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2011 Mustang V-6 and GT Prices Revealed

January 17, 2010 Mustang News 6 Comments


The 2011 Ford Mustang price list has been revealed and the base Mustang V-6 coupe with 305 horsepower will have an MSRP of $22,995 including destination and delivery charge of $850 while the base Mustang GT coupe with the 412 horsepower 5.0-liter motor will have an MSRP of $30,495, also includes D&D.  The Mustang V-6 coupe premium model will have an MSRP of $26,695 and the premium Mustang GT will have an MSRP of $33,695, both prices include D&D.

Other notable prices on the list are the option of the six-speed automatic transmission ($995), California Special Package ($2,475), Mustang Club of America package ($995), Brembo Brake Package ($1,695), Electronics Package which includes NAV ( $2,340) and 3.31, 3.55 or 3.73 axle ratio options ($395).   

The full model breakdown of prices including a link to the complete price list is after the jump…

 2011 Ford Mustang Prices:

  • 2011 Mustang V-6 coupe – $22,995
  • 2011 Mustang V-6 coupe (Premium) – $26,695
  • 2011 Mustang V-6 convertible – $27,995
  • 2011 Mustang V-6 convertible (premium) – $31,695
  • 2011 Mustang GT coupe – $30,495
  • 2011 Mustang GT coupe (Premium) – $33685
  • 2011 Mustang GT convertible – $35,495
  • 2011 Mustang GT convertible (Premium) – $38,695

**All prices include $850 Destination and Delivery Charge

Order banks for the 2011 Mustang open January 18th so get ready to order.

To view the full 2011 Mustang price list click here.

Currently there are "6 comments" on this Article:

  1. Charles says:

    $30k is not a bad price for how much horsepower you get out of the car. I just want to see what this car does at the track first.

  2. Nice article. I wanna know, where did you get the PDF file link from?

  3. Matt says:

    A buddy of mine sent me the pdf file last night.

  4. For 2011, Mustang’s new 3.7-liter Duratec 24-valve V-6 uses advanced engineering to deliver its power and economy: Twin Independent Variable Camshaft Timing (Ti-VCT) adjusts the valvetrain in microseconds. Aluminum construction means light weight. It’s an engine designed to crank out torque down low, rev to 7,000 rpm and deliver the mechanical music sports coupe lovers crave everywhere in between. The 2011 Ford Mustang puts 305 high-performance horses in the hands of V-6 coupe buyers with a new all-aluminum dual-overhead cam (DOHC) engine that delivers a projected 30 mpg on the highway with a six-speed automatic transmission and fun for drivers on nearly every road.

  5. Jim Degenhart says:

    Do you know WHEN this car will hit the dealerships and be available for sale and delivery?Please advise.

    Many Thanks,


  6. Trucks says:

    Uh, you guys are acting like V6 Mustangs have no significance. But, they are the bread and butter of the model line, almost outselling the V8 2-1. In fact, that is why the Camaro and Firebird went away because they couldn’t sell enough V6 models to justify keeping the model going. If it wasn’t for the V6 Mustang, there would be no Mustang at all. Other than that history lesson, I agree with the new V6 accolades.

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