2004 Ford Mustang Overview


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Avg. Price: $6,316
Base Convertible
Avg. Price: $7,301
Avg. Price: $7,320
Deluxe Convertible
Avg. Price: $6,712
Avg. Price: $9,075
GT Premium Convertible
1 national listing
GT Convertible
Avg. Price: $9,902
GT Deluxe
GT Deluxe Convertible
GT Premium
1 national listing
Mach 1
Avg. Price: $14,281
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Average User Score

4.55 stars

Based on 105 reviews

Mach 1 Mustang Review by Angela
 — Wow! I love this car and I wouldn't trade it for any other. Performance: V8, 32 Valve DOHC has excellent acceleration, and good braking. I don't complain about the handling though I would not recomm... Read More
Very Good Bang For Your Buck! by Chris
 — Strait from the factory this machine puts out 310 hp, and 335 lb/ft tq. at the crank. Acceleration is pretty impressive, it will pull hard from 0-130mph. The car comes stock with sub frame connectors ... Read More
2004 Base Mustang by Anthony
 — I bought this car in June of 2007 with 29,000 miles on it. It was built in August of 2003. It has a 3.8L (232 ci) V6. It produces 193 horsepower and 225 lbs/ft torque. It also came with a 5 speed ... Read More

2004 Ford Mustang Overview

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2004 Ford Mustang

In 2004, the Ford Mustang celebrated its 40th birthday, yet the product itself seemed to have little to celebrate. Very few changes were put into the 2004 Ford Mustang, seemingly saving up all surprises for the revamped 2005 model. To celebrate the anniversary, all 2004's came with a commemorative badge. If you want to celebrate the anniversary even more, a 40th anniversary package is available, which comes with special wheels.
The standard engine for 2004 is a 193-horsepower V6. The GT has a 260-horsepower, 4.6-liter V8, while the Mach 1 sports a 310-horsepower 4.6-liter, V8 and the Cobra has a whopping 390-horsepower, 4.6-liter V8.


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