Best used 2015-present Ford Mustang PCP finance deals

There are few cars more American than a Mustang, and in right-hand drive, us Brits can enjoy it too. Search the latest Mustang deals here

Matt Rigby
Sep 27, 2021

Since the first Mustang was unveiled way back in 1964, more than 10 million Mustangs have been sold. In fact, the original car remains the fastest-selling model ever, with 20,000 sold within a fortnight of the car’s launch. But despite the car’s status as a cultural icon, we had to wait until 2015 to get one that was officially sold in the UK with right-hand drive.

This is the sixth-generation of the Mustang, and comes with a choice of two engines - a high-performance 5.0-litre V8 with 416hp (450hp from 2018 onwards) and a more economical but still potent 2.3-litre turbocharged 'EcoBoost' four-cylinder engine with 317hp.

The EcoBoost engine, similar to the one used in the Ford Focus RS, provides decent enough performance and reasonable fuel economy of a little over 30mpg, but it doesn’t offer the dramatic engine note of the fantastic 5.0-litre motor or its very strong acceleration. The Mustang is still a quick machine, even in 2.3-litre form, though.

The Mustang is available as a sleek coupe and as a fabric-roofed convertible model, which is a great way to enjoy the burble from the potent V8 engine even more clearly.

All Mustangs are rear-wheel drive and gearbox choices consist of a six-speed manual and a 10-speed automatic gearbox. The manual gearbox is fun to use, giving you a greater feeling of connection to the powerful engines, but can make the Mustang a little tiring in traffic, while the automatic offers a seamless and smooth-shifting experience.

Mustangs are relatively good value as new cars, but hold onto their value very well, largely due to their desirability. As a result, even though the Mustang might cost a little more than some alternatives in outright cash terms, it should lose relatively little value as it gets older, making for surprisingly affordable PCP finance monthly payments for a big petrol sports car that uses lots of fuel.

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Unlike many car model ranges, the Ford Mustang doesn’t really have specification levels. Instead, its equipment levels are connected to which engine you go for - although the Bullitt special edition which sits at the top of the range is a bit of an exception to that.

Best Ford Mustang EcoBoost deals

The 2.3-litre Mustang is notionally the entry-level model in the Mustang range, but it’s pretty well equipped. There’s an eight-inch touchscreen media system as standard, with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, plus electrically adjustable leather seats, a rear-view camera, and dual-zone climate control. Large 19-inch alloy wheels are standard-fit, too.

It's worth being aware that sat-nav isn’t included as standard, but it is part of an option pack that includes an upgraded Bang & Olufsen sound system. So keep an eye out for this, if having built-in navigation is important to you.

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Best Ford Mustang GT deals

On top of the equipment you’ll find in the entry-level EcoBoost models, the 5.0 V8 GT car gets a different design of alloy wheels - though still 19-inch in diameter - upgraded brakes, and an active exhaust that provides different sounds (and levels of noise) depending on what driving mode you’re in.

There's also a launch control system for quick starts and something called ‘Line Lock’. This allows you to perform a ‘burnout’, spinning up the rear tyres while you’re stationary - though this is not something you'll be able to use on public roads…

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Best Ford Mustang Bullitt deals

The Mustang Bullitt was a special edition released to mark 50 years since the release of the Steve McQueen film of the same name. With distinctive paint colours, wheels and no badge on the front, this is a particularly menacing Mustang.

It features a mildly enhanced version of the 5.0-litre V8 engine, black or green exterior paint, striking alloy wheels that are unique to this model, red brake callipers, and a 12-inch set of digital dials in the place of a traditional speedometer and rev counter.

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Best Ford Mustang Convertible deals

The Convertible version of the Mustang is essentially very similar in specification to the coupe, albeit with a multi-layered electrically folding fabric roof. And the fact it has an option of V8 power - and the distinctive engine note that this provides - when most of its rivals can only muster a maximum of six cylinders (the Audi A5 Cabriolet and BMW 4 Series Convertible, for example) means the Mustang stands out for those after a driver's car.

It’s also well-equipped, with adaptive cruise control, lane-keep assist, and all of the other high-tech equipment and luxury goodies you get with the various coupe versions of the car.

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Monthly finance from £378*

*Representative PCP finance - Ford Fiesta:

48 monthly payments of £192
Deposit: £0
Mileage limit: 8,000 per year
Optional final payment to buy car: £2,923
Total amount payable to buy car: £11,926
Total cost of credit: £2,426
Amount borrowed: £9,500
APR: 9.9%

BuyaCar is a credit broker, not a lender. Our rates start from 6.9% APR. The rate you are offered will depend on your individual circumstances.

 

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