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2019 Ford Mustang

2019 Ford Mustang - 5,316 mi

Mentor, OH - Listed today
  • $6,349 below market price
  • dealer rating
  • low miles
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2008 Ford Mustang Deluxe

2008 Ford Mustang Deluxe - 100,268 mi

Greenville, SC - Listed today
  • $3,262 below market price
  • dealer rating
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  • 2017
    $25,597
  • 2018
    $27,498
  • 2019
    $30,993
  • 2020
    $30,470
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  • For Sale by Dealer

    $26,199
    $24,484 Savings

    For Sale by Owner

    $50,682
  • 4-Cylinder

    $22,704
    $10,824 Savings

    8-Cylinder

    $33,528
  • Automatic

    $25,014
    $4,911 Savings

    Manual

    $29,925

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Silver

$2,442Average Savings

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Green

$9,944Average Premium

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2015 Ford Mustang

2015 Ford Mustang - 18,547 mi

Madera, CA - Listed 26 days ago
  • $4,268 below market price
  • dealer rating
  • 1-owner , 1 positive , low miles , free CARFAX
$29,000
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2009 Ford Mustang V6

2009 Ford Mustang V6 - 44,678 mi

Eden, NC - Listed 5 days ago
  • $2,858 below market price
  • dealer rating
  • low miles , free CARFAX
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2019 Ford Mustang

2019 Ford Mustang - 13,037 mi

Greenville, NC - Listed 51 days ago
  • $5,179 below market price
  • dealer rating
  • 1-owner , 2 positives , low miles , free CARFAX
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2017 Ford Mustang GT

2017 Ford Mustang GT - 18,964 mi

Shelbyville, IN - Listed 1 day ago
  • $4,787 below market price
  • dealer rating
  • 1-owner , 2 positives , low miles , free CARFAX
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2018 Ford Mustang

2018 Ford Mustang - 4,800 mi

Ayer, MA - Listed today
  • $7,226 below market price
  • dealer rating
  • low miles
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2000 Ford Mustang Base

2000 Ford Mustang Base - 144,402 mi

Tillamook, OR - Listed 28 days ago
  • $1,375 below market price
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2000 Ford Mustang GT

2000 Ford Mustang GT - 122,000 mi

El Cajon, CA - Listed 2 days ago
  • $2,890 below market price
  • dealer rating
  • free CARFAX
$6,000
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2018 Ford Mustang

2018 Ford Mustang - 11,518 mi

Detroit, MI - Listed 22 days ago
  • $5,831 below market price
  • dealer rating
  • low miles
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2001 Ford Mustang GT

2001 Ford Mustang GT - 57,413 mi

Clearwater, FL - Listed 8 days ago
  • $3,788 below market price
  • dealer rating
  • low miles
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2007 Ford Mustang GT Premium

2007 Ford Mustang GT Premium - 55,020 mi

Peru, IN - Listed 14 days ago
  • $3,763 below market price
  • dealer rating
  • 2 positives , low miles , free CARFAX
$14,999
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2005 Ford Mustang GT Premium

2005 Ford Mustang GT Premium - 68,951 mi

Denton, TX - Listed 21 days ago
  • $3,626 below market price
  • dealer rating
  • low miles
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2007 Ford Mustang Deluxe

2007 Ford Mustang Deluxe - 75,986 mi

Estero, FL - Listed 33 days ago
  • $3,163 below market price
  • dealer rating
  • low miles , free CARFAX
$9,888
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2007 Ford Mustang Premium

2007 Ford Mustang Premium - 105,793 mi

El Cajon, CA - Listed 43 days ago
  • $2,949 below market price
  • dealer rating
  • 2 price drops in 44 days
$8,999
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2012 Ford Mustang V6

2012 Ford Mustang V6 - 52,816 mi

Grand Blanc, MI - Listed 4 days ago
  • $2,066 below market price
  • low miles
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2020 Ford Mustang EcoBoost

