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Facelifted Ford Mustang to get 10-speed automatic

By Faiming_low on 05 Oct 2016 in New model

Attached Image While the sixth-generation Ford Mustang just arrived not to long ago on our shores, news that Ford is working on a facelift has surfaced. For those in the know, the current Mustang has been on sale since 2013 and is about time it gets a little refreshing.

Set to get the usual exterior tweaks that will include an updated grille, different lighting units on both ends and modified front and rear bumpers, the car will be getting a 10-speed automatic gearbox. The new gearbox is expected to be pair with both the 2.3-litre Ecoboost and 5.0-litre V8 engines and should be ready for sale sometime around 2018. With that said, it is not known whether the rest of the world other than America will be getting the updated gearbox.

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Written by Faiming_low
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Sdf4786k Oct 09 2016 02:27 PM
Wonder how.was the sales.like
Cheefarn Oct 09 2016 04:42 PM

Wonder how.was the sales.like

I am sure it is super low. RM pricing for the Mustang is all wrong. In USA, Mustang 5.0GT costs ard US$35k with every options in the book thrown in, street price.

Its about the same price region as the Lexus ES350 over there.

Our Mustang 5.0 cost a ridiculous $290k! Mustang has not been, and never shall be, a BMW M3, Porsche,competitor. It is not designed to be a lux coupe also.

It has always been about big, affordable power for the masses. It just so happens that the current Mustang is so powerful that the exotic machines are starting to shiver in their pants.

IMHO, our Mustang is about $100k overpriced. Bring it down to 180-190k for a more realistic pricing

D3badge Oct 10 2016 02:59 AM
You already say Ford Mustang price like a Lexus ES350! Our Singapore Lexus IS only ES250 not ES350!!! If you take cue from Lexus GS350 pricing, then if Lexus will to bring in ES350 it should cost about $290k RRP exclude the discount to lower the price. So Guess you are the one who got it all wrong in term of pricing base on your analysis
Lordmazex Oct 10 2016 05:04 PM

Wonder where in singapore you could get a BMW M3 for 290k brand new...

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