Several months after we first got wind of significant changes to the Mustang lineup for 2013, followed by introductions of the updated models at LA and most recently, Chicago Auto Shows, Ford has now released pricing information on the latest Ford pony cars.
With current economic conditions continuing to put a damper on new car sales, Ford has, despite adding a number of upgrades to each of the four models in the Mustang lineup, tried to maintain current pricing levels in most cases, despite the plethora of new features and options.
Despite featuring a revamped front fascia, hood, revised rear panel treatment (namely the rear taillights), plus revised, body color rocker panel treatment, base Mustang pricing remains fairly consistent with last year, the entry-level V6 coupe retailing for $22,995, while the convertible stickers at $27,995 (these prices are inclusive of the $750 destination charge). In Premium trim, V6 Mustangs retail for $26,995 (coupe) and $31,995 (convertible).
Moving on to the 5.0-liter, V8 powered GT, base price is $31,095 for the coupe, $36,095 for the convertible, with Premium level cars starting at $35,095 in coupe form; $40,095 as a ragtop (again all prices are included of the $750 delivery charge).
The most significant pricing change for the "regular" 2013 Mustang line, comes with the Boss 302, which now stickers at $42,995 including destination charge or, $49,995 in track ready Laguna Seca configuration.
As for options, prices range from just $35 for the likes of an engine block heater, to $85 for all-weather floormats; to $495 for Gotta Have it Green Paint (Boss 302 only), up to $1,995 for the Glass Roof panel and $2,495 for the Mustang GT track pack.
As for the 2013 Shelby GT500, official pricing has yet to be announced.