Since its all-new 2005 redesign, Mustang has
won dozens of accolades including "Most Significant Vehicle"
from Edmunds.com, "Official Car of Summer" from Outside
magazine as well as listing in AutoWeek's top 10 cars and Ward's
Auto World's 10 best engines.
Mustang is one of the greatest automotive sales
success stories of all time. Nearly one out of every two sports
cars sold in America this year has been a Mustang. The car garnered
more than two times as many sales as its closest competitor in the
small specialty segment, which features sports coupes such as the
Pontiac GTO, Nissan 350Z, Chrysler Sebring and Hyundai Tiburon.
It's also America 's best-selling convertible.
For 2006, Ford Mustang will offer customers
more customization potential with the all-new "Pony Package,"
providing Mustang V-6 customers a GT-inspired suspension with larger
wheels and tires, custom grille with fog lamps and other enhancements.
Mustang GT customers can now also choose between
four different wheel and tire packages, including two new 18-inch
wheels and tires complemented by unique suspension tuning. In addition,
two new Mustang colors – Vista Blue Clearcoat Metallic and
Tungsten Grey Clearcoat Metallic – join the color palette
Mustang comes in Standard, Deluxe and Premium
packages (Deluxe and Premium only for GT models) in a choice of
coupe or convertible with a V-6 or V-8 engine mated to a 5-speed
manual or automatic transmission. It is built in Flat Rock, Mich.