2006 Ford Mustang GT - The 2006 Mustang is available as both a coupe and a convertible, powered by either a V6 or a V8 engine. The V6 Deluxe comes well equipped for less than $20,000. The Mustang GT boasts a multi-valve, overhead-cam V8 that produces 300 horsepower. Both are available with a manual or automatic transmission. More importantly, both deliver the bold styling, rear-drive performance and affordability that have been Mustang hallmarks for decades. Retro inspired, to be sure, the Mustang is nonetheless a thoroughly modern car. Launched for 2005 with a clean-sheet design, the Mustang is faster and more agile than ever. It's also quieter and better built (even the convertible), and it rides more smoothly. Its interior is a throwback to the original Mustang, but it's also functional and well finished. For 2006, a new Pony Package gives V6 Mustangs all the show, if not the go, of the V8. The V8s are available with trendy new 18-inch wheels for 2006.
This Mustang GT is offered in the striking white exterior over black leather and accented nicely with a set of black 18" wheels. It has been exceptionally well-maintained, garage kept, and owned by a non-smoker. The best part is that this Mustang boasts only 40k miles from and looks showroom new. Everything works like it should and with the 5-speed transmission it is a blast to drive. A complete list of features and options include; V8, 5 Speed, RWD, A/C, Front Airbags, Factory Alarm, ABS Brakes, Center Console Storage, Cruise Control, Cloth Floormats, Fog Lights, Keyless Entry, Power Windows/Locks/Mirrors, Power Seats, Rear Window Defrost, Shaker 1000 AM/FM/CD Changer, Subwoofer, Tilt, Tint, Traction Control, Spare Tire, 18" Alloy Wheels, and Thick 255/45 ZR18 Tires!
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