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2022 Ford Mustang EcoBoost Premium Gains Coastal Limited Package

The Blue Oval has been steadily releasing information related to the 2022 Ford Mustang over the past several weeks, and the model year changeover is set to bring with it new and updated appearances packages, like the the Ice White Edition Appearance Package, the Stealth Edition Appearance Package, and the California Special package. As Ford Authority recently reported, the packages are among the many updates for the 2022 Ford Mustang, including a 10-horsepower drop (related to tightening emissions regulations) for both the GT and Mach 1. Now, according to sources familiar with the 2022 Ford Mustang lineup, the pony car gains a new Coastal Limited Package for the upcoming model year, which has yet to be officially announced.

Available on the EcoBoost Premium trim, the Coastal Limited Package includes a set of 19-inch machine-faced aluminum wheels painted in Tarnished Dark. Additionally, the door sills receive a lighted Coastal Limited sill plate, while front grille is a unique piece painted to match the body. Side scoops, a pedestal rear spoiler, and package-specific stripes tie everything together.

2022 Ford Mustang

There are some restrictions for selecting the Coastal Limited Package, though. It won’t be available with the following:

  • 2.3L High Performance Package
  • EcoBoost Handling Package
  • Black Accent Package
  • Wheel & Stripe Package
  • Stealth Package
  • Ice White Appearance Package
  • “Over the Top” racing stripe
  • Spoiler-delete option

The new package for the EcoBoost Premium trim appears to be a replacement for the Pony Package. Ford Authority recently learned the package – featuring polished aluminum wheels, a corralled Pony grille badge, and carpeted floor mats with embroidered Pony logos – would be discontinued for 2022. Pricing is not yet available for the Coastal Limited Package.

The Coastal Limited Package, in addition to the previously announced packages, arrive at a peculiar time for the pony car, as the 2022 Ford Mustang is likely the last hurrah of the S550 generation, which first debuted in 2014 for the 2015 model year. As Ford Authority recently reported, the 2023 Ford Mustang is expected to be a significantly reengineered muscle car, and may even boast all-wheel drive.

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Comments

  1. Donald Hayes

    Why is Ford dropping 10 horsepower from it’s Mustang GT Coyote, when Dodge continues with it’s high horsepower Hemis? Consider the Mustangs EPA fuel rating versus the real world numbers from the 5.7. 6.2 and Hellcats. I’m confused why Ford is making this horsepower reduction.

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    1. J Fitzpatrick

      EPA ratings are based on the average of all vehicles within any of the automobile companies. If the numbers do not meet mandated emission level reductions then the automobile manufacturer will have to find a way to make additional cuts to fall within the acceptable levels. I suspect that the mustang loosing 10 Horsepower and the related emissions that will also fall off achieve the numbers needed. This is based on all projected sales and the expected levels of emissions discharged from the sold vehicles.

      I am sure there is much more to this then the simplified synopsis i have given, but you at least get the idea behind it.

      lastly, the fines that manufacturers incur are calculated based on the emission surplus expelled from sales being stronger then expected, not enough compact, fuel efficient, HYBRID, or electric vehicles being sold to offset the vehicles that may be classified as “Gas Guzzlers”! oddly enough, you get hit with the Gas Guzzler tax when you purchase the car, imagine the government doing that!

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      1. J Fitzpatrick

        One more note. The EPA ratings applied to a manufacturer are also based on that manufacturers improvements not the level of improvement compared to their peer companies. Well it was that way, Once Upon A Time!

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  2. Harry Hunold

    Why are Ford dealership charging over MSP? 2,500. To as much as 40,00!!
    This stop πŸ›‘ me form purchasing a new 2.3 performance mustang and for the family a mustang mach E gt
    And my wife has stock in ford I just sold my 2017 CS/GT and I loved that convertible when will it go back πŸ’΅πŸ’΅πŸ’°πŸ’Έ

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    1. J Fitzpatrick

      it is terrible how the dealerships are “Double Dipping”! they are still taking advantage of limited inventory while the world still recovers.

      Its wrong on so many levels that they gouge customers so harshly.

      I read that GM has been fining dealerships that are caught doing this but i suspect that the profits they have made exceed the fines they have to pay. The letter that was sent to GM dealerships did suggest that if this continues that further action will be taken and penalties could include the franchise rights being revoked!

      Why don’t you file a complaint with the better business bureau and Ford directly? Not sure if it will make an immediate difference but it might help down the road….

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  3. Harry Hunold

    MSVP πŸ’΅πŸ’΅it stopped me from a new purchase twice

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