2020 Ford Mustang – Cincinnati, OH

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  • Overview

    A red 2020 Ford Mustang is facing left.

    There is nothing quite like sitting behind the wheel of a top-performing sports car. Between the roaring engine tucked at the front of the car and the responsive handling, there is a clear reason why vehicles like the Ford Mustang have been able to remain highly relevant for so long. As some automakers focus on designing cars that are underpowered and underwhelming for the sake of fuel economy, the Ford Mustang continues over fifty-five years of performance excellence. The 2020 Ford Mustang is an unapologetically powerful vehicle, and can still be just as fuel-efficient as your standard commuter sedan.

    The 2020 Ford Mustang hits the road at a starting price of $26,670, a solid price for a vehicle with this degree of mechanical performance beneath the hood. With that said, if you’re looking for a little more oomph, you can take advantage of some of the higher trim options. The 2020 Ford Mustang has multiple trim configurations, which includes the EcoBoost, EcoBoost Premium, GT, GT Premium, and BULLITT. The EcoBoost, EcoBoost Premium, and GT Premium are available in the convertible model, and the Shelby GT350, Shelby GT500, and Shelby GT350R are the high-performance trims.

    Across these various trims, drivers will find a wide array of engine options ranging from a small, punchy 2.3L EcoBoost I-4 engine, to the truly robust 5.2L supercharged V8 engine. Each of these engine options provides a different driving experience for every kind of Mustang driver. Do you want speed, but don’t want to pay the price at the pump to get it? Then the four-cylinder performance option might make a great fit. Alternatively, if you want the best of the very best, then select the range-topping supercharged Cross-Plane Crank V8, which offers unparalleled power behind the wheel.

    No matter what kind of performance you’re looking for, the 2020 Ford Mustang is likely to have a package to match it. From launching onto the racetrack to zipping down the highway, the 2020 Ford Mustang is designed for all kinds of driving. 

    21/32 MPG

    Fuel Economy

    310-760 HP


    350-625 lb-ft


    Starting at


  • Performance

    Three 2020 Ford Mustangs in green, orange, and blue are racing.

    Since the early days of the 1960s, the Ford Mustang has always been recognized for its next-level degree of power. In many ways, the Ford Mustang owes its popularity for the fact that it’s put racetrack level performance in the hands of ordinary drivers. The 2020 Ford Mustang continues this long-held trend, providing today’s drivers with a wide variety of engine options, from a zippy four-cylinder to remarkable eight-cylinder behemoths.

    Base models of the Ford Mustang can expect the very best a four-cylinder can deliver in the 2.3L EcoBoost I-4, which provides up to 310 horsepower and 350 lb-ft worth of torque. Based on these specs alone, it's clear to see that the base engine in the 2020 Ford Mustang is more than your ordinary four-cylinder. You can pair that four-cylinder with a lightning-fast 6-speed manual transmission, giving you the chance to feel every shift of acceleration. Alternatively, you can opt for the 10-speed automatic transmission, with optional paddle shifters, which provides a more polished drive.

     You can upgrade that four-cylinder to the 5.0L V8, which can be found in the Mustang GT and BULLITT models. This V8 packs a powerful 460-horsepower punch in the GT and an enhanced 480-horsepower in the BULLIT; however, it is far from the top of the line. Step all the way up to the top trim option, and you’ll find the supercharged Shelby GT500 engine, which boasts a stunning 760 horsepower and 625 lb-ft of torque. The specs for the GT500 are on par with vehicles that take to professional racetracks.

    The low profile of the 2020 Ford Mustang serves for some great sticky handling, and for the most part, drivers will be able to enjoy some solid fuel economy. The base model’s EcoBoost engine is actually quite great in terms of fuel conservation earning an EPA-estimated 21 mpg in the city and 32 mpg on the highway. Even the 5.0L V8 option offers some decent fuel efficiency, getting around 16 mpg in the city and 25 mpg on the highway in the GT and 19/31 mpg in the BULLITT. While the Shelby GT engines don’t do as well in terms of fuel economy, that is hardly a problem for drivers looking for the extreme level of performance behind the wheel.

