Wichita Ford Dealer has 2016 Ford Mustang at Special Rates

Posted at Tue, Jan 19, 2016 9:45 AM
January 19, 2016

Car shoppers in the market to add some punch to your driving experience should check out your Wichita Ford dealer and test drive the 2016 Ford Mustang, fresh off a cool redesign for its 50th anniversary last year — and currently available for even lower prices through some enticing incentives.

The latest take on the classic American sports car is now available at Rusty Eck Ford in Wichita with financing as low as 0.9 percent APR for 36 months or 2.9% APR for 60 months for qualifying buyers. Prefer to lease? Now through April 4, 2016, you can sign up to drive a 2016 Ford Mustang V6 Coupe for only $279 for 24 months. Or, choose $500 Cash Back offers to save instantly.

Whichever incentive program you choose, you know you’ll be getting a great deal on a classic car. Just last year, the iconic car received an update to its style and now sports a redesigned front grille with a wider opening and a hood that has more curves than recent Mustang models. The rear of the 2016 Ford Mustang is wider and the stance is lower, giving it a more muscular and bold profile.

Fret not, however. The 2016 Mustang from your Wichita Ford dealer is still the car you fell in love with long ago — particularly beneath the hood, where the new Ford Mustang is better than ever. The 2016 Mustang’s heart and soul — it’s powerful engine — is alive and well, and even improved on these redesigned steel horses from your local Ford in Kansas dealership.

The standard 3.7-liter V6 that comes on the base models boasts 300 horsepower, while a turbocharged 2.3-liter 4-cylinder with EcoBoost is a step up to smarter and more efficient power with it’s 310 hp. For ultimate power and thrills, the 2016 Ford Mustang is also available with an improved 5.0-liter V8 engine that will roar down the road with 435 hp.

Why are you still waiting? Visit Rusty Eck Ford in Wichita today and test drive a 2016 Ford Mustang and see how the past and the present meet up in the current Ford Mustang.