What is a 2003 Mustang convertible worth?

What is a 2003 Mustang convertible worth?

2003 Ford Mustang Retail Prices

Trim MSRP CarGurus Instant Market Value
Premium Convertible RWD $25,900 $7,045
Convertible RWD $24,080 $7,149
GT Coupe RWD $24,330 N/A
GT Convertible RWD $28,670 $13,990

Are 2003 V6 Mustangs reliable?

2003 Ford Mustang Ratings Overview The 2003 Ford Mustang Reliability Rating is 3.5 out of 5. It ranks 21st out of 32 for all car brands.

How fast does a 2003 V6 Mustang go?

Sure, it’s limited to a top speed of 112 miles per hour, but (wink, wink, nudge, nudge) there are ways around that. The video below, found on Autoblog, shows the potential consequences of exceeding a manufacturer’s design specification.

How much horsepower does a 2003 Ford Mustang have?

193 to 390 hp2003 Ford Mustang / Horsepower

How long will a 2003 Ford Mustang last?

According to Motor and Wheels, an average Ford Mustang can make it to 200,000 miles. They explain that with the proper care and attention to maintenance, it can go even longer.

What is the average price of a 2003 Mustang?

2003 Ford Mustang Pricing The price range for the 2003 Ford Mustang is $5,995 – $32,991. The average selling price is $14,639.

How many miles do 2003 Mustangs last?

How many miles to the gallon does a 2003 Mustang get?

Up to 20 city / 29 highway2003 Ford Mustang / MPG

What engine does a 2003 V6 Mustang have?

3.8 L V6
4.6 L V8
2003 Ford Mustang/Engine

What transmission does a 2003 V6 Mustang have?

2003 Mustang Engines and Transmissions

Transmission First Gear Torque Capacity
T5 3.34 260 lb-ft
TR-3650 3.38 360 lb-ft
T-56 2.66 450 lb-ft
4R70W 2.84 700 lb-ft

What kind of car is a 2003 Ford Mustang?

Archaic structure, aged design. Fittingly, the Ford Mustang is the last surviving member of the “pony car” breed. For 2003, it’s never been better. The Ford Mustang debuted in April of 1964 as either a coupe or convertible with six or eight cylinders under the hood, and became a national sensation.

When did the Ford Mustang get a V8?

The new Mustang proved popular, and by 1982, Ford had endowed it with a relatively strong (for the time) V8 engine and the GT designation that continues today.

What are the trim levels of the 2003 Ford Mustang?

Two body styles and four trim levels are available for the 2003 Ford Mustang. Base models have a V6 engine. GT, Mach 1 and Cobra get a V8. Coupes are available in each trim, while the convertible is limited to the Base, GT and Cobra. The Mach 1 and Cobra contain plenty of special equipment to justify their higher prices.

What kind of crash test does a 2003 Ford Mustang have?

The 2003 Ford Mustang coupe received five-star crash test scores for the driver and passenger. Side-impact testing resulted in three-star scores for both front- and rear-seat occupants (convertibles received a two-star rating for front-seat occupants in the side-impact test).