Used Ford Mustang Cars For Sale
Ford Mustangs are classic American muscle cars that have been in continuous production since 1964 and are highly popular to this day. In fact, in 2018, Ford sold its 10-millionth Mustang. Powerful and stylish, Mustangs are a favourite for movies, and have built a massive fan base. So, whether you like the look of a classic Boss, Shelby Cobra, a Fastback, or something a little more up to date, you won’t be disappointed with a used Mustang. Browse all our available models below.
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Cash Price £10,000.00 Deposit £1,000.00 Total Amount of Credit £9,000.00. 59 Payments of £215.73, with a Final Payment of £216.73, which includes an Optional Option to Purchase Fee of £1.00. Duration of Agreement is 60 Months. Total Amount Payable is £12,994.80. Total Cost of Credit £3,945.80. Annual Fixed Interest Rate of 11.20%. Representative APR 11.20%.
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How Much is A Ford Mustang?
The price of a Mustang will very much depend on which model in the range you go for, as well as whether you go for classic or modern. A brand new Mustang has an RRP from £38,035, while older used models can sometimes be available under £12,500.
What Insurance Group is the Ford Mustang in?
The Ford Mustang is a powerful car and, therefore, expensive to insure. Newer models sit in insurance groups 41-46, on the upper end of the scale.
What's the Ford Mustang's Max Speed?
The top speed of a Ford Mustang will differ depending on the model you select. For example, the 2020 Mustang can go from 0 to 60mph in 4.5 seconds and has a top speed of 155mph, whereas a Shelby GT350 has a top speed of 142mph. The Ford Mustang Shelby GT500 is the fastest and most powerful street-legal Ford vehicle ever built, with a top speed of 180mph.
What's the Ford Mustang's Engine Size?
There are several engine options available when it comes to choosing your Ford Mustang. The 2020 Mustang, for instance, is available with a 5.0L V8 engine or a 2.3L EcoBoost.
What's the Ford Mustang's Fuel Economy Like?
With big powerful engines, it'll come as no surprise that Mustangs are not the most efficient when it comes to fuel economy. For example, the 2020 model will return between 24 and 33mpg.