2017 Ford Mustang Lands In Dealer Lots, (Re)Introduces Grabber Blue

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The 2017 model-year Ford Mustang is now available for purchase from US dealerships nationwide, according to Edmunds. Pricing for the base model starts at $25,545 with destination, representing a $500 increase from the 2016 model. That price gets you a brand-new pony car of the fastback coupe variety, with a base, 3.7-liter V6 engine and a 6-speed manual transmission.

The V8-powered, 2017 Ford Mustang GT now starts at $33,545, and the high-performance, 2017 Shelby GT350 carries a $56,495 price tag, including destination and a $1,300 Gas Guzzler Tax.

Not much has changed on the 2017 Ford Mustang, reports Edmunds; Deep Impact Blue, Kona Blue, and Competition Orange have all been eliminated as exterior color options, while Lightning Blue, White Platinum Metallic, and Ford’s iconic Grabber Blue have been added to the palette. Additionally, a new color combination is available on EcoBoost and GT Premium models, which couples a Race Red exterior with red-and-black leather Recaro seats, so long as the Premier Trim with Color Accent Group is selected.

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Finally, the Black Accent Package incorporates a new, 19-inch wheel design, and the available SYNC 3 infotainment system of course has Apple CarPlay and Android Auto included.

The 2017 Ford Mustang is little-changed from the previous model year, and we’re sorry to see Deep Impact Blue dropped as an available paint color, but the pony car remains one of the most iconic and powerful bargains available today.

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Written by Aaron Brzozowski

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