Australian Ford Mustang to start from $44,990

The Ford Mustang will start from $44,990 when it arrives in Australia later this year.
The Ford Mustang will start from $44,990 when it arrives in Australia later this year.

THE all-new Ford Mustang will start from $44,990 when it arrives in Australia later this year. 

Fastback models will start from $44,990 plus on-roads for the 2.3-litre petrol engine partnered with a six-speed Getrag manual transmission Fastback. A six-speed automatic is a $2500 option.

The range topper is the six-speed automatic GT 5.0-litre V8 Convertible, retail price of $63,990.

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"With such sharp pricing, we're signaling that there's a new Ford performance car coming and we intend to grab our rightful share of enthusiasts who value style, technology, performance and the history that the Mustang name brings," says Graeme Whickman, vice president marketing, sales and service.

"It's a technologically advanced car without forgetting the heritage that has inspired Ford customers for generations."

Ford already holds about 1200 orders for the Mustang Fastback and Convertible. More than 15,000 fans and intending buyers have also requested more information about the car via the Ford website.

Customers will initially be able to option their Mustang I4 and GT Fastback with OTT racing stripes and black painted roof, 19-inch Premium Wheels with Lustre Nickel finish on the GT and prestige paint.

2.3-litre EcoBoost

Fastback (m) $44,990

Fastback (a) $47,490

Convertible (a) $53,990

GT 5.0-litre Ti-VCT V8

Fastback (m) $54,990

Fastback (a) $57,490

Convertible (a) $63,990


'Over the top' Racing Stripes $650

Black Painted Roof $975

19" Premium Wheel with Luster Nickel Finish $500

Prestige paint $500

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