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Ford Mustang g Mach E 258kW Premium 91kWh AWD 5dr +14
Ford Mustang £59,555
g Mach E 258kW Premium 91kWh AWD 5dr Auto
Finance from £1445 per month

2023

Automatic

2.8 mpg

Tax: n/a

Mileage: 10

Electric

Ford Mustang g Mach E 258kW Extended Range 88kWh A +24
Ford Mustang £41,999
g Mach E 258kW Extended Range 88kWh AWD 5dr Auto

2024

Automatic

Tax: £0

Mileage: 162

Electric

Ford Mustang g Mach e MUSTANG MACH-E EXT RANGE Hat +33
Ford Mustang £48,995
g Mach e MUSTANG MACH-E EXT RANGE
Finance from £1184 per month

2023

Automatic

Tax: £0

Mileage: 243

Electric

Ford Mustang g MACH E 98kWh Extended Range Auto AW +27
Ford Mustang £39,995
g MACH E 98kWh Extended Range Auto AWD 5dr Save over £26000 on List Price
Finance from £962 per month

2023

Automatic

Tax: £0

Mileage: 377

Electric

Ford Mustang g 5.0 V8 GT Euro 6 2dr STUNNING SPECI +37
Ford Mustang £44,950
g 5.0 V8 GT Euro 6 2dr STUNNING SPECIFICATION
Finance from £1084 per month

2022

Manual

23.3 mpg

Tax: £180

Mileage: 648

Petrol

Ford Mustang g Mach E 216kW Extended Range 91kWh R +24
Ford Mustang £40,999
g Mach E 216kW Extended Range 91kWh RWD 5dr Auto

2024

Automatic

Tax: £0

Mileage: 1,000

Electric

Click & Collect or Delivery Available
Ford Mustang g Mach E 258kW Extended Range 88kWh A +24
Ford Mustang £42,000
g Mach E 258kW Extended Range 88kWh AWD 5dr Auto

2024

Automatic

Tax: £0

Mileage: 2,350

Electric

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Ford Mustang g Mach E 258kW Extended Range 88kWh A +24
Ford Mustang £41,980
g Mach E 258kW Extended Range 88kWh AWD 5dr Auto

2024

Automatic

Tax: £0

Mileage: 2,839

Electric

Ford Mustang g 5.0 V8 440 GT 2dr Auto Coupe 2022, +24
Ford Mustang £43,799
g 5.0 V8 440 GT 2dr Auto

2022

Semi-Auto

24.8 mpg

Tax: £180

Mileage: 3,093

Petrol

Ford Mustang g Mach E 258kW Extended Range 88kWh A +24
Ford Mustang £44,999
g Mach E 258kW Extended Range 88kWh AWD 5dr Auto

2023

Automatic

Tax: £0

Mileage: 3,120

Electric

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Why buy a used Ford Mustang with Exchange and Mart?

So here we are at the end of an era. This seventh generation Ford Mustang will almost certainly be the last in this iconic model line of hairy-chested muscle-bound US sports coupes and convertibles, which dates back to 1964. Not to be confused with the all-electric Mustang Mach-E electric hatch, which stands for everything most 'Stang owners would abjectly hate. "Investing in another generation of Mustang is a big statement at a time when many of our competitors are exiting the business of internal combustion vehicles" said Ford CEO Jim Farley at this MK7 model's Autumn 2022 launch. Except that this isn't really another generation of Mustang; more a far-reaching facelift of the previous coupe and convertible. The engines and suspension are basically the same as those of the previous Fastback and cabrio models, which were launched back in 2015, as is the 'S-550' platform. So just how different is this MK7 Mustang from what went before? Let's take a look.

About the Ford Mustang

For 'Stang enthusiasts, there's both joy and sorrow here. Joy that against the current zeitgeist, Ford has seen fit to extend the life of its iconic sports car. And sorrow that this is almost certainly its final curtain call - in combustion form anyway. If Ford had been serious about continuing this model line with the kind of feel and blood line an enthusiast would recognise, it would have created a properly new design for it; the brand's latest 'CD6' architecture that underpins the current US-spec Ford Explorer was ready and waiting for just such a thing. But what brand could commit to that in a market turning to Hybrids and EVs? Yes, even in this Mustang's segment; one of its nearest rivals, the Mercedes-AMG C 63, is now a Plug-in Hybrid. Ford might well have ended Mustang Coupe and Convertible production completely, but didn't want to quite yet because the old post-2015-era sixth generation version sold so well, garnering that series Mustang the title of 'the world's best-selling sports car'. So it is that we've got the facelift which you may or may not think does enough to deserve it's claimed 'MK 7' status. But at least we have it. At least you can still buy a proper Mustang. And at least the 'Pony Car' story will have one last chapter.

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