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About The Ford Mustang


For decades, the Ford Mustang has remained an icon of American automotive muscle. Featuring an aggressive design and even more aggressive performance, the Ford Mustang stands out from the crowd.

While today's Ford Mustang still pays homage to the vehicle's incredible legacy, there's certainly nothing outdated about the newest Mustang models. Today, the Ford Mustang features the latest technology both inside the cabin and under the hood, designed to make the Mustang a pleasure to drive as well as make it faster than ever before. If you are looking for a powerful sports car that offers the comforts of a good daily driver, you can't go wrong with the Ford Mustang.

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Popular Years

2013-2014 Ford Mustang

The 2013 and 2014 Ford Mustang models marked the end of the vehicle's fifth generation, which began when Ford unveiled the 2005 Mustang in 2004. The 2013-2014 Ford Mustang comes equipped with a 3.72L V6 engine that produces 305 hp, while the 2013-2014 Mustang GT comes equipped with a 5.0L 412 hp V8 Coyote engine.

These two powerful new engines were more than enough to excite Mustang fans about the vehicle's new generation, but they weren't the only updates that Ford made. In addition to tweaking both the interior and exterior design of the Mustang to make it look and feel like a sleek and modern sports car, Ford also equipped 2013-2014 Mustang models with the latest tech features. On the 2014 Ford Mustang GT Premium, for example, you will find features such as a 4.2" color LCD display, a Ford SYNC® voice-activated, in-vehicle connectivity system, an auto-dimming rearview mirror, and much more.

2015-Present Ford Mustang

The current generation Ford Mustang began with the 2015 model. To mark the beginning of the vehicle's sixth generation, Ford redesigned both the interior and exterior of the Mustang and equipped it with three new engine options - a 2.3L EcoBoost 310 hp four-cylinder engine for the Ford Mustang EcoBoost, a 3.7L 300 hp V6 engine for the Ford Mustang V6, and a 5.0L Coyote 435 hp V8 for the Ford Mustang GT. Ford also designed a new independent rear suspension system for the sixth generation Mustang designed to improve the vehicle's handling and make it more comfortable to drive.

In 2018, the Mustang saw another major update as Ford redesigned the engine lineup once again for the 2018 model. The V6 engine was dropped from the lineup and replaced with a new 2.3L turbocharged 4-cylinder engine that now serves as the base level engine for the Ford Mustang. The 5.0L V8 engine in the 2018 Mustang GT was also revised to boost the engine's power up to an exhilarating 460 hp. The 2018 Ford Mustang received a new ten-speed automatic transmission as well, which was designed to deliver optimum shifting and take full advantage of all the power that the Mustang's engine has to offer.

CarMax Rankings

CarMax Pricing

  • 2014 – 2017 – Average CarMax price under $23,5001
  • 2018 – Average CarMax price under $31,0001

1Prices are based on CarMax average prices between August 1st, 2018 through January 31, 2019. The actual price of the vehicle may vary based on your selected model year, features and trim packages. Prices do not include tax, title, tags, and any applicable fees.

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Reliability Research


RepairPal gave the Ford Mustang an overall reliability rating of 4 out of 5 stars, which RepairPal describes as Excellent. This rating ranks the Ford Mustang 25th out of 31 among Midsize Cars.

  • Cost RepairPal reports that the average total annual cost for repairs and maintenance on a Ford Mustang is $459, compared to an average of $405 for Midsize Cars and $556 for all the vehicles RepairPal considered in its dataset.
  • Frequency According to RepairPal, Ford Mustang owners bring their vehicles into a repair shop for unscheduled repairs an average of 0.7 times per year, compared to an average of 0.8 times for Midsize Cars and 1.4 times for all the vehicle models RepairPal considered in its dataset.
  • Severity RepairPal reported that the probability of a repair being a severe or major issue is 13% for the Ford Mustang, compared to an average of 9% for Midsize Cars and 12% for all the vehicles RepairPal considered in its dataset.

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*RepairPal Reliability Ratings are provided by RepairPal and CarMax is not responsible for their accuracy. These ratings are based on RepairPal Reliability data as of 09/01/2021. Learn more.


Reviews for Ford Mustang

Overall Rating

4.6 out of 5 (374 reviews)

The Mustang Bullitt is an Amazing car!!

This car has all the safety features (blind spot monitoring,etc.) that I really appreciate. I also love the heated and vented electronic seats. The leather seats are so beautiful. This car has 480 HP and about 420 torque so needless to say it drives amazing. I love the tasteful Bullitt badging and the dark metallic green paint is so beautiful. I really can't think of one thing to ding this car on. The controls are well laid out and the infotainment system is top notch. This car is a fitting tribute to the original Bullitt mustang made famous in the Steve McQueen movie.


  • Power: The power and responsiveness are amazing.
  • Technology and Entertainment: The technology in the vehicle is top notch.

- mary miller, 2019 Ford Mustang

The only car I’ll ever own.

Let me start off by saying I drive and have only driven Mustang’s since 2013. I daily drive them and I absolutely love and adore how they look, sound and make me feel. It’s a sports car so it’s gonna be loud and quick and snug and if you’re serious about buying who care about the mpg/gas price? You only go around once so do it right and have a good time. The car overall is solid. I’ve owned serval since 2013 and I’ve really never ran into any major issues except a water pump well after I hit 100k miles. I really don’t see any cons to the car whatsoever besides if you’re skeptical about gas/mph. I have a 15 GT and I drive like an animals and I’m still sitting around 18mpg which isn’t bad considering. But let me tell you when you get into open highways or road and you put that pedal down the feeling is like no other. At that point I wouldn’t care if I was getting 7mpg. Buy the car, don’t second guess it, trust me.


  • Power: Absolute monster especially off the line. 4.4 0-60 stock.
  • Seat Comfort: Bucket seats with Heater AND air conditioning.
  • Braking: car came with BIG brembo brakes and it’s so quiet and smooth to stop after I’ve got it up to 150


  • Fuel Economy: 18mpg average but I drive like an animal
  • Weather Versatility: it’s a sports car so obviously take it down a notch or two in the rain/snow. This is New England after all.
  • Interior Space: I’m a big guy so it’s sometimes tight quarters especially if I have more than just a passenger but at the end of the day I’m not the one in the back seat.

- Greg Goddard, 2015 Ford Mustang

Sold under false pretenses

I bought a car on Sunday because they needed to clean it , The vehicle was low miles one owner and no accidents. found out Monday it was in a accident Monday. It seems that the no haggle clause only goes one way . After two days of calling sales I was told they need to investigate the situation. I just want to return the car so the can find another sucker. Trying to return a car is way bigger a hassle than you buying the car . Buyers beware, have your car inspected after your purchase it.


  • Styling: there are no pros , it won’t let you forward without a comment

- Samuel Coleman, 2020 Ford Mustang

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