Ford Mustang Price List
Ford Mustang launched in India at a starting price of Rs 74.62 Lakh. Check out the Ford Mustang which comes in following versions. Get more info the new Ford Mustang with on road price, mileage, specifications and images. Check mileage of new Ford Mustang with photos. features, colours, comparisons, videos and latest news in India on autoX.
Colors of Ford Mustang
- Absolute Black
- Ingot Silver
- Oxford White
- Race Red
- Triple Yellow Tricoat
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Ford Mustang Highlights
Ford's Mustang has been a poster pin-up favourite among many enthusiasts, besides being one of the largest selling sportscars, right since 1964. However, it was never sold as a right-hand-drive model, and hence, never made it to Indian shores. The 2017 Ford Mustang, in its sixth-generation avatar, is the first muscle car in India and brings with it stunning looks, sophisticated tech, affordable performance, and a powerful, rip-snorting V8. What's more, it is the most affordable V8-engined fastback coupe you can buy in the country, among all the other German sportscars and roadsters on sale.
It doesn't take too long to identify the Mustang as a proper muscle car. Up-front, it gets a wide honeycomb grille that sports a galloping pony in the middle, and two fang-like elements on either side, flanked by slim and aggressive-looking headlamps. That muscular bonnet with bulges on it, give it an imposing look from the front. Along the sides, there's a prominent belt line that flows from the smoothly curved front wheel arches to the massive rear haunches. The sloping roofline gives the Mustang an attractive persona. At the rear, the triple-bar LED tail lamp design harks back to the original's design, and is backed with a gloss-black finish. You'll also love the dual exhausts and the body-coloured skid plate.
The Ford Mustang variants are as follows: GT Fastback 5.0-litre V8. Features include heated and cooled seats, an 8-inch touchscreen infotainment system with Ford SYNK2 with voice control, adaptive cruise control, rain-sensing wipers, dual-zone HVAC system, a reversing camera, rear diffuser, pony projection puddle lamps, power adjustable front seats, electronic line lock, which helps you burn rubber while the car is stationary, ambient lighting and dual-zone climate control. On the safety front, it is equipped with dual front airbags, knee airbags and side impact airbags, ABS and stability control, EBD and traction control.
Inside the Mustang, the retro design theme is spot-on. And the three-spoke steering has a circular boss; very typical of the older Mustangs. The dashboard is rather simple to look at, but what reminds you of the classic, are those analogue dials and circular AC vents. Even the aviation-styled toggle switches are worth a mention. The central console boasts of a touchscreen infotainment system that comes with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay, and the quality of the audio is great. The front seats provide good support, and are very comfortable. Space at the rear, however, is best for slim people or children. And getting in and out of the car, is not as hard as you think.
Engine Specifications & Performance
The Ford Mustang is powered by a 5.0-litre V8 that produces 396bhp and 515Nm of torque – all of which is channeled to the rear wheels. Paired to the engine is a 6-speed automatic transmission. On firing up the engine, there's a deep burble from the exhaust. The engine is very responsive and tractable. Power delivery is linear initially, and as the RPM needle climbs, you'll not want to let go as the acceleration is very thrilling. The gearbox is quick in responding to inputs, but in manual mode, it's that little bit more exciting as the shifts are timed well. The Line Lock function allows you to launch the car by dabbing on the brake hard enough until it is activated, while also pressing down on the throttle at the same time. This results in the front wheels locking up, making you execute a burnout. Take your foot off the brake, keep it planted on the throttle and the Mustang simply catapults itself forward, in a surprisingly smooth manner. There are four driving modes on offer: Normal, Sport+, Track and Snow/Wet. The suspension absorbs undulations without any fuss, and high-speed stability is good. And the steering comes with three modes: Comfort, Normal and Sport. In Normal mode, the steering feels weighty, while Comfort mode makes it lighter. It's in Sport mode, where you feel the handling is sharp and it takes corners with good poise. Braking hard, and bringing the car to a standstill, doesn't disappoint either.
The Ford Mustang's ARAI-certified fuel efficiency figure is rated at 8kmpl for the V8 petrol model.