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.
The 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.
Along 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.