2021 Ford Mustang

Original MSRP Range
$27,205 - $70,300
Available Style(s)
Convertible, Coupe
MPG
12 - 21 MPG City / 18 - 29 MPG Hwy
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2021 Ford Mustang

What We Like

  • Awesome V8 engines
  • Fuel-efficient turbo four
  • Sports-car handling
  • Refined ride
  • Stylish, high-quality interior
  • Fierce Shelby GT500 

Ratings

Expert Rating

4.5/ 5

Consumer Rating

4.7/ 5
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Overview

How Much Does a 2021 Ford Mustang Cost?

The 2021 Ford Mustang comes in EcoBoost, EcoBoost Premium, GT, GT Premium, Mach 1, and Shelby GT500 versions. The EcoBoost and GT versions offer the choice of a Fastback (coupe) or convertible body style. The Mach 1 and GT500 come solely as coupes. Vehicle pricing below includes the $1,195 destination charge. The 2.3 EcoBoost Fastback ($28,350) and 2.3 EcoBoost convertible ($34,850) have 17-in alloy wheels, limited-slip differential, keyless entry/ignition, LED headlights, LED sequential taillights, dual exhaust system, height-adjustable driver’s seat, leather-wrapped steering wheel, cloth upholstery, self-dimming rearview mirror, Track Apps (recording performance data during track driving), electronically lockable front brakes (Ford says they’re to help warm the rear tires, but some people will use this feature for burnouts), programmable MyKey system (with controls for geofencing, speed limit, stability control, audio volume, radio content, seat belt reminders, and low fuel warnings), Ford Co-Pilot360 driver aids, Sync infotainment system, 4.2-in infotainment screen, Bluetooth phone/audio connectivity, voice controls, wi-fi, two USB ports, auxiliary audio input, and a 6-speaker audio system. The EcoBoost Premium Fastback ($33,370) and  EcoBoost Premium convertible ($38,870) have 18-in alloy wheels, power-adjustable front seats (6-way for the driver, 4-way for the passenger), simulated leather upholstery, dual-zone automatic climate control, rear parking sensors, an upgraded Sync 3 infotainment system with an 8-in touchscreen, Apple CarPlay/Android Auto smartphone integration, satellite radio, and a 9-speaker audio system. These EcoBoost models can be ordered with a High Performance package that also brings a front strut tower brace, Pirelli performance tires, stronger brakes, sport-tuned suspension, larger radiator, bigger brakes, shorter gearing, performance rear axle, stability control with higher thresholds, auxiliary gauges (including a boost gauge for the turbo) and aluminum interior accents. The GT’s Handling package includes uprated brakes, a Torsen (torque-sensing) limited-slip differential, and Ford’s MagneRide adaptive suspension. The GT Fastback ($37,315) echoes the regular EcoBoost’s features but with the V8 engine and bigger brakes. The GT Premium Fastback ($41,315) and GT Premium convertible ($46,815) add the EcoBoost Premium’s equipment inventory. The new Mach 1 Fastback ($52,915) is a track-focused machine, compensating somewhat for the demise of the Shelby GT350 models. It has its own aerodynamic setup, extra cooling for the engine/transmission/differential, Torsen 3.73 limited-slip differential, sport-tuned MagneRide adaptive suspension, front strut tower brace, Brembo brakes, a 3.73 rear axle, Tremec 6-speed manual transmission with rev-matching, 19-in alloy wheels, summer tires, active exhaust system, and a cue ball shift knob with the manual transmission only. The Mach 1 also offers satin black stripes accented with red, white or orange, plus leather-covered Recaro sport seats. The Shelby GT500 Fastback ($70,300) has the supercharged 5.2-liter V8 and a 7-speed dual-clutch automated transmission, plus launch control, selectable drive modes, 20-in aluminum wheels, magnesium front strut tower brace, leather seating surfaces, 12-in LCD digital instrument cluster, rear spoiler and a dual exhaust with quad tips. Other options include 20-in alloy wheels, adaptive cruise control, navigation, enhanced anti-theft system, dual-zone automatic climate control, ambient cabin lighting, leather upholstery, heated/ventilated front seats, carbon-fiber interior trim, satellite radio, a 12-speaker Bang & Olufsen audio system, and all-important racing stripes. Trunk space in the coupe is 13.5 cu ft. The convertible’s trunk accommodates 11.4 cu ft.

