2015 Ford Mustang Proving To Be a Hot Seller
With winter closing in, you might think sports and muscle car sales would be winding down for the season. But according to Ford’s latest sales data, the all-new 2015 Mustang is proving to be hot-hot-hot on dealer lots.In November, Ford sold 8,728 Mustangs – a 62 percent increase over this time last year and the best November for the Mustang nameplate since 2006. As can be expected, the 5.0-liter V8 GT trim leads the pack in total volume (52 percent), followed by the V6 and EcoBoost four-cylinder models (24 percent each). RELATED: Check out more photos of the all-new 2015 Ford Mustang GT
Ford claims that on average its brand-new pony cars sit for only eight days on dealer lots before finding new pastures to roam. Sales figures look promising for the Northeast and Great Lakes regions, though Texas and California pull the largest share of ‘Stangs, up 46 and 76 percent, respectively.
So far 20,000 freshly minted Mustang fastbacks have been born unto this world and shipped out to dealerships. So despite the massive customer demand – there should be enough to go around for the holidays.
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Ford says it will now begin to shift gears slightly and start to prepare models for export to the European and Asian markets. But with the V6 not making the leap to certain regions, any guesses on which will be the more popular option abroad: the 2.3-liter turbo or the bombastic 5.0-liter V8?
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