The New 2024 Mustang Order Banks Are Open

The New 2024 Mustang Order Banks Are Open

Are you ready for the exciting news? In just a few short weeks, the order banks for the 2024 Mustang will finally open! But the burning question on everyone’s mind is, how much will it cost to get behind the wheel of this beauty? Well, my friends, today we have all the juicy details for you.

2024 Mustang Order Banks
2024 Mustang Order Banks

The Dark Horse: The Premium Mustang

Let’s start with the Dark Horse, the cream of the crop for the 2024 Mustangs. This model is not only the premium version but also the highest-performing car, comparable to the outgoing Mach 1. And if you want to get your hands on this beauty, you’ll have to be willing to shell out just over $57,000 for the base model. But if you really want to go all out and get the ultimate experience, with every option available, including the $8,500 set of carbon fiber wheels, you’re looking at approaching a whopping $80,000. Yes, it’s a steep price to pay, but believe me, it’s worth every penny.

The EcoBoost and GT: A Price Increase

Now, let’s move on to the EcoBoost and GT models. Unfortunately, the prices for these models have gone up, and even more so than before. For the 2024 EcoBoost base model, you’re looking at a starting price of $30,920. That means there are no brand new Mustangs available for less than $30,000. In comparison, the 2023 price was $27,770, so there’s about a $3,150 difference between the two.

But let me tell you, the 2024 model comes with a whole new look and interior. Picture this: a 12.4-inch in-dash cluster right in front of the driver. If you want to upgrade to the 2024 premium EcoBoost, the price jumps to $36,445, compared to $32,795 last year. That’s an additional $3,650 for the premium experience, which includes a dual-screen setup with a 12.2-inch display in front of you and a 13.2-inch display to the side. Trust me, you’ll be surrounded by so much technology, it’ll feel like you’re living in the future.

And if you’re a fan of convertibles, well, you’re looking at a starting price of $41,945 for an EcoBoost premium convertible. Keep in mind that the convertible option is only available in the premium model. In comparison, last year’s price was $37,995. So, there’s a $3,950 difference there. On average, the EcoBoost models are about $3,500 more expensive than the previous year.

Mustang GT: Performance at a Price

Now, let’s talk about the Mustang GT. We know many of you are all about that performance. For the base model 2024 Mustang GT Fastback, the price is $41,495. Compared to last year’s price of $38,345, that’s only a $3,150 difference. Not bad for a car that comes with a Gen 4 coyote engine, packing a powerful punch of 480 horsepower.

But here’s the catch: it seems that some options, like the active or Brembo brakes, will only be available if you get the premium model. Speaking of which, the 2024 Mustang GT premium Fastback will set you back $46,015. Last year, it cost $43,365, so that’s a $2,650 difference. But let me tell you, for that price, you’ll be getting a whole new engine, body, and interior, along with those fancy digital LCD screens.

And for all you convertible lovers out there, a Mustang GT premium convertible will cost you over $50,000, with a starting price of $51,515. That’s a $2,950 difference from last year’s model. On average, the Mustang GT models see a price increase of about $2,916 compared to the previous year.

It’s Time to Splash the Cash

Now, I know what you’re thinking. These prices aren’t exactly wallet-friendly. And I get it. The days of getting a Mustang for a steal seem to be behind us. The truth is, cars are evolving, technology is advancing, and the price reflects that. We’re no longer in the days of the fox body where you could get a ton of performance for your dollar. But let’s look on the bright side – with all the new features, technological advancements, and stunning design, the 2024 Mustang is truly a masterpiece on wheels.

So, my dear friends, what are your thoughts on the pricing? Let us know in the comments below. We understand that these cars don’t come cheap, but they offer an experience like no other. And if you’re ready to dive into the world of luxury and performance, head over to Banking Blog to learn more about the new 2024 Mustang and other exciting updates in the world of banking and finance.

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