  • Interior

    A woman is shown driving form inside her 2020 Ford Mustang.

    The Ford Mustang is truly a top performer when it comes to speed and engine block design, but it is hardly the only thing this well-tooled Ford sports car brings to the table. The interior was also a central focus when Ford designed the Mustang. While far from the spacious SUVs that grace the 2020 Ford family lineup, drivers and passengers will find plenty to love about the interior of this sleek sports car. 

    Starting from the bottom, base models come with the standard add-ons including manual seat adjustments and cloth upholstery. If you take a step up to more premium models, you’ll find leather upholstery, with heated and cooled seats. Seating four, rear passengers will have to settle with difficult access as all models of the Ford Mustang only sport two doors. Unfortunately, legroom isn’t great in the rear seats either; however, this is to be expected of this kind of vehicle. 

    Interior tech in base models, is pretty streamlined, offering a voice-controlled SYNC system with a compact display. Although, base models get the latest from FordPass Connect, which allows you to access your car, and even start it from your smartphone. Drivers who pick the base model with the 10-speed automatic transmission will also be able to enjoy a remote start option. Moving up the lineup, Ford adds plenty of interior comforts, including their latest SYNC3 infotainment system. Sporting an Apple CarPlay and Android Auto compatible 8-inch infotainment touchscreen, drivers of higher trim options will be able to connect to some of their favorite smartphone apps on the fly. Pair this feature with the option of satellite radio and the high-quality nine-speaker audio-system, and you have a car that truly delivers in terms of interior bells and whistles.

  • Safety

    A silver 2020 Ford Mustang convertible is shown from above on a Cincinnati, OH street.

    Safety is a huge deal for drivers nowadays, especially as automated active safety features are gracing models across automakers. Fortunately, Ford joins in this growing trend towards active safety in their 2020 Ford Mustang. That said, base models start small, with AdvanceTrac® with Electronic Stability Control, SOS Post-Crash Alert System™, plenty of airbags, and a rearview camera. If you decide to upgrade your features and want to invest in some truly next-level safety options, Ford allows you to do it. Higher trims can include a wide assortment of safety features including blind-spot monitoring, cruise control, rear cross-traffic alert, lane departure warnings, forward collision warnings, forward automatic emergency braking, adaptive cruise control, rain-sensing windshield wipers, and so much more. While you’ll likely have to pay beyond the entry-level price to get this fully fleshed out safety package, once you get behind the wheel, you might find it to be well worth the investment. 

  • Exterior

    The headlight of a grey 2020 Ford Mustang is shown.

    Although safety, interior features, and the engine beneath the hood all add to the value of the 2020 Ford Mustang, what will first grab your attention is the external statement that this sports car makes while out on the road. As mentioned before, the 2020 Ford Mustang is a low-profile sports car, with plenty of classic bones beneath its skin. That said, the 2020 Ford Mustang is a stylistic departure from earlier models. Gone are the hard edges and aggressive lines; instead, Ford has opted for a smoothed-over version of previous iterations. The smooth lines certainly play in favor of aerodynamics, reducing drag and improving not only gas mileage but road performance as well. 

    The exterior paint of all models is quite impressive opting for a color on black styling which catches the eye right away. If there was one word to describe the 2020 Ford Mustang, ‘sleek’ would be the first thing that comes to mind. Enjoying a 107.1-inch wheelbase, and measuring in at 188 inches from nose to trunk, the 2020 model comes in similarly to the introductory 1964 Mustang, at 108 inches for the wheelbase and 181.6 inches in length. Even in basic measurements, the 2020 Ford Mustang still stays true to its roots, while at the same time offering a modern reimagining of previous iterations.

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