Ford Mustang 2023 Price in Pakistan. The Ford Mustang has been developing into a more advanced vehicle for more than 55 years. A six-speed manual transmission and a 310-hp turbocharged inline-four EcoBoost engine are standard on this model. The Mustang GT with its 450-hp V-8 engine is the more normal option, even though the pony car can be as wild as the 760-hp Shelby GT500, which was reviewed separately.
Both the four-cylinder and V-8 engines can be connected to either a 10-speed automatic or manual transmission. Although Mustangs are available as either hard-shell coupes or rag-top convertibles, all Mustangs have rear-wheel drive. The snarling V-8 is the engine that the Mustang is ideally suited for, despite the four-cylinder having a High-Performance 330-hp EcoBoost option. Although the Chevy Camaro, the Mustang’s closest muscular opponent, has a more comfortable cabin, the Mustang’s wider back seat and improved outside vision make it simpler to live with.
Ford Mustang 2023 Price in Pakistan
|Ford Mustang 2023 Price||PKR 6,573,000 to 13,066,000|
Ford Mustang 2023 Price in USA
|EcoBoost Premium||USD $34,170|
|GT Premium||USD $44,740|
|Mach 1||USD $57,945|
|ENGINE AND FUEL|
|Type||5.0L V8 Twin-independent VCT Engine|
|Displacement||302 cu. in.|
|Torque||410 lb.-ft @ 4,600rpm|
|Horsepower||450 hp @ 7,000rpm|
|Bore/stroke||92.2 mm * 92.7 mm|
|Valve lifters||Roller finger followers|
|Fuel consumption||15 city, 24highway, 18cmb|
|Fuel capacity (GAL)||16 GT350 15.5 EcoBoost|
|Exhaust||Dual Exhaust installed with quad tips|
|Fuel delivery||Electronic Sequential Multi-Port Fuel Injection|
|Material of cylinder head and engine block||Aluminium|
|Suspension||Front: MacPherson strut (Double-ball-joint) with stabilizer bar Rear: coil springs with independent Integral-link and stabilizer bar|
|Brakes||Powered 4-Wheel Disc, Traction Control, and Anti-Lock System.|
|Shock absorbers||Outboard-Mounted and Hydraulic Gas-Pressurized|
|Steering||EPAS (Selectable-Effort Electric Power Assisted)|
|Electronic Stability Control||Supported|
|CAPACITIES AND DIMENSIONS|
|Passenger volume (cu.ft.)||82.8|
|Trunk volume (cu.ft.)||13.5|
|Width (in)||Excluding mirrors: 75.4 Including mirrors: 81.9|
|Tracks (in)||Front: 62.4 Rear: 65.1|
What’s New for 2023?
The 2023 Ford Mustang remains mostly untouched in preparation for the following-generation pony car. The fifth generation S550 chassis is bookended by the 2023 Mustang, and an entirely new S650 Mustang with new styling, more power, and a much more technologically advanced interior will go on sale sometime in the summer of 2023.
The only GT or Mach 1 models of the Mustang’s thunderous, 450-hp 5.0-litre V-8 engine offer the greatest driving experiences. The latter is more thrilling to drive thanks to performance components taken from the Shelby GT500 and boasts 20 more horsepower (470 total) than the normal GT variant. We would advise the standard GT coupe because, regrettably, its starting price is close to $58,000. We would choose the GT Performance option, which comes with stronger Brembo front brakes, a limited-slip differential, stickier summer tyres, special chassis tuning, and more if we were to stick with the regular manual transmission.
Engine, Transmission, and Performance:
Don’t let the base 310-hp turbocharged EcoBoost four-low-cylinder cylinder count deceive you; it has enough power to put the V-8 Mustangs of the past to shame. A more melodious and quick EcoBoost engine derived from the long-gone Ford Focus RS is also included in the 330-hp High-Performance package, which is an option.
The four-cylinder coupe is also prepared for the racetrack thanks to the optional EcoBoost Handling package. The 450-hp V-8 powering the GT versions has an optional active exhaust that produces a resonant growl. The Mustang accelerates more quickly thanks to the combination of these two powerful engines and either a 10-speed automatic transmission or the regular six-speed manual.
The Performance Pack Level 2 (PPL2), which is track-focused, and the spectacular Bullitt model have both been retired, leaving the resurrected Mach 1 model as the vehicle with the strongest performance credentials. It can terrorise racetracks and make supermarket runs thanks to an upgraded 470-hp V-8 and chassis parts common with Shelby Mustangs, but the Mach 1 we rode had a tiresome tendency to tramline.
However, the Mustang’s chassis still provides a smooth and controlled driving experience, even with the less potent engines. The electrically assisted steering is properly weighted in the other two modes and is adequately mild in Comfort mode. In stop-and-go traffic, we found the solid feel of the Mustang’s brake pedal to be touchy, but at greater speeds, it’s simpler to use smoothly.
Interior, Comfort, and Cargo:
The interior of the Mustang is a progression of design that pays homage to earlier Mustangs while still managing to be totally practical and livable. Although it has high-end luxuries like heated and cooled front seats, its subpar plastics and claustrophobic back seats, which can only fit the Headless Horseman, are drawbacks.
The Mustang is a high-performance everyday driver thanks to excellent performance and generous load space. It features the greatest interior storage capacity among competitors and held the second-most carry-on baggage in our testing. The back seat may be folded and stowed by pulling a strap. The Mustang has the capacity to carry up to 12 carry-on luggage. Of the rivals we tested, the Ford has the largest centre-console bin.
Fuel Economy and Real-World MPG:
The turbocharged four-cylinder Mustang with the 10-speed automatic transmission, which received EPA ratings of 22 mpg in the city and 32 mpg on the highway, is the most economical Mustang. 15 mpg in the city and 24 mpg on the highway were the ratings for the Mustang’s V-8 engine. In our tests, the four-cylinder with the manual transmission achieved 24 mpg, which is 7 mpg less than the EPA-recommended figure. In our hands, the automatic V-8 achieved 24 mpg, which is in line with its EPA rating.
Connectivity and Information:
Ford’s optional Sync 3 infotainment system boasts an easy-to-use interface and a neat look. Although it isn’t as quick or powerful as some competitors, it does include Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, and a great sound. A Wi-Fi hotspot is provided for the Mustang. As a standard feature, Ford Sync Connect enables owners to monitor and operate their vehicles via a smartphone app.
Features for Driver Assistance and Safety
In order to move faster and feel safer, the Mustang is also available with more driver-assistance technology than any other pony car. Right, so how do driver assistance systems operate? Visit the websites of the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) and the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) to learn more about the results of the Mustang’s crash tests. Important safety elements include:
- Automatic emergency braking and forward collision warning are both available.
- Lane-departure warning and lane-keeping assistance are also options.
- Available rear cross-traffic warning and blind-spot monitoring