What used Ford Mustang coupe will I get for my budget?
About £24,000 seems the bottom line for a Mustang of 2015/16 vintage. This buys either 2.3 or 5.0-litre versions, with an average mileage for the year. Expect to spend between £25,000 and £28,000 on a 2017 car, and around £30,000 to £35,000 on a newish 2018 or 2019 car, bought from a franchised dealer.
How much does it cost to run a Ford Mustang coupe?
According to the older NEDC official figures, the 2.3 achieves 31.3mpg on the combined cycle, with corresponding CO2 emissions of 199g/km. The V8 is thirstier, not surprisingly, at 22.8mpg and 277g/km.
Cars registered before the tax changes of April 2017 came into force will pay an annual car tax (VED) based on CO2 emissions, while those registered after will pay a flat rate, currently £140 a year. Cars costing over £40,000 new will also pay a supplementary luxury car tax, currently £310 a year.
Insurance groups are relatively high, of course, and servicing costs won’t be as cheap as you might expect a Ford to be.
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