The market for Ford Mustangs has long been decreasing. This may be dependent on the fact that the sports coupe market is all older dudes. And most of them are on their way out by now. It’s such a strange time. The vehicle itself has a fifteen point one percent share when it comes to the global sports coupes. What’s more, is that the Mustang had been known as the world’s best-selling sports car for about the second year in the row and likely the best-selling sports coupe in six years running. There were talks about Ford bringing a Mustang to Antarctica, but that never happenned. Still, though! The fact that a car as iconic as the Mustang can exist to such a hilarious capacity, is just marvelous.
However, in the demographics, the baby boomer age is only aging older. Meanwhile, there’s a Ford Mustang Marketing Manager by the name of Jim Owens. And Owens says that it’s “more about that psychographic, that type of personality that buys the Mustang, and that’s not age-dependent.”
Even then, Ford admits that the Mustang is well catered to people in that “life stage.” The sports car is fascinating to younger people, but sometimes it’s not just speed that attracts the youngins. It can also be in other aspects, such as practically and affordably comfortable to get a vehicle that isn’t the latest Ford Mustang Shelby GT500.
Suppose that’s why the Mustang Mach-E is so interesting. As Owens says, “it’s more of a life stage. You come into it, then go to what you need for your life, then come back into a Mustang later.”
You can usually find a Mustang GT at a price of $36,120. If that isn’t an amazing price set for the Mustang, I can’t be entirely sure of what could be.