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The years available stretch from 1964 through to 2022 and by clicking a link you can view the different battery types for each trim.
With its powerful engine and iconic style, the Mustang can still turn heads today.
Its V8 engine rumbles loudly when you hit the throttle, making it difficult to ignore a muscle car riding by.
Featuring a choice of 3 engines, the modern Mustang's classic pony-car styling wowed '60s gearheads and continues to make a lasting impression on new buyers.
It's also got plenty of muscle: Standard goodies include a fastback roofline and a choice of V8 engine options, and interior upgrades include rich leather upholstery.
Over the years, the Mustang has evolved into a more refined muscle car
While the current model gives up some of the raw power of its older siblings, it's still an impressive performer that looks good doing it.
The 2011 Ford Mustang came in coupe and convertible body styles and is available with a choice of three engines.
Inside the modern version of the car, you'll find a driver-centric cockpit, from the sporty, supportive seats and steering wheel to the intuitive SYNC® 3 infotainment system.
Outside, the aggressive yet elegant look sets Mustang apart from the crowd. A low roofline and raked windshield lend striking athleticism.