European Prices For 2015 Ford Mustang Revealed

Cameron Aubernon
by Cameron Aubernon

Europeans who are itching to saddle up the new 2015 Ford Mustang now know how much the price of admission will be to do so, and it’s quite the pretty penny.

Mustang6G obtained a German market brochure for the pony car in late December, which listed the base prices for the following configurations:

  • 2.3-liter EcoBoost Fastback (manual) – €34,000 (~$41,511 USD)
  • 2.3-liter EcoBoost Fastback (auto) – €36,000 (~$43,953)
  • 2.3-liter EcoBoost Convertible (manual) – €38,000 (~$46,394)
  • 2.3-liter EcoBoost Convertible (auto) – €40,000 (~$48,836)
  • 5.0-liter Coyote Fastback (manual) – €39,000 (~$47,615)
  • 5.0-liter Coyote Fastback (auto) – €41,000 (~$50,057)
  • 5.0-liter Coyote Convertible (manual) – €43,000 (~$52,500)
  • 5.0-liter Coyote Convertible (auto) – €45,000 (~$54,941)

Though the European prices are much higher than the $23,800 – $46,170 base range in the United States, the Mustang still fares well against other sport coupes in the market. For example, the BMW 4 Series starts at €36,050 ($42,638), topping out at €48,100 ($56,891) for the 435i. Meanwhile, the Euro-spec Chevrolet Camaro, powered by the SS’ 6.2-liter V8, begins at €39,990 ($47,298), bringing it in line with the 5-liter manual fastback.

Cameron Aubernon
Cameron Aubernon

Seattle-based writer, blogger, and photographer for many a publication. Born in Louisville. Raised in Kansas. Where I lay my head is home.

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  • Hgrunt Hgrunt on Jan 09, 2015

    They're as American as the Hollywood sign and red Solo cups. I'm sure there's enthusiasts there who are as excited at the prospect of being able to buy a factory warrantied Ford Mustang GT the same way we have people waiting for the Focus RS to appear on our shores. I test drove a base Ecoboost and a near-loaded 5.0 GT, both 2015s with manual transmissions. Either I haven't driven a lot of new cars, or my expectations were somewhere else, but they were incredibly nice and easy to drive, rode and handled very well, and felt remarkably similar to my E46.

    • RobertRyan RobertRyan on Jan 09, 2015

      I would say in the cold light of day, much more practical offering are around

  • Big Al from Oz Big Al from Oz on Jan 09, 2015

    I've read that the 24 000 Mustangs earmarked for the Australian market have already been bought, even before they were manufactured. I wonder if Australia has a larger Mustang market than the EU. Looking at the prices of the EU Mustangs you'd expect the build quality to be comparable to a BMW. Are the new Mustangs using the MT82 Getrag's? I hope not. My MT82 in my BT50 just sh!t itself. It has been relatively hard to shift since new. The warranty ran out on 04 Jan 2015! 08 Jan 2015 was when the box really had a nasty turn. I have heard the gradual increase in "noised" emanating from the box though. But, I've been to busy, ie, travelling etc. The gear cluster and layshafts seem to be struggling. Making chirping, grinding and clunking sounds. The gears feel more like they have lobes, with some lurching. Drove the pickup like that for over 2 000km using 5th (1:1). No traffic lights in the Outback. But, alas, to Mazda's credit they will replace the gearbox for free. You can't beat that for service. I see many US Ford Mustang customers with the MT82 received diddly squat from Ford Detroit. The MT82 is license manufactured by Ford. A great thanks to Mazda, again for the replacement at no cost.

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    • Athos Nobile Athos Nobile on Jan 10, 2015

      @Big Al from Oz That sucks. Can't say much, but googled a bit and... spent too much time on the interwebZ. I don't know Australia very well, but a quick Google search gave me the answer I was suspecting: your were in woop woop / middle of nowhere.

  • Athos Nobile Athos Nobile on Jan 09, 2015

    Those prices are in line with what the local press is *expecting* down here.

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    • Big Al from Oz Big Al from Oz on Jan 09, 2015

      Sorry Atos, incorrect comment. But I have faith in you. You'll nut ths one out!

  • Stanczyk Stanczyk on Feb 13, 2015

    Let Mustang be a Mustang .. People love Mustang because it is a Mustang .. big, simple, cheap, muscular , little bit ‘clumsy’ traditional amercian Pony-Muscle .. Why do we need another ‘Euro/Japanesse - inspired’ 'sports car' .. ? .. there’s place for variety .. They say that new Mustang only ‘goes global’ (and , yes indeed, this new version has just 2 signs of ‘pussy-fication’: more ‘sporty-european’ design and this 4-banger [that, BTW gets too much ‘attention & marketing’..]), .. but I’m affraid that with the next ‘global-product- generation’ Mustang , ‘One-Ford ‘ will try to compete directly with .. ‘Nissan Zet’ or ‘BMW Zet’... (.. Mustang ‘ll loose it’s character,, but ‘corporate’ Ford ‘ will name it ‘progress’ and ‘success’..) That’s the problem with ‘global-attitude’: car magazines , ‘corporate brainwashed’ PR people copying each others opinions , .. (and everywhere you’ve got hysteria about .. ‘track-numbers’ and .. ‘sharp-steering’.. ) .. This ‘unification’ should makes us .. tired .. and .. worried ..