2020 Ford Mustang EcoBoost - 1,381 mi

Salem, NH - Listed 118 days ago
  • $7,243 below market price
  • dealer rating
  • low miles
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2006 Ford Mustang

2006 Ford Mustang - 79,623 mi

Madison, WI - Listed 22 days ago
  • $1,476 below market price
  • dealer rating
  • low miles
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2008 Ford Mustang GT Deluxe

2008 Ford Mustang GT Deluxe - 60,041 mi

Nampa, ID - Listed 45 days ago
  • $2,222 below market price
  • dealer rating
  • 1 positive , low miles , free CARFAX
$15,500
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2005 Ford Mustang V6 Premium

2005 Ford Mustang V6 Premium - 60,418 mi

Wooster, OH - Listed 23 days ago
  • $1,333 below market price
  • dealer rating
  • low miles
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Used Ford Mustang for Sale Statistics

  • 13,360 cars for sale found, starting at $1,000
  • Average price for Used Ford Mustang: $32,936
  • 420 deals found. Average savings of $1,872
  • Save up to $8,860 below estimated market price

What Ford Mustang model year and mileage can you get for your budget?

Year Price Mileage
2020 $28,370 to $32,210 7,101 to 32,742 miles
2019 $23,390 to $28,363 14,403 to 45,759 miles
2018 $20,597 to $27,185 14,854 to 61,387 miles
2017 $19,625 to $29,190 10,804 to 75,872 miles
Year Price Mileage
2020 $25,030 to $37,092 1,000 to 27,443 miles
2019 $26,896 to $35,715 1,000 to 31,039 miles
2018 $23,621 to $32,010 4,763 to 46,399 miles
2017 $21,212 to $30,888 7,292 to 64,963 miles

Used Ford Mustang Pricing

Average Price
$32,936
For a used Ford Mustang
Average Savings
$1,872
Based on all Mustang deals found
Biggest Savings
$8,860
Below estimated market price
Good Deal
$25,112
Typical price of a good deal

What's the price of a Used Ford Mustang Coupe by year?

Average price by year
Average mileage by year

Where to find a cheap Ford Mustang ?

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Top Cities Average Price
Salt Lake City $26,589
San Diego $28,147
Seattle $30,635
Phoenix $30,985
Columbus $31,419
Raleigh $31,520
Los Angeles $31,617
Orlando $32,023
Washington $32,408
Atlanta $32,814
Greensboro $33,185
Dallas $33,433
Tampa $33,555
Houston $33,858
New York $34,339
West Palm Beach $35,029
Chicago $35,196
Miami $36,322
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How to save money when buying a used Ford Mustang ?

Seller Type Save $24,484 when you buy a Mustang from a dealer vs a Ford Mustang for sale by owner
Engine A 4-Cylinder Mustang costs $10,824 less than a 8-Cylinder
Transmission Buying a Ford Mustang with automatic transmission instead of a stick shift can save you $4,911
Certified Choosing non-CPO vs Certified Pre-Owned (CPO) can save you $3,487 on a Ford Mustang
Bodystyle A Mustang Convertible is $2,675 cheaper than a Coupe
Engine A 6-Cylinder Mustang costs $1,591 less than a 4-Cylinder

What colors are the best deals for a Ford Mustang ?

Least Expensive Color
Silver $2,442Average Savings
Most Expensive Color
Green $9,944Average Premium

What Ford Mustang color has the best resale value ?

Price differences by car color compared to the average price of a used Ford Mustang

Average car color pricing for a used Ford Mustang ?

Rank Color Compared to Avg Price
1 Silver $2,442 Savings
2 Yellow $1,225 Savings
3 Red $611 Savings
4 White $52 Higher
5 Gray $85 Higher
6 Black $277 Higher
7 Blue $672 Higher
8 Orange $1,329 Higher
9 Green $9,944 Higher

What is the best time to buy a used Ford Mustang ?

