German 2015 Mustang Price and Packaging Info Uncovered
If you reside in Germany and are eager to get your hands on a Ford Mustang, then 2015 is going to be your year. Just know that, when compared to the cost of a Mustang in its country of origin, you’ll be paying a pretty-penny premium for the right to pilot your pony.
- EcoBoost Fastback (manual) – €34,000 (~$41,511)
- EcoBoost Fastback (auto) – €36,000 (~$43,953)
- EcoBoost Convertible (manual) – €38,000 (~$46,394)
- EcoBoost Convertible (auto) – €40,000 (~$48,836)
- GT Fastback (manual) – €39,000 (~$47,615)
- GT Fastback (auto) – €41,000 (~$50,057)
- GT Convertible (manual) – €43,000 (~$52,500)
- GT Convertible (auto) – €45,000 (~$54,941)
From the looks of it, Ford is not offering a V6 base model to the fine folks in Deutschland, meaning they’ll have to make do with the EcoBoost or the GT.
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Comparatively, a Mustang EcoBoost Fastback starts at $25,300 USD for the manual and $26,495 USD for the auto, an EcoBoost Convertible runs $34,800 USD for the manual and $35,995 USD for the automatic, a GT Fastback runs $32,300 USD for the manual and $33,495 USD for the automatic, and a GT Convertible runs $41,800 USD for the manual and $42,995 USD for the automatic. Across the board, a Mustang will cost at least $10,000 more in Germany than it will in America.
Oh mein gott. Still, if you’re a Berliner hankering for horsepower, you’ll likely plunk down your Euros gladly and without any concern for what the perceived cost of a Mustang is in the West.
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