2006 Ford Mustang Overview


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GT Deluxe
Avg. Price: $14,458
GT Deluxe Convertible
Avg. Price: $15,187
GT Premium
Avg. Price: $14,348
GT Premium Convertible
Avg. Price: $15,069
V6 Base
2 national listings
Avg. Price: $9,688
V6 Base Convertible
2 national listings
Avg. Price: $11,527
V6 Deluxe
Avg. Price: $10,126
V6 Deluxe Convertible
Avg. Price: $11,582
V6 Premium
Avg. Price: $10,554
V6 Premium Convertible
Avg. Price: $11,014

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Average User Score

4.65 stars

Based on 129 reviews

Stays True To Mustang Lineage by Matt
 — Performance isn't a lot but it's enough. It's just fast enough to be fun. Build quality isn't quite German quality, but I do know it's a lot better than the older ones. The interior quadrupled in qual... Read More
My Ruby Princess by Shelli
 — I love this car with all my heart. The Ford Mustang has been my dream car ever since I was 15 years old. When Ford came out with the new retro body style, I fell even more in love with the Mustang... Read More
All-in-all, A Good, Fun, Solid Vehicle With A Few Imperfections With Miles Of Smiles And Style. by Ross
 — Has a big V6 but could use more power for its size. Brakes are soft and not quite up to par. Differential is open and prone to slippage even on dry pavement. Back seat is negligible. Might as well be ... Read More

2006 Ford Mustang Overview

Overall User Score

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Based on 129 reviews

2006 Ford Mustang

For the second year in a row, the Ford Mustang made Car and Driver's Ten-Best list.  Seems like Ford spent some time ramping up for the release of the Shelby by improving the cars already on the line.  

The base models sport a 210-horsepower V6, while the GTs feature a 300-horsepower V8.  Both engines provide even more pep than their numbers may seem to indicate.


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Ford Mustang Questions


2006 Mustang Gt Completely Stocked. What Parts To Replace?

Hello, I have a 2006 Mustang GT automatic completely stocked. It has 120,000 miles on it and I believe this is the time to brace myself to change major parts like the engine, transmission and so on....

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2006 Ford Mustang - Ruins Alternators & Batteries

Okay, I have owned my 2006 Mustang since September of 2005. It was my first car, I still own it, and it is an every day driver. It has always been outside - never garage kept (I've lived in places w...

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Where Is The Ecm On A 2006 Mustang Convertible?

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Can U Make Car Payments To Dealership , Cause I Have Bad Credit

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Mike Burnside

Battery Issues

Ok, I own a 2006 Mustang GT. I've owned the car since new and have now replaced the battery for the second time! It only has 34.000 KM, nothing has been changed, or modified. Is anyone else having th...

1,715 views with 17 answers (last answer 2 months ago)