2005 Ford Mustang GT Production


(from Ford Press Release)  The industry’s most affordable 300-horsepower sports car is the Ford Mustang GT Coupe model, which has a base MSRP of $24,995. This includes the destination and delivery charge. Taxes, title and license fees are not included.

Major standard equipment includes:

  • 300-horsepower, 4.6-liter SOHC 3-valve V-8 engine with Tremec 5-speed manual transmission

  • Four wheel power disc brakes with four-channel anti-locking braking and all-speed traction control

  • Stainless steel dual exhaust with unmistakable Mustang sound

  • Front fog lamps in grille, a rear spoiler and tilt steering wheel

  • 17-inch painted cast aluminum wheels with Z-rated performance tires

  • Air conditioning, dual power mirrors and rear window defroster

  • AM/FM stereo with single CD player

  • Ford Personal Safety SystemTM, with standard occupant classification sensing to tailor the deployment of the front passenger air bag

  • Power door locks with remote keyless entry and power windows with driver and passenger door one-touch up/down

The Mustang GT Coupe Premium model, which adds a Shaker 500 audio system with six-disc CD player and MP3 capability and Aberdeen leather-trimmed embossed sport bucket seats, begins at $26,330.

Major options available on all Mustang GT Coupe models include an interior upgrade package ($450), interior color enhancement package ($175), 5-speed automatic transmission ($995), side air bags ($370), 17-inch bright machined aluminum wheels ($195), active anti-theft system ($255) and Shaker 1000 audio system ($1,295).

The 2005 Ford Mustang, which will be manufactured at the Auto Alliance International assembly plant in Flat Rock, Mich., will begin arriving in Ford showrooms in October.

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