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2017 Ford Mustang
2017 ford mustang
2017 Ford Mustang

2017 Ford Mustang

MSRP
$25,185
FUEL ECONOMY (CITY/HWY)
18 / 27 mpg
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Engine And Power

Transmission and Chassis

Fuel Economy

Wheels And Tires

Payload And Towing

Engine And Power

Horsepower
300 HP
@ 6500 RPM
Torque
280 ft lb
@ 4000 RPM
Standard Engine
3.7 L 300 HP V 6(xaxis)
Displacement
3727(cc)
Valves/Valve Configuration
4 * 6
Bore X Stroke
95.5 x 86.7 mm
Compression Ratio
10.5:1
Emission Rating
ULEV II

Transmission and Chassis

Transmission
6-Speed
Manual
Drivetrain
RWD
Front Suspension
Independent Strut
Rear Suspension
Independent Multi-Link
Steering
Electric
Rear Spoiler
Optional

Fuel Economy

Fuel Type
Standard / Multi-Point Injection
Fuel Capacity
16.0 Gal.

Wheels And Tires

Front Wheel Size
17 in.
Rear Wheel Size
17 in.
Alloy Wheels
Standard
Turning Circle
36.5 ft.
Standard Wheel Type
Alloy
Standard Tire (Front)
235/55 R17
Standard Tire (Rear)
235/55 R17

Payload And Towing

Passenger Volume
84.5 cu. ft.
Cargo Volume
13.5 cu. ft.
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Expert Reviews

Motor Trend

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Don’t contact your dealer’s sales department for this one
Car and Driver

2017 Ford Mustang: A Maturing Thoroughbred

Lying low before the new face arrives for 2018.
Motor Trend

2017 Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 vs. 2017 Ford Mustang Shelby GT350R: The Forever War

Once More Unto the Ponycar Breach
Car and Driver

Some 2017 Chevy Camaro Models See Price Cuts of $400–$2900

Some 2017 Chevy Camaro Models See Price Cuts of $400–$2900
U.S. News & World Report

2017 Ford Mustang: What You Need to Know

The 2017 Ford Mustang has the kind of power, handling, and ride that will have you chomping at the bit to get behind the wheel. The Mustang has a herd of different models to choose from, in both fastback (coupe) and convertible body styles. Engines range from a fuel-sipping four-cylinder to a V8 in the GT models that has thoroughbred-like speed. The Mustang’s starting price is low for a sports car, but to get the high-performance models, you’ll have to pony up more than $60,000. Overall, however, the Mustang is fairly inexpensive for a sports car, with the convertible starting at $30,145. Every Mustang model has a long list of standard features, making it easy to find one that fits your budget. The Mustang has great safety ratings, and a predicted reliability score that’s higher than average, but it’s not the most practical muscle car you can buy. Its back seat is cramped, and the Dodge Challenger has a larger trunk. For buyers who want a sports car that they can tailor for their lifestyle and budget, however, the Mustang is tough to beat.
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