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Last Updated: February 15, 2019

Class-Leading Sales: The Ford Mustang was the best-selling sports car in 2018. The Mustang outsold the second-place Dodge Challenger by about 14 percent. Sales have climbed so far in 2019, with dealerships selling 14.5 percent more Mustang models than during the same period of time last year.

Competitive Base Prices: The Mustang’s starting price of $26,120 (with a manual transmission) is about average for the class. As you weigh option selections, think about what you really need in a sports car, as a top-trim Mustang GT can cost well into the $40,000 range. That’s much less expensive than high-performance models like the Dodge Challenger Hellcat and Chevrolet Camaro ZL1, but also thousands of dollars more than sport coupes like the Mazda MX-5 Miata and Toyota 86.

Time to Buy: With strong sales, it may be tough finding a good deal on a new Mustang. However, during the winter season, demand for this automotive icon tends to cool off and better deals may emerge. If you must have a Mustang and simply can’t wait, consider an outgoing 2018 model for a slightly lower price. Check out this month's Ford deals to help you find some additional savings.

2019 Ford Mustang Prices


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