The latest item in the string of 2015 Ford Mustang information trickling out from Dearborn is a big one: full pricing for all trim levels and options via the official Mustang online configurator. We already knew the base price of the 2015 Ford Mustang V-6 fastback ($24,425 with destination), and now we know that the Mustang EcoBoost starts at $25,995, and the V-8 Mustang GT starts at $32,925, while the Mustang Convertible V-6 starts at $29,925, all with destination charges included.
Trim LevelsThe 2015 Ford Mustang fastback is available in five trim levels: V-6, EcoBoost, EcoBoost Premium, GT, and GT Premium. All come standard with a six-speed manual transmission, with a six-speed automatic a $1195 option. The $24,425 V-6 comes standard with HID headlights, pushbutton start, automatic climate control, and a backup camera. The $25,995 Mustang EcoBoost adds a 2.3-liter turbocharged four-cylinder and also gains a dual exhaust and power front seats. Opting for the $29,995 EcoBoost Premium adds leather seats, heated mirrors, satellite radio, 18-inch wheels, LED fog lamps, aluminum trim inside, and special pony projection lights that display the Mustang pony logo on the ground beneath the car. Finally, the $32,925 GT model adds the full-bore, 5.0-liter V-8, along with hood vents, a decklid spoiler, and a blind spot warning system; the $36,925 GT Premium model gains leather seats, a 9-speaker premium sound system with amplifier, ambient lighting on the inside, and the MyFord Touch infotainment system.
The trim level structure for the 2015 Ford Mustang convertible is a little simpler, as this model is only available in V-6, EcoBoost Premium, and GT Premium trim levels. The V-6 model starts at $29,925, the four-cylinder, turbocharged EcoBoost Premium trim costs $35,495, and the GT Premium convertible starts at $42,425, making it the most expensive Mustang—at least for now.
Option PricingAlong with the expected color palette and wheel selector, key option pricing is included in the 2015 Mustang configurator, like the $1995 EcoBoost Performance Package that adds a strut-tower brace, a larger rear sway bar, bigger brake rotors and four-piston calipers, 19-inch aluminum wheels, a 3.55 limited slip rear axle, oil pressure and boost gauges, and different stability control, steering and ABS tuning. A similar Performance Package for Mustang GT models costs $2495 and includes all of the EcoBoost Performance Pack’s kit while also adding Brembo six-piston front brake calipers and a 3.73 Torsen rear axle instead of the Ecoboost’s 3.55 rear axle.
The EcoBoost, EcoBoost Premium, GT, and GT Premium fastback models offer Recaro sport seats for $1595, which are trimmed in leather on Premium models. While standard V-6, EcoBoost, and GT models don’t offer many options, EcoBoost Premium and GT Premium models offer a whole host of luxury features, starting with a 201A Package that adds a Shaker audio system, a memory driver’s seat, and a blind spot warning system for $1795. To these Premium models, you can also add adaptive cruise control for $1195 or navigation for $795 on either fastback or convertible bodystyles.
Although there will be a limited run of 2015 Ford Mustang 50 Year Edition models, other 2015 Mustang buyers can get similar upgrades to these special edition cars with the $1595 50 Years Appearance Package available on EcoBoost Premium and GT Premium fastback and convertible models. This package changes the look of the upper grille, adds a special rear gas cap badge and 19-inch aluminum wheels, and changes the look of the interior with unique floor mats, seat inserts, door trim, and a 50 Years dash panel.
Click here to head on over to the 2015 Ford Mustang configurator and build a version of the new pony car for yourself.