Only 8,755 miles on this fantastic 2013 Ford Mustang Boss 302 in 'Gotta Have It Green' with Black Interior. 5.0-liter V8 engine that produces 444 horsepower and 380 lb/ft of torque, 6-speed manual trans. Recaro 'Boss 302' embroidered sport seats. Helical Differential. The standard feature set of the 2013 Ford Mustang Boss 302 includes: 19" aluminum wheels, 4-way exhaust system featuring a set of side-exit exhaust outlets, "Boss" specific hood with heat extraction vents, Boss 302 graphics, Unique grille and front splitter, Rear spoiler, 3.73:1 rear axle ratio, Brembo front brake rotors and calipers, Adjustable shock absorbers, Selectable electronic power steering, Unique interior trim, Suede-wrapped steering wheel, "Boss" cloth seats, Ford Sync, Dark Aluminum instrument panel, Gloss paint center stack and console, Metallic clutch, brake and accelerator pedals, 6-speed manual transmission.The contemporary Boss 302 is the top-performing version of the "mainstream" Ford Mustangs. Only the considerably more expensive Shelby Mustang models offer more performance. While other versions of the Mustang can be had either as a coupe or a convertible, the Boss 302 is strictly a coupe only situation. Ford dressed up this Boss 302 with a 'Gotta Have It Green' paint finish. Ford also provided a powerful design with a more prominent grille, a new splitter, functional hood extractors, and a new lighting set-up that features HID headlamps and LED-surround taillamps. As for the rear, the Boss 302 has a new high-gloss black panel that connects the taillamps, which deliver a smoked appearance adding to the sinister and aggressive look. Rounding out the exterior details is a massive suspension upgrade that features a new set of 19" lightweight black alloy racing wheels wrapped in high-performance tires with matching Brembo brakes.There have been a number of revered models of the Mustang over the years. However, without question, one of the most legendary is the Boss 302. The 2013 Ford Mustang Boss 302 is a muscle car built for performance, harkening back to the days of the 1970 Boss 302. Developed specifically to compete in the Trans-Am racing series, the original Boss 302 used something of a "Frankenstein" engine. While it ran the tunnel port Windsor V8 block, it used the larger Cleveland heads. Displacing 302 cubic inches (thus the "Boss 302" name), the engine produced a quoted 290 horsepower (although nearly everyone agrees it was considerably more). With it, the 1970 Boss 302 did 0 -- 60 in 6.9 seconds and ran the quarter-mile in 14.6 seconds.An old saying goes, "It's what's up front that counts". When it comes to the 2013 Ford Mustang Boss 302, what's up front is an even more potent version of the freest winding V8 engine we've ever seen in an American muscle car. Featuring forged pistons, sodium-filled valves, high-performance valve springs, an oil cooler, and high-lift cams, the Boss 302's engine boasts a 7500-rpm redline. Ford tweaked a few things on the muscle car's technical set-up to improve handling and longevity, specifically a refined suspension system that includes higher-rate coil springs on all four corners, stiffer suspension bushings, and a larger-diameter rear stabilizer bar.The unique quad exhaust system applied to the car runs outlets at the sides of the car as well as at the rear. This reduces backpressure in the engine to permit freer winding. Output is quoted at 444 horsepower and 380 ft-lbs of torque. Wind this engine to that redline in the lower gears and you'll be treated to one of the sweetest sounds in the entire automotive universe.The only transmission offering for the Boss 302 is Ford's six-speed manual. Boasting short, positive throws, it's very user-friendly and highly conducive to making a lot of speed. Clutch effort is nominal and the engine's generous supply of torque makes setting off from rest a very simple matter.For the two lucky folks sitting in the Mustang's front seats, all is well --- particularly with the Recaro seating option. Cloth upholstery rather than leather covers the Boss 302 seats to reduce slipping and sliding when the Mustang is cornering vigorously. Behind the meaty steering wheel, you will face a brace of chrome ringed gauges, whose shape are mirrored artistically by the air vents. The 180-mph speedometer hints at the performance potential of the Mustang Boss 302, as does the 7,500 rpm redline on the tachometer.For the 2013 Boss 302, a new 4.2-inch LCD screen behind the steering wheel displays information related to fuel economy and vehicle performance. A five-way control button on the steering wheel enables cycling through the readouts. The Track Apps display housed within it measures g-forces, acceleration times in quarter-mile and 0-60 increments, and braking times. The timing function supports both automatic and countdown starts. Ford included its voice-activated in-car connectivity system, the Ford SYNC. The SYNC will include, among other things, a hands-free, voice-activated calling via a Bluetooth-connected mobile phone and control of a USB-connected digital music player, and 911 Assist, the automated emergency calling service that is free for the life of the vehicle.For more information on this 2013 Ford Mustang Boss 302, or any of our 50+ high-performance coupes always in stock, contact one of our friendly and knowledgeable sales consultants or feel free to drop by our Bellevue, WA showroom and peruse the West Coast's finest assortment of luxury, exotic, special interest and collectible cars - We Always Have 150+ on Site at our 5-acre Park Place Center.