Good times to buy
- Save $272 on average: January, February, September, October, November, December are good times to buy to find the best prices.
Good times to sell
- Make an extra $269 on average: March, April, May, June, July, August are good times to sell to get the best prices
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Ford Mustang Rankings vs. the Competition

(Based on Last 5 Years' Data)
#1 - Safest
#1 - Most leg room
#3 - Kept longest
#3 - Longest-lasting
#3 - Most horsepower
#4 - Greenest
#5 - Most cargo room
#6 - Most spacious
#8 - Most fuel-efficient
#1 - Most cargo room
#1 - Most leg room
#2 - Kept longest
#2 - Longest-lasting
#3 - Most horsepower
#3 - Most spacious
#6 - Most fuel-efficient
#6 - Greenest

What Is The Average Price Of A Used Ford Mustang By Model Year?

Year Average Price Deals Listings
2021 Ford Mustang for Sale $48,788 Save $9,657 on 10 deals 1,045 listings
2020 Ford Mustang for Sale $47,006 Save $7,874 on 31 deals 1,851 listings
2019 Ford Mustang for Sale $38,609 Save $5,618 on 19 deals 1,779 listings
2018 Ford Mustang for Sale $35,589 Save $5,831 on 16 deals 1,384 listings
2017 Ford Mustang for Sale $33,038 Save $6,190 on 17 deals 1,504 listings
2016 Ford Mustang for Sale $31,300 Save $3,986 on 19 deals 1,318 listings
2015 Ford Mustang for Sale $28,323 Save $5,677 on 23 deals 1,269 listings
1969 Ford Mustang for Sale $72,390 - 34 listings
1967 Ford Mustang for Sale $66,201 - 41 listings
1966 Ford Mustang for Sale $35,290 - 73 listings
1965 Ford Mustang for Sale $43,333 - 69 listings

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Price of Used Ford Mustang in top 10 Cities

Average Price Deals Listings
Ford Mustang in Houston $33,858 Save $3,152 on 12 deals 573 listings
Ford Mustang in Atlanta $32,814 Save $4,130 on 13 deals 454 listings
Ford Mustang in Dallas $33,433 Save $9,567 on 22 deals 643 listings
Ford Mustang in Chicago $35,482 Save $3,131 on 8 deals 476 listings
Ford Mustang in Miami $35,695 Save $5,535 on 8 deals 240 listings
Ford Mustang in Los Angeles $31,617 Save $6,190 on 41 deals 583 listings
Ford Mustang in Philadelphia $34,199 Save $1,586 on 5 deals 349 listings
Ford Mustang in San Antonio $32,762 Save $2,400 on 5 deals 221 listings
Ford Mustang in Phoenix $30,985 Save $5,266 on 11 deals 316 listings
Ford Mustang in Orlando $32,023 Save $8,860 on 14 deals 330 listings

Filter on Used Used Ford Mustang Trims

Trim Average Price Listings Specs
Used Ford Mustang GT
(1982-2001, 2010-2020)
$34,463 2,860 Listings
Body Style Convertible, Coupe, Hatchback
Drive Train RWD
Fuel Type Gasoline
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Used Ford Mustang GT Premium
(2003, 2005-2020)
$37,187 2,607 Listings
Body Style Convertible, Coupe
Drive Train RWD
Fuel Type Gasoline
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Used Ford Mustang EcoBoost
(2015-2020)
$27,863 1,999 Listings
Body Style Convertible, Coupe
Drive Train RWD
Fuel Type Gasoline
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Used Ford Mustang V6
(2010-2017)
$18,334 1,558 Listings
Body Style Convertible, Coupe
Drive Train RWD
Fuel Type Gasoline
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Used Ford Mustang EcoBoost Premium
(2015-2020)
$29,045 1,413 Listings
Body Style Convertible, Coupe
Drive Train RWD
Fuel Type Gasoline
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Used Ford Mustang Shelby GT350
(2016-2020)
$65,300 368 Listings
Body Style Coupe
Drive Train RWD
Fuel Type Gasoline
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Used Ford Mustang GT Deluxe
(2002-2009)
$16,557 358 Listings
Body Style Convertible, Coupe
Drive Train RWD
Fuel Type Gasoline
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Used Ford Mustang V6 Premium
(2005-2014)
$15,360 252 Listings
Body Style Convertible, Coupe
Drive Train RWD
Fuel Type Gasoline
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Used Ford Mustang Base
(1981, 1994-2004)
$6,935 200 Listings
Body Style Convertible, Coupe, Hatchback
Drive Train RWD
Fuel Type Gasoline
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Used Ford Mustang Shelby GT500
(2020)
$102,451 148 Listings
Body Style Coupe
Drive Train RWD
Fuel Type Gasoline
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Ford Mustang Overview

