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2010 Ford Mustang Trims

GT

Avg. Price: $21,632

GT trims get air conditioning, a tilt steering wheel, cruise control, cloth upholstery on the front bucket and split-folding rear seats, power mirrors, windows, and locks, remote keyless entry, an AM/FM/CD player with a digital-media player connection, a tachometer, variable-intermittent wipers, a rear defogger, aluminum trim, automatic headlights, and, of course, floormats.

GTs get a 15-hp increase from last year in their 4.6-liter V8, up to 315 this year, due to the implementation of a cold-air system like that used on Bullitt editions previously. This powertrain gets 15/23 mpg with the manual transmission and 15/22 when equipped with the automatic, according to the EPA.

Standard safety features are dual front and front side airbags, antilock four-wheel disc brakes, an antiskid system, Post-Crash Alert, a tire pressure monitor, and an emergency inside trunklid release. A 3.73 Axle Ratio Package, available on GTs, will provide not only the 3.73 rear axle ratio, but upgraded brakes and an antiskid system, as well as larger wheels and a tuned suspension.

V6 Premium and GT trims also have the option of a full glass roof panel, a unique option in the class.

GT Convertible

Avg. Price: $23,948

GT trims get air conditioning, a tilt steering wheel, cruise control, cloth upholstery on the front bucket and split-folding rear seats, power mirrors, windows, and locks, remote keyless entry, an AM/FM/CD player with a digital-media player connection, a tachometer, variable-intermittent wipers, a rear defogger, aluminum trim, automatic headlights, a power top, and, of course, floormats.

GTs get a 15-hp increase from last year in their 4.6-liter V8, up to 315 this year, due to the implementation of a cold-air system like that used on Bullitt editions previously. This powertrain will get 15/23 mpg with the manual transmission and 15/22 when equipped with the automatic, according to the EPA.

Standard safety features are dual front and front side airbags, antilock four-wheel disc brakes, an antiskid system, Post-Crash Alert, a tire-pressure monitor, and an emergency inside trunklid release. A 3.73 Axle Ratio Package, available on GTs, will provide not only the 3.73 rear axle ratio, but upgraded brakes and an antiskid system, as well as larger wheels and a tuned suspension.

GT Premium

Avg. Price: $21,760

GT Premium trims enjoy air conditioning, a leather-wrapped tilt steering wheel, cruise control, leather upholstery on the front bucket and split-folding rear seats, a six-way power driver’s seat, power mirrors, windows, and locks, remote keyless entry, aluminum interior trim, an upgraded sound system with satellite radio, Bluetooth, voice recognition, and an iPod adapter, a tachometer, variable-intermittent wipers, a rear defogger, and, of course, floormats.

All GTs get a 15-hp increase from last year in their 4.6-liter V8, up to 315 this year, due to the implementation of a cold-air system like that used on Bullitt editions previously. This powertrain will get 15/23 mpg with the manual transmission and 15/22 when equipped with the automatic, according to the EPA.

Standard safety features are dual front and front side airbags, antilock four-wheel disc brakes, an antiskid system, Post-Crash Alert, a tire pressure monitor, and an emergency inside trunklid release. A 3.73 Axle Ratio Package, available on GTs, will provide not only the 3.73 rear axle ratio, but upgraded brakes and an antiskid system, as well as larger wheels and a tuned suspension.

V6 Premium and GT trims also have the option of a full glass roof panel, a unique option in the class.

GT Premium Convertible

Avg. Price: $24,484

GT Premium trims enjoy air conditioning, a leather-wrapped tilt steering wheel, cruise control, leather upholstery on the front bucket and split-folding rear seats, a six-way power driver’s seat, power mirrors, windows, and locks, remote keyless entry, aluminum interior trim, an upgraded sound system with satellite radio, Bluetooth, voice recognition, and an iPod adapter, a tachometer, variable-intermittent wipers, a rear defogger, automatic headlights, a power top, and, of course, floormats.

All GTs get a 15-hp increase from last year in their 4.6-liter V8, up to 315 this year, due to the implementation of a cold-air system like that used on Bullitt editions previously. This powertrain will get 15/23 mpg with the manual transmission and 15/22 when equipped with the automatic, according to the EPA.

