2010 Ford Mustang Values

Select a 2010 Ford Mustang trim level

2010 model year changes

The Mustang gets some very significant improvements that bring Ford's pony car a refreshed character. Changes include resculpted sheetmetal, a more powerful V8 engine in the GT model and a retuned suspension. The interior has also been upgraded extensively, with new materials and an all-new look for the instrument panel. The high-performance Shelby GT500 model inherits many of the same design changes as the standard Mustang, with the addition of the more powerful 540-hp engine that powered last year's GT500KR model.

Competitive comparison

Classic pony-car styling; uncluttered interior design; ride; strong V8 performance value

Special features for 2010

The Mustang has always been one of the strongest performance values for the money. With a new 315-horsepower engine now standard on the GT model, plus a number of improvements that make the Mustang more comfortable and enjoyable to drive, it's a better value than ever. Meanwhile, the GT500 appeals to those who want a more exclusive performance Mustang because it adds additional exotic design cues, a high-power supercharged engine as well as numerous performance tweaks.



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The 2010 Ford Mustang features the first major redesign since the wildly popular retro style was introduced for the 2005 model year. Sporting all-new sheet metal except for the roof, the new Mustang is a decidedly more aggressive take on the last generation's classic looks. The powerdome hood, sweeping beltline and new grille and front fascia give the 2010 Ford Mustang a muscular, sporty stance. The 210 hp 4.0L V6 carries over from last year's model, while the GT's 4.6L V8 gets a boost from 300 hp to 315 hp by utilizing the exhaust, intake and ECU tuning from the 2009 Bullitt Mustang. The 2010 GT500 gets a similar treatment, allowing the 5.4L supercharged V8 to produce a monstrous 540 hp and 510 ft-lbs of torque - 40 hp and 30 ft-lbs more than the 2009 model. Starting at $20,995 MSRP for the V6 coupe and $27,995 for the V8 GT coupe, the 2010 Ford Mustang continues the legacy of affordable power in an attractive and instantly recognizable package.