The Ford Mustang is one of the most storied and well-recognized sports cars in American history. Introduced in the 1965 model year, the Mustang has undergone six generations of development. It is credited as being the first "pony car" in the American sports car category, a class of vehicle known for its affordable pricing and "short deck" coupe styling. First- and second-generation Mustangs are considered collectibles on the American market with third-generation Mustangs becoming so as well. On the used car market, the fourth-, fifth- and sixth-generation Mustang is the most common find outside of the collectible market. The fourth-generation entered the market in 1994 and the design held for a decade. As has become traditional with Mustang models, this generation had a six-cylinder and eight-cylinder engine option. A slight restyling with some engine upgrades was made in 1998 and 1999. The fifth-generation Mustang entered the market in 2005 with a much more modernized with a "retro-futurism" design heavily influenced by IndyCar champion Mario Andretti. Again, a V6 and V8 engine option was offered. A mid-cycle redesign was released in 2009, but the fifth-gen Mustang remained until 2014. In 2015, the current-generation Mustang was introduced, with exterior styling continuing in the "retro-futurism" theme but with underpinnings that radically stepped away from the traditional Mustangs of previous generations. For the first time, an independent rear suspension lay under the Mustang, dramatically improving handling and safety, while a four-cylinder engine was introduced for the first time alongside the traditional V6 and V8 options. This generation Mustang was the first to achieve top safety ratings from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA). In recent generation Mustangs, the primary complaints are with mid-mileage (40-60,000) vehicles of the fourth- and fifth-generations of the car (2005-2012). These are usually related to paint or body corrosion, an issue that plagues many Ford vehicles of those eras.

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2019 Ford Mustang

More so than any other pony car in the American sports coupe arena, the Ford Mustang has options to suit just about anyone. Redesigned in 2015 with a better ride, sportier quality, and much-improved interior, the Mustang also has powertrain and technology options to fit any driving style or budget.

No other American muscle car can claim the kind of sales history and popular persona that the Mustang holds. For 2019, Ford added a new Bullitt appearance package and a new California Special trim point.

The 2019 Ford Mustang is offered in five trim levels in its coupe body styles and three trim levels in its convertible body. There are two powerful engine choices and a all Mustang models are rear-wheel drive.

2017 Ford Mustang

The 2017 Mustang mixes today's expectations of a sports coupe with the nostalgia of the most-storied Ford vehicle. The Mustang was redesigned in 2015 as a more modern rendition of this classic, adding key elements that brought it into more competitive sports car territory. Its exterior and interior design pay homage to its past, making sure that the Mustang continues to be the pony car that named the category.

A new independent rear suspension was added in 2015, as were interior improvements and the current-generation's historically modern design. Upgrades last year added integrated turn signals into the Mustang GT's hood vents, a new infotainment interface (Ford's Sync 3) and more. For 2017 the Ford Mustang carries those changes forward.

