2017 Ford Mustang comes with track pack equipment as standard!

2017 Ford Mustang2017 Ford Mustang is an update to the lineup that many will find appealing; and there is a good reason behind it.

It seems that Ford will finally let the customers build then the way they wanted to for a long time. The changes that we are yet to see on the 2017 Ford Mustang GT350 were doubted for some time. However, now that they are official, it’s worth looking at them more closely. Some of the important details on the 2017 Ford Mustang are the making of the Track Pack standard and making sure that the Track and Technology pack goodies aren’t mutually exclusive. In addition, we will definitely see a slight shuffle in the exterior color option.

2017 Ford Mustang comes with track pack equipment as standard

2017 Ford MustangAs most of you are probably interested in the thing that’s going to power the 2017 Ford Mustang, we’ll start off with that. Ford announced that its next year beast will have a 5.2-litre V8 under the hood, producing  429lb ft of torque and 526bph. While we’re at performance goodies, we will mention the Track package that used to be optional with extra coolers, MagneRide active dampers, aluminum strut tower brace and rear decklid spoiler. However, the company no longer prevents buyers from choosing items from what used to be the Technology Package. As previously mentioned, the 2017 Ford Mustang will have it as standard.

In 2017, we will also witness another change; the Electronics Package and the Convenience Package. The former includes  9-speaker audio system, navigation and Sync3. The latter offers what the Electronics Package has, plus leather power-adjustable sport seats. In other words, you can actually choose the level of electronics and comfort you would like to experience.

When it comes to the price, we do expect from Ford to make the 2017 Ford Mustang more expensive then the previous model.  But, you shouldn’t cry too much for the non-Track Pack base car only because it was cheaper. The company realized that even with that price tag, everyone could see the trick. Be that as it may, we are still eager to see the 2017 Ford Mustang hit the street.

In the video below, Randy Kerdoon from Talking About Cars and Generation Auto talks with Jim Owens, Ford marketing manager, about other Mustangs, the history behind Mustang vehicles and the 2017 Ford Mustang. Check it out!

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