2014 Ford Mustang Pricing Configurator Launches With New Appearance Packages, Colors

With its 50th anniversary and the all-new 2015 Ford Mustang just a year away, Ford’s got minor changes in store for the 2014 Mustang. The 2014 Mustang’s changes include new colors and appearance packages, which just launched on Ford’s consumer site in an updated configurator. The base price for the 2014 Mustang V-6 coupe and convertible are unchanged from the 2013 model year, at $22,995 and $27,995, respectively (including destination).

Since 2014 is the last model year for the S197 Mustang before a new global model debuts with an independent rear suspension and a turbocharged EcoBoost four-cylinder engine, changes are minor. The biggest update is the discontinuation of the beloved Mustang Boss 302. With the death of the Boss comes the departure of School Bus Yellow from the Mustang’s color palette; other color changes include Oxford White replacing High Performance White, and Red Candy Metallic being dropped in favor of Ruby Red Metallic. New instrument cluster graphics for the tach and speedo are also in the cards for 2014.

2014 Ford Mustang GT Apperance Pack rear three quarter 300x153 imageThe other change for the 2014 Mustang is the deletion of the Exterior Appearance Package on V-6 models, and the addition of the FP6 Appearance Package on base Mustang V6s and FP8 Appearance Package on base Mustang GTs. The new FP6 package retails for $795, and includes black-painted mirror caps, a black decklid spoiler, body color quarter window louvers, and 18-inch black multi-spoke aluminum wheels. The FP8 package costs $995, and includes all the FP6 goodies, save for the wheels, which get replaced by 19-inch machined-aluminum wheels with black accents.

Most 2014 Mustang models cost just as much as they did last year. Base V-6 coupe and convertible models still start at $22,995 and $27,995, while a base Mustang GT still sets you back $31,545. The 2014 Shelby GT500 coupes and convertibles get a $450 price increase to $55,445 and $60,445, respectively.

Source: Ford

By Christian Seabaugh

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