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Old 01-26-2021, 12:04 PM
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Since I haven't found a used Ford Mustang that matches my criteria I've been trying to 'Build' one on the Ford.com website. They still don't have 2021 Mustang available to build/price. No colors, options, packages, etc. Is it normal for Ford.com to be so far behind? I've done web searches and it appears that people expected the 2021 Mustang info/build to be accessible in October 2020, and then November, and then December, etc. Apparently Ford has been building 2021 Mustangs for a month or 2.

What the heck?
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They are focusing on the E Mustang right now.
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We don't have the exact 2021 Ford Mustang price yet but expect the 2021 EcoBoost Fastback Coupe to start around $27,700. Of course, the higher the trim level chosen, or if you are looking to buy a Mustang Convertible, will profoundly affect the MSRP.

2021 Ford Mustang Trims & Configurations

We are expecting around a total of nine trim levels and fifteen base configurations with the new 2021 Mustang. This includes varying body styles between coupes and convertibles offered at multiple trim levels and the Limited-Edition Mach 1 offering's return. Here are the estimated starting prices of each:
  • EcoBoost Fastback
    • Coupe ($27,700)
    • Convertible ($33,200)
  • EcoBoost Premium Fastback:
    • Coupe ($32,700)
    • Convertible ($38,200)
  • GT Fastback ($36,900)
  • GT Premium Fastback
    • Coupe ($40,900)
    • Convertible ($46,400)
  • Bullitt ($48,800)
  • Mach 1 Limited Edition ($50,000)
  • Shelby GT350 ($61,500)
  • Shelby GT350R ($74,500)
  • Shelby GT500 ($73,900)
The 2021 Ford Mustang Mach 1 revives the iconic Mach 1 styling, but comes with impressive power. Under the hood, you will find a potent 5.0-liter V8 engine. The Limited-Edition 2021 Mustang Mach 1 includes an available Rallye Suspension Package, stylish hood stripe, black spoiler, and improved Brembo brakes.

The 2021 Ford Mustang Bullitt equipped with a 5.0-liter V8 can hit 60 mph in just 4.2 seconds, with a top speed of 163 miles per hour. Additionally, the 2021 Ford Mustang Mach 1 can go 0-60 mph in less than four seconds, with a top speed over 160 mph.The 2021 Ford Mustang is more luxurious than ever before. It has available premium features such as cooled and heated front seats, plus an impressive cargo hold. The back seat easily folds down in case you need to carry more.

2021 Ford Mustang Technology & Amenities

The new Mustang has many interior options that make the ride better. Choose from the SYNC 3 infotainment system, Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, a Wi-Fi hot spot, and Ford SYNC Connect. This app allows users to monitor their vehicle from anywhere. There are also many safety features to choose from, including forward-collision warning, lane-departure warning, lane-keeping assist, a blind-spot monitor, automated emergency braking, and rear cross-traffic alert.
We expect the 2021 Ford Mustang dimensions to remain the same as last year's models, equaling 188″ L x 75″ W x 54-55″ H. Additionally, the Mustang wheel sizes are 17-, 18- or 19-inch.

2021 Ford Mustang Changes: When Can We Expect an Electric Mustang?

The most significant changes occurring to the Ford Mustang in 2021 revolve around the return of the 2021 Ford Mustang Mach 1. This is the most powerful and sportiest option available. Even though there is a lot of demand for an electric Mustang in the future, the company doesn't have any exact plans of mass-producing one yet, aside from the latest 2021 Ford Mustang Mach-E SUV version. Ford is committed to an all-electric future, so eventually, possibly by 2023, we will see an all-electric Ford Mustang coupe. If not, there will be a clearer vision of the all-electric Ford Mustang by then.
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Pretty sure the GT350 has been cut from the lineup
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Originally Posted by Onewolf View Post
Since I haven't found a used Ford Mustang that matches my criteria I've been trying to 'Build' one on the Ford.com website. They still don't have 2021 Mustang available to build/price. No colors, options, packages, etc. Is it normal for Ford.com to be so far behind? I've done web searches and it appears that people expected the 2021 Mustang info/build to be accessible in October 2020, and then November, and then December, etc. Apparently Ford has been building 2021 Mustangs for a month or 2.

What the heck?
I know of a shelby gt 500 with red metallic paint if that helps
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Originally Posted by avenger79 View Post
Pretty sure the GT350 has been cut from the lineup
yeah right
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Originally Posted by avenger79 View Post
Pretty sure the GT350 has been cut from the lineup
Call and ask these folks. I cut and paste that info from their website.
https://www.mckieford.com/2021-ford-mustang.html
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If Mussie is paid off later this year, I might opt for the GT350.
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Originally Posted by 1blueheron View Post
I'm aware of the 2021 Mustang models available and such I'm just wondering if they're normally so far behind updating their website to reflect the current model year of cars they are actually building?
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This is what your Mustang looks like now


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my buddy just took delivery of his GT 350. Dealer told him they were no longer being made.

https://www.caranddriver.com/news/a3...20transmission.
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Better get your gas guzzlers now, new administration is getting pretty aggressive in their 'Green' agenda already.
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Originally Posted by king_me View Post
Better get your gas guzzlers now, new administration is getting pretty aggressive in their 'Green' agenda already.
Oh. Come'on. You know you're ridin with...
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Originally Posted by king_me View Post
This is what your Mustang looks like now

Why can’t car seats fit in the back of a mustang? Because men can’t have kids with other men.

My all time favorite car is a ‘67 GT350. Neighbors son has a ‘18 GT350. Thing is ridiculous.
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Originally Posted by avenger79 View Post
Pretty sure the GT350 has been cut from the lineup

The automaker has officially announced that the Mustang Shelby GT350 will not be returning to the lineup in 2021.
https://www.foxnews.com/auto/ford-mu...ck%20to%201965.
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2020's and older just went up in price
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Originally Posted by magua View Post
2020's and older just went up in price
How do you figure?
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supply demand as in whoever wants one

Also Camaro go bye bye completely in 2023
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Also Camaro go bye bye completely in 2023
To be replaced with this -


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Originally Posted by Jersus View Post
I know of a shelby gt 500 with red metallic paint if that helps
I hear it has a one of one paint scheme

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