The Ford Mustang Coupe has a choice of five different trims. These include the V6, V6 Premium, GT, GT Premium and Boss 302. Each trim has its own list of standard features and is most distinguished from the others by its engine. The V6 is the base trim and the Boss 302 is the cream of the crop.
Buyers that opt for the V6 trim on the Ford Mustang Coupe will begin with alloy wheels, a limited slip differential, keyless entry system and blind-spot mirrors on the exterior. Inside the car one can expect to have cruise control, standard air conditioning, powered accessories, a steering wheel that tilts and a sound system with four standard speakers and a CD player.
A slight upgrade on the Ford Mustang Coupe to the V6 Premium adds in an upgrade to those wheels, a power driver seat and a leather interior. In addition buyers will get the Sync system, a mirror that dims automatically, specialized lighting and gauges and a trim that has been upgraded. The stereo system is also enhanced to have eight speakers, satellite radio and an iPod interface.
Not only does the GT trim change engines, it advances the features offered on the Ford Mustang Coupe. This trim brings an increase in wheel size, headlights that turn on automatically, a spoiler on the rear and foglights. A slight move to the GT Premium keeps the same V8 engine and changes the wheels and some of the features.
The Ford Mustang Coupe Boss 302 increases the power of the engine once again and alters the features as well. The wheel size is increased, the exhaust system is enhanced and there are special trims and exterior elements added. Throw in the Brembo brakes, shock absorbers and a better ratio on the rear axle and the exterior changes to the car are complete. The interior, however, boasts another broad array of features including special trim, a steering wheel wrapped in suede, alloy pedals, cloth seats and an audio system.
The options available on the Ford Mustang Coupe are plentiful and depend on the trim chosen. They include everything from heated seats and a navigation system on the V6 to Recaro seats on the Boss 302.