^ this. Plus Ford has been known to fudge numbers with past models, lets hope these are not exaggerated.
It will be interesting to see real world numbers, 25 combined would be ok for EB4.
Ford needs a EB6 that delivers 5.0 performance and EB4 MPG numbers.
While they've had issues with their more fuel efficient models, from a lot of the experiences I've seen on here, the Mustang's US fuel economy numbers actually seem to have been underestimated. My V6 for example is rated at 30 MPG on the highway, but I (and many others) have gotten well over that numerous times.
Current: 2014 V6 Mustang Premium, Automatic Transmission, Oxford White, Safety & Security Package.
Previous: 2006 Chevrolet Cobalt LS, bone-stock except for automatic transmission.