DETROIT, US: The American multinational automaker, Ford Motor Company, has announced to present its 2015 Mustang Convertible for dealership this month.
When those first ragtop Stangs roll out on the dealership floors, they’ll command a $5500 premium over their fastback V-6 and V-8 counterparts; meanwhile, EcoBoost four-cylinder droptops sticker at a whopping $9500 more than their turbo-four coupe siblings. That shakes out to base pricing of $29,925 for the V-6, $35,495 for the EcoBoost, and $42,425 for the GT-all with honest-to-goodness manual transmissions. The auto ’box will set you back an additional $1195 across the board.
Of course, as Ford points out, all auto-trans Mustangs come with remote start, and the optional drive-mode selector includes a wet/snow setting that, while it probably won’t make the snow magically disappear (orwinter tires magically appear), perhaps makes the convertible Mustang more than a summer-only cruiser.