Standard safety features are dual front and front side airbags, antilock four-wheel disc brakes, an antiskid system, Post-Crash Alert, a tire pressure monitor, and an emergency inside trunklid release. A 3.73 Axle Ratio Package, available on GT’s, will provide not only the 3.73 rear axle ratio, but upgraded brakes and an antiskid system, as well as larger wheels and a tuned suspension.

V6

Avg. Price: $15,591

The entry-level Mustang comes quite well-equipped, with air conditioning, a tilt steering wheel, cruise control, cloth upholstery on the front bucket and split-folding rear seats, power mirrors, windows, and locks, remote keyless entry, an AM/FM/CD player with a digital-media player connection, a tachometer, variable-intermittent wipers, a rear defogger, and, of course, floormats.

A not-anemic 4.0-liter, 210-hp V6 powers non-GT trims and actually outperforms many V8s in the model’s history. It comes with the option of either a manual or automatic five-speed, both praised almost unanimously for their smooth and precise operation. The EPA estimates 17/26 mpg for manual-equipped V6s and 16/24 for the same engine mated to the five-speed automatic.

Standard safety features are dual front and front side airbags, antilock four-wheel disc brakes, an antiskid system, Post-Crash Alert, a tire pressure monitor, and an emergency inside trunklid release.

V6 Convertible

Avg. Price: $16,223

V6 Convertible Mustangs come quite well-equipped, with air conditioning, a tilt steering wheel, cruise control, cloth upholstery on the front bucket and split-folding rear seats, power mirrors, windows, and locks, remote keyless entry, an AM/FM/CD player with a digital-media player connection, a tachometer, variable-intermittent wipers, a rear defogger, a power top and, of course, floormats.

A not-anemic 4.0-liter, 210-hp V6 powers non-GT trims and actually outperforms many V8s in the model’s history. It comes with the option of either a manual or automatic five-speed, both praised almost unanimously for their smooth and precise operation. EPA estimates 17/26 mpg for manual-equipped V6s and 16/24 for the same engine mated to the five-speed automatic.

Standard safety features are dual front and front side airbags, antilock four-wheel disc brakes, an antiskid system, Post-Crash Alert, a tire pressure monitor, and an emergency inside trunklid release.

V6 Premium

Avg. Price: $16,038

Premium versions of the V6 enjoy air conditioning, a leather-wrapped tilt steering wheel, cruise control, cloth upholstery on the front bucket and split-folding rear seats, a six-way power driver’s seat, power mirrors, windows, and locks, remote keyless entry, aluminum interior trim, an upgraded sound system with satellite radio, Bluetooth, voice recognition, an iPod adapter, a tachometer, variable-intermittent wipers, a rear defogger, and, of course, floormats.

A not-anemic 4.0-liter, 210-hp V6 powers non-GT trims and actually outperforms many V8s in the model’s history. It comes with the option of either a manual or automatic five-speed, both praised almost unanimously for their smooth and precise operation. EPA estimates 17/26 mpg for manual-equipped V6s and 16/24 for the same engine mated to the five-speed automatic.

Standard safety features are dual front and front side airbags, antilock four-wheel disc brakes, an antiskid system, Post-Crash Alert, a tire pressure monitor, and an emergency inside trunklid release.

V6 Premium and GT trims also have the option of a full glass roof panel, a unique option in the class.

V6 Premium Convertible

Avg. Price: $17,195

Premium versions of the V6 enjoy air conditioning, a leather-wrapped tilt steering wheel, cruise control, cloth upholstery on the front bucket and split-folding rear seats, a six-way power driver’s seat, power mirrors, windows, and locks, remote keyless entry, aluminum interior trim, an upgraded sound system with satellite radio, Bluetooth, voice recognition, and an iPod adapter, a tachometer, variable-intermittent wipers, a rear defogger, power top, and, of course, floormats.

A not-anemic 4.0-liter, 210-hp V6 powers non-GT trims and actually outperforms many V8s in the model’s history. It comes with the option of either a manual or automatic five-speed, both praised almost unanimously for their smooth and precise operation. The EPA estimates 17/26 mpg for manual-equipped V6s and 16/24 for the same engine mated to the five-speed automatic.

Standard safety features are dual front and front side airbags, antilock four-wheel disc brakes, an antiskid system, Post-Crash Alert, a tire pressure monitor, and an emergency inside trunklid release.