Thanks to a leaked buyer's guide from a dealership, we now know that the 2015 Ford Mustang will start at $24,425, and that includes an $825 destination fee. For those keeping track, that's a $1,090 bump in price over the 2014 base model. We also now know that the EcoBoost model will set you back $25,995 while the GT variant costs $32,925. The top-tier GT 50th anniversary edition costs $46,995. 

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The 50th Anniversary Mustang was introduced back in December and will kick off Ford's endeavor to market its pony car internationally. This special edition package will be available on EcoBoost Premium and GT Premium models and brings features like 19-inch alloy wheels, a badge marking 50 years of Mustang, and a chrome grille. All 2015 Mustangs will feature a push-button starter, backup camera, and independent front and rear suspension. Besides the 3.7-liter V6 engine, a 2.3-liter EcoBoost inline-4 rated at 305 horsepower and a 5.0-liter V8 that squeezes out 420 hp will be offered as well. 

Ordering banks for the 2015 Ford Mustang are now open but it isn't expected in showrooms until later this fall. 

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