About the 2014 Ford Mustang

It’s a black four-passenger, 3.7L V6 Coupe with a 6-speed automatic transmission and gets and estimated 23-mpg combined fuel economy (19/31).

Standard Equipment

  • Charcoal Black Cloth Front Bucket Seats
  • Manual 4-way Driver Seat
  • Manual 2-way Front Passenger Seat
  • Air Conditioning
  • AM/FM CD/MP3/Satellite-capable Stereo w/ AUX input jack
  • Cruise Control/Tilt Wheel
  • Split-Fold Rear Seat
  • Front Floor Mats


  • Power Windows, Locks, Mirrors, Remote Keyless Entry
  • Electric Power-Assisted Steering
  • Limited-slip Rear Axel


  • 3-Year/36,000 Bumper to Bumper
  • 5-Year/60,000 Powertrain
  • 5-Year/60,000 Roadside Assistance

  • 17″ Painted Aluminum Wheels
  • HID Projector Headlamps
  • LED Sequential Taillamps
  • Rear Quarter-mounted Antenna
  • Rear Window Defroster
  • Stainless Steel Dual Exhaust
  • Variable Interval Wipers


  • Advancetrac Electronic Stability Control
  • Dual Front & Side Airbags
  • SOS Post Crash Alert System
  • Securilock Passive Anti-Theft
  • Tire Pressure Monitor System
  • MyKey
Optional Equipment
This Mustang comes equipped with the FP6 Appearance Package, which includes 18-inch black painted aluminum wheels, a set of body-colored quarter window louvers, a gloss black rear decklid spoiler and gloss black side mirror caps.

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