2015 Ford Mustang Configurator is Live
Do you often times find yourself admiring images of the 2015 Mustang and singing (be it in your head or, inexplicably, aloud) Paula Cole’s “I Don’t Wanna Wait?” Then we’ve got just the thing for you, dear reader: the 2015 Ford Mustang configurator is now live for your perusal!
If you often times find yourself singing Paula Cole’s “I Don’t Wanna Wait” for absolutely no reason whatsoever, then we recommend that you stop living in the past immediately and get with the times. Get outside and make some friends or something. We’re not going back to the Creek again, no matter how much you’d like to.
In any case, you can jump into the 2015 Ford Mustang configurator and tool around with the eight different models: V6 fastback, EcoBoost® fastback, EcoBoost® Premium fastback, GT fastback, GT Premium fastback, V6 convertible, EcoBoost® Premium convertible, and GT Premium convertible.
From there, you can select an additional package that bundles in a number of features, choose your interior/exterior colors and accessories, and share that bad boy on Facebook. It’s almost as good as actually owning a Mustang, except you don’t actually own a Mustang and it just kind of makes you want to own one even more.
The 2015 Ford Mustang configurator will have to tide you over until later this fall when the next-gen pony starts hitting dealership. In the meantime, feel free to share your ideal 2015 Mustang with us.
Here’s ours: a black EcoBoost® Premium convertible (manual) with the 201A equipment group (Shaker™ Pro Audio, memory driver’s seat an mirrors, BLIS with Cross Traffic Alert), 50 Years appearance package, reverse sensing system, spoiler delete, 19” x 9” Gloss Black Premium Painted Aluminum Wheels, Adaptive Cruise Control, and Voice-Activated Nav. That’s $43 grand well spent.
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