Mustang Trims

ConvertibleOriginal MSRP / PriceEngineHorsepowerCity MPG / Hwy MPGTransmissionDrive
Mustang EcoBoost Convertible$32,705 / $31,3974 Cylinder Turbo310N/A6-Speed Manual / 10-Speed Shiftable AutomaticRWD
Mustang EcoBoost Premium Convertible$37,725 / $35,8394 Cylinder Turbo310N/A6-Speed Manual / 10-Speed Shiftable AutomaticRWD
Mustang GT Premium Convertible$45,785 / $43,4968 Cylinder460N/A6-Speed Manual / 10-Speed Shiftable AutomaticRWD
CoupeOriginal MSRP / PriceEngineHorsepowerCity MPG / Hwy MPGTransmissionDrive
Mustang EcoBoost Fastback$27,205 / $26,1174 Cylinder Turbo310N/A6-Speed Manual / 10-Speed Shiftable AutomaticRWD
Mustang EcoBoost Premium Fastback$32,225 / $30,6144 Cylinder Turbo310N/A6-Speed Manual / 10-Speed Shiftable AutomaticRWD
Mustang GT Fastback$36,285 / $34,4718 Cylinder460N/A6-Speed Manual / 10-Speed Shiftable AutomaticRWD
Mustang GT Premium Fastback$40,285 / $38,2718 Cylinder460N/A6-Speed Manual / 10-Speed Shiftable AutomaticRWD
Mustang Mach 1 Fastback$52,400 / $49,7808 Cylinder480N/A6-Speed Manual / 10-Speed Shiftable AutomaticRWD
Mustang Shelby GT500 Fastback$70,300 / $67,4298 Cylinder Supercharged76012 / 187-Speed Shiftable AutomaticRWD
Ford Mustang Safety

Is the 2021 Ford Mustang a Safe Car?

The Mustang comes standard with anti-lock disc brakes, stability control, seven airbags in the coupe (front, front-side, knee, and full-length side curtain), and five airbags in the convertible (deleting the side-curtain airbags). This 2021 model year now includes all the above-mentioned driver aids of the Ford Co-Pilot360 package. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) has given the coupe a full five stars across the board. The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) gave the coupe its top score of Good for most crash-test categories, except for a second-best Acceptable score in the tricky small-overlap front-impact test.
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5 Year Cost to Own

$41,651 ($0.56 per mile)

5-Year Cost to Own includes out of pocket expenses like fuel and insurance, plus the cars loss in value over time (depreciation)See Detailed Cost to Own
Warranty

Original Warranty

Basic3 Years/36,000 Miles
Drivetrain5 Years/60,000 Miles
Corrosion5 Years/Unlimited Miles
Roadside Assistance5 Years/60,000 Miles

Safety Features & Equipment

Braking & Traction
  • 4-Wheel Anti-Lock Brakes
  • Brake Assist
  • Tire Pressure Monitoring System
  • Traction Control
Passenger Restraint
  • Driver Air Bag
  • Passenger Air Bag
  • Rear Side Curtain Airbags
  • Side Air Bag
  • Side Head Air Bag
Road Visibility
  • Daytime Running Lights
  • Fog Lights
Accident Prevention
  • Bluetooth, Hands-Free
  • Parking assist
  • Rearview Camera
Security
  • Alarm System
  • Telematics
  • Vehicle Anti-Theft System
Packages
  • Carbon Fiber Handling Pkg
  • Handling Pkg
  • Carbon Fiber Track Pack
  • Technology Pkg
  • Blind-Spot Information System

Competition

2021 Ford Mustang vs the competition

2021 BMW 2 Series — The Mustang is the most sophisticated it has ever been, so that brings the 2 Series into play. No burbling V8 here, but razor-sharp handling, equal or better interior quality, and superior maneuverability make up for it. 2021 Chevrolet Camaro — Superb. Absolutely worth considering if shopping for a Mustang. Get one before Chevy decides to ditch it. 2021 Dodge Challenger — The Challenger is much improved, especially its handling, but it’s still the largest and most cumbersome of the traditional muscle car trio. However, it does have a proper rear seat, and that 6.4-liter V8 is a beauty. Used BMW M3 — Another iconic car with a perfect mix of high speed and fine handling. Put it this way: if Steve McQueen had driven an M3, that famous movie car chase would have been a lot shorter.

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