50 Years Appearace Package, among other things, came to a grand total of over $50k.

That's top dollar for a non-Shelby Mustang variant, but still, don't get to carried away with the boxes that you tick. More spirited drivers may be interested in the 2015 Mustang GT Fastback dynamically enhanced by the $2,495 GT Track Package. Without abusing our customization options, this Stang stopped at the $37,015 mark, which is pretty good value considering this car's sporting credentials.

That's about enough chit-chat. Head on over to the 2015 Ford Mustang configuration microsite and start playing.
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About the author: Mircea Panait
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After a 1:43 scale model of a Ferrari 250 GTO sparked Mircea's interest for cars when he was a kid, an early internship at Top Gear sealed his career path. He's most interested in muscle cars and American trucks, but he takes a passing interest in quirky kei cars as well.
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