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Ford Motor Company of Canada 2005 Mustang Prices
  • 2005 Ford Mustang V-6 Coupe remains the lowest-priced, rear-wheel drive sports car in Canada, with the manufacturers suggested retail price (MSRP) starting at $23,795
  • 2005 Ford Mustang GT remains the best performance car and the most affordable 300-horsepower car made with an MSRP of $32,795

OAKVILLE, Ont. September 14, 2004 - Ford Motor Company of Canada, Limited announced today that the 2005 Ford Mustang - an all-new version of Canada's best-selling sports car - will be priced at $23,795 for the well equipped V-6 Coupe.

"The Ford Mustang has been an icon since it was introduced in 1964, capturing hearts all over the world with distinctive styling and true North American performance," said Peter Jansen, Ford Motor Company of Canada, Limited, Mustang brand manager. "The all-new 2005 Mustang combines a fully modern architecture with the soul that makes a Mustang a Mustang - bold style, a brawny engine and rear-wheel-drive all at an affordable price. This next generation Pony Car will continue to deliver on the emotion that binds all Mustang owners - Freedom."

The 210 horsepower V-6 Coupe comes equipped with features that are often extra-cost options on other cars in its class: cast aluminum wheels, air conditioning, power mirrors, windows, locks and drivers seat, Securilock anti-theft system, AM/FM CD player, speed control, tilt steering wheel and colour-keyed floor mats.

The 300-horsepower V-8 Ford Mustang GT will begin at $32,795 making it the most affordable 300 horsepower sports car in the industry. The GT Coupe is equipped with the following additional equipment as standard: 17" painted cast aluminum wheels, fog lamps, Shaker 500 audio system - including CDX6 with MP3 player, ABS brakes and traction control.

The 2005 Ford Mustang, which will be manufactured at the Auto Alliance International Assembly Plant in Flat Rock Michigan, will be arriving in Ford and Ford/Lincoln Canadian dealerships in November.