The 2017 Ford Mustang is a 2+2 coupe, or convertible offered with three engine options, two transmission choices and three main trim levels along with several sub-trims to match. Engine choice determines the major trim level, while sub-trims are named for their package additions, whether interior upgrades or chassis changes.

The wide range of choices and varying options for affordability are key components to the Ford Mustang's success. A low-cost base level 2017 Mustang can be purchased without much financial sacrifice, while performance-oriented, hardcore GT models can be had with a wealth of sports or luxury options.

2016 Ford Mustang

The 2016 Ford Mustang is a powerful mixture of nostalgia and present-day expectation. Redesigned in 2015, the Mustang jumped into the modern age without losing its focus on being the affordable, everyman's muscle car. This pony car that started the term continues to carry with it performance and style and does so with a greatly-improved interior and a much more sports-oriented chassis.

Key upgrades for the new Mustang are found in the new independent rear suspension, a first for the pony car and just added this generation. Also added are many interior improvements, including higher materials quality and better design ergonomics. Upgrades for the 2016 model year include integrated turn signals in the GT's hood vents, a new infotainment interface called Sync 3, and a new Black Accent and California Special set of packages for the GT models.

The 2016 Ford Mustang is still a 2+2 coupe or convertible offered with three engine options, two transmissions choices, and a variety of package upgrades. Trim levels are designated by the engine choice (base, EcoBoost, and GT) with sub-trims including Performance and Premium.

2015 Ford Mustang

For this review we approached things a little bit differently as Ford introduced a wide array of very different Mustang variants for the 2015 model year with the biggest news being the addition of a 2.3 liter turbocharged 310 horsepower/320 lb. feet of torque EcoBoost 4-cylinder engine.  And frankly we felt that especially when mated to the slick shifting six-speed manual gearbox that the EcoBoost motor was more than powerful enough to keep us grinning. The only downside being that it prefers Premium Unleaded but then again so does the 5.0 liter V8 and the EcoBoost has an EPA fuel economy estimate of 22 city/31 highway. The V8? 15 city/25 highway.

We would mention the base carryover 3.7 liter 300 horsepower/ 280 lb. feet of torque V6 that does admittedly run on regular unleaded but it does so in a comparatively loud and unrefined manner compared to the EcoBoost and the 5.0 liter 435 horsepower/400 lb. feet of torque V8. Oh, didn't we mention the power readings from the V8? Well, before you start to worry about Dodge Hellcat owners mocking you do take solace knowing you are about 400% less likely to crash your new car into a center divider as you pull out of the dealership. And as a bonus, a Mustang is fun to drive at all speeds and will not catch you unawares traveling at 140 miles per hour. Try getting out of that ticket in your shiny new Hellcat.

Going back to the Ecoboost motor, to some a Mustang with a 4-cylinder is akin to heresy much like claiming the Mustang Two was anything more than a Pinto in drag.  But true aficionados of the pony car will know this isn't the first time Ford has given its ultra-successful sporty two door four cylinders as the 1984-1986 Mustang SVO turbo model could attest. It is a highly collectible vehicle today even though the public and perhaps even Ford didn't know what to make of this Mustang which was supposed to be more fuel efficient. In fact, Ford never publicly admitted the SVO's engine made a healthy for that time 175 horsepower and if the road had curves it could really rattle a V8 Mustang owner's nerves.

So that was a little bit of what has come before for the Mustang nameplate but truly all eyes are on the 2015 Mustang models to show everyone if this pony car can ever truly be tamed after years of a reputation for being somewhat unruly especially with the V8 engines. Well, this was the first Mustang designed to be sold around the world in right and left hand drive so Ford must have allocated more funds to the project because this is like watching a pop diva returning from a filmed, drunken embarrassment broadcast on TMZ rise out of it with a stunning, simple and powerful performance.

This, now, is the chance for the Mustang to show the world all that it has been, all its many newfound talents and more importantly to make people hopefully feel good about themselves when behind the wheel. We know we did but we never look very cool so we take any opportunity.

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