Ford Mustang Coolant Type
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- Manufacturer: Ford
- Data Source: Owner's Manual
You can find 35 different trims for the Ford Mustang and their corresponding recommended coolant type.
The years available stretch from 1994 through to 2022 and to view the coolant type and capacity you just click to expand.
The legendary Ford Mustang first made its debut in 1965 during the muscle car era. It has remained a staple of the Ford lineup ever since. This makes it one of the oldest models still in production by the American carmaker.
It also represents the fifth best-selling model in the Ford family.
During this time, a total of seven generations have hit the markets. Ford announced that the seventh generation would be released in 2024.
Ford also announced the new Mustang Mach-E in 2019. This fully-electric version was given the iconic nameplate in an attempt to bring it into the future of EVs.
Of course, the Mustang has faced serious competition from its main rival – the Chevy Camaro. It has also gone up against models like the Dodge Challenger and Charger.
These models have remained long-standing rivals ever since then, often being called the pony car segment.
There has been a fairly extensive list of trim levels for the model, particularly for the latest version. These consist of the base EcoBoost, GT, Mach 1, and Shelby GT500. There have also been Premium versions for the EcoBoost, GT, and Mach 1 packages.
While older versions have typically featured either a V6 or a V8 engine, different engine layouts have been offered since the release of the sixth generation in 2014. This is when Ford released the 2.3 L inline-4. Other engines range between a 3.7 L V6 through to a 5.2 L V8.
These have typically been mated with various transmissions ranging between a 6-speed automatic and a 10-speed automatic. Older versions were often fitted with 4-speed automatic and 5-speed manual gearboxes though.