At a Glance
|Pricing||$23,870 - $30,365|
|Engines||4.0l V6, 4.6l V8|
The Mustang convertible is all-new for 2005. Mustang rides on an all-new platform that is 6-inches longer in wheelbase. Power is supplied to the rear wheels by either a 200hp V6 in the base model or a 300hp V8 in the GT model. The Mustang retains its solid rear axle. At 25k for the V6 coupe and $30k for the 300hp GT, the Mustang convertible is a solid bargain.
The Mustang convertible is all-new for 2005. Mustang sits on an all-new platform with a 6-inch longer wheelbase but retains its solid rear axle. Power is supplied to the rear wheels by either a 200hp V6 in the base model or a 300hp V8 in the GT models.
"Through the years, Mustang Convertible has always been a bold, powerful option for people looking to drop the top, smell the fresh breezes and let their troubles float away. Forty years later, that need is stronger than ever, and the 2005 Ford Mustang Convertible stands ready to serve as the most affordable drop top in America." -- Steve Lyons, Ford Division president
|Mustang Convertible V6||4.0l V6 (210-bhp)||M5||RWD||$23,870|
|Mustang Convertible GT||4.6l V8 (300-bhp)||A5||RWD||$30,365|
|Mustang Convertible GT||4.6l V8 (300-bhp)||M5||RWD||$29,370|
|Mustang Convertible V6||4.0l V6 (210-bhp)||A5||RWD||$24,865|