2016 Ford Mustang Pricing Remains Unchanged, New Packages Priced
First, the bad news with this piece is that the first official pricing for the 2016 Ford Mustang does not include any mention of the new Shelby GT350 super-Stang. Throughout the many line items detailing 2016 Mustang pricing, there was not a single mention of the new GT350, so the cost of the new Shelby remains a total mystery.
However, the Ford document posted on Mustang6g revealed the pricing for the 2016 Ford Mustang in V6, EcoBoost, GT and the various premium trims along with details for both the fastback and the coupe. We also get a long list of option prices, all of which appear to be the same as the 2015 Mustang when applicable. Also, while there is no mention of the new Shelby, we do get some insight on pricing for the new options for the 2016 model year, including the Black Accent Package and the EcoBoost Pony Package.
2016 Mustang Prices
The 2016 Ford Mustang pricing revealed thus far pertains to the V6, EcoBoost and GT models for both the fastback and convertible, along with the EcoBoost Premium and GT Premium packages. In every case, the pricing for the 2016 Mustang remains the same as the prices for the 2015 Mustang, including the $895 destination fee (prices below do not include destination).
The base model 2016 Mustang V6 fastback starts at $23,800 while the droptop V6 starts at $29,300 and there is no Premium package for either of the Mustang V6 models. The V6 popular equipment group still costs $995.
The 2016 Ford Mustang EcoBoost fastback still costs $25,300 while the EcoBoost Premium fastback starts at $29,300 and the EcoBoost Premium convertible starts at $34,800. It should be noted that EcoBoost and GT convertibles are only available with Premium trim.
Finally, the 2016 Ford Mustang GT fastback starts at $32,300, the GT Premium fastback starts at $36,300 and the GT convertible starts at $41,800. The popular equipment group for both the EcoBoost Premium and the GT Premium costs $1,795, just like the 2015 model year.
Option Prices for 2016
There is a long list of options priced out thus far for the 2016 Ford Mustang, but we will touch on the key line items, starting with the 6-speed automatic transmission that costs $1,195 and a 3.55 rear axle setup that adds $395 to the bottom line.
The Recaro cloth sport seats in the EcoBoost and GT non-Premium models cost $1,595 and the leather Recaro seats for the EcoBoost Premium and GT Premium costs the same amount.
The 2016 Mustang EcoBoost Performance Package costs $1,995 while the EcoBoost Pony Package costs $895 for convertibles and $995 for fastbacks.
The 2016 Mustang GT Performance Package adds either $2,495 or $2,690 depending on the wheel package chosen, the Black Accent Package adds $995 and the new California Special package adds $1,995 – making for a great deal on the new GT/CS.
Finally, the new black roof option for the 2016 Mustang EcoBoost and GT adds $695 while the new over the top racing stripe package costs $475.