Based on data from 50 vehicles, 1,196 tank of gas and 162,396 kilometers driven, the 1966 Ford Mustang achieves a combined average MPG of 12.66 with an error margin of 0.24 MPG. Below is a distribution of refueling with 60 outliers (4.78%) removed.
“In the past it was 15 MPG in the city and 20 MPG on the highway.”
Based on data from 51 vehicles, 1,106 fill-ups and 146,284 miles driven, the 1965 Ford Mustang received a combined average MPG of 12.33 with a margin of error of 0.19 MPG. Below is a distribution of refueling with 89 outliers (7.45%) removed.
There are $85,000 worth of pristine ’66 Mustangs out there, especially if it’s a K-code convertible. Other examples that have a similar asking price are low-mileage Mustangs with high-performance V8 engines. Not all Mustangs are super expensive, with straight-six automatics tending to top the $18,000 mark.
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Based on data from 23 vehicles, 625 fill-ups and 88,582 miles driven, the 1969 Ford Mustang receives a combined average MPG of 12.21 with a margin of error of 0.31 MPG.
Based on data from 2 vehicles, 56 fill-ups and 5,648 miles driven, the 1964 Ford Mustang receives a combined average MPG of 13.19 with a margin of error of 1.28 MPG. Below is a distribution of refueling with 4 outliers (6.67%) removed.
DEARBORN, Mich., March 4 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ — The 2011 Ford Mustang is breaking new ground today, breaking the record books not only as the most fuel-efficient Mustang of all time, but also as the first production car in history with more than 300 hp and more than 30 mpg Highway.
Combined with the manual transmission, the base engine earns 17 city/28 highway mpg. The automatic improves on those numbers, getting 21/32mpg. A Mustang GT with a manual transmission will give you 15/25 mpg. With the automatic transmission, the GT achieves 16/25 mpg.
You are one of the most reliable classic cars out there. As with any older vehicle, it requires proper maintenance and upkeep. How well you maintain your car determines its reliability. The better you maintain your Mustang, the better it will protect you on the road.
Classic Mustangs require a lot of maintenance to keep them operational and in good condition. These cars are by no means low-maintenance.
3) Mustangs are reliable.
The 1960s Ford Mustang was built for the American mass market, to be used on major highways and to cover huge distances. These cars had to be extremely reliable. Accordingly, we find that many of our classic Mustangs go to “first time” classic car buyers.
The basic rule is that every GT, without exception, must be either a “K” code car or an “A” code car built after mid-February 1965. The GT must have a dual exhaust system with exhaust stacks exiting through a special rear skirt with 2 exhaust ports.
A 1965 Mustang has vertical grille bars. A 1966 Ford Mustang has the running horse with no vertical grille bars. This gives the impression of a free-floating running horse that has no visible attachments. Of course there is always an exception to the rule.
2020 Ford Mustang Tank Size
The 2020 Ford Mustang has a tank size of 16.0 gallons.
In 2017, Classic Industries acquired California Mustang, a leader in supplying classic Mustang restoration parts and accessories for over 40 years.
Fuel & MPG
240.0/384.0 km. 16.0 gallons.
What is the most efficient Ford? The 2021 Ford Mustang Mach-E is the most efficient Ford with a range of 305 miles.