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The 2024 Ford Mustang Reaches Almost $80,000 All-In

TheTruthAboutCars logo TheTruthAboutCars 3/28/2023 Chris Teague
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The Ford Mustang has long been considered a major performance bargain, but there have long been halo models with considerably higher price tags. That will continue to be the case in 2024, as Motor1 noticed that Ford’s new Mustang configurator shows prices ranging from mild to wild, as per tradition.

Mustang hopefuls can get behind the wheel of a base four-cylinder EcoBoost Fastback for $30,920 before destination, taxes, or options. The EcoBoost Premium starts at $36,445. Stepping up to the V8-powered Mustang GT pushes the prices to $41,495, while the GT Premium costs $46,015. Ford charges a $1,595 destination charge on top of those prices. 

At the top of the lineup, the Dark Horse starts at $59,270, and adding the Premium package drives the price to $61,865. With a few options, it’s easy to push the Dark Horse’s price tag close to $80,000, but that’s checking every single box. Ford notes limited availability for the two Dark Horse models, but we don’t know how limited it will really be. 

The previous-generation Mustang’s price tag climbed deep in the $70,000 range for the range-topping Shelby model, but that money bought a supercharged V8 and a host of performance goodies. While not that rowdy, the Dark Horse is an impressive car with a massaged V8 producing 500 horsepower. 

[Image: Ford]

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