2022 Ford Mustang


Ranked #2 in Midsize Coupe

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$26,820 - $38,045

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Key Spec of 2022 Ford Mustang
fuel economy


fuel type

Gasoline Direct Injection


272 hp @ 6500 rpm

basic warranty


ProsConsWhat's New

Surreal power and performance

Greater the power, lesser the fuel economy

New Ice White, Stealth and Coastal Limited appearance packages available

Available in attractive colors

Entry-level trims feel cheap inside

California Special package returns

Great handling and suspension

Simple and comfortable interiors

2022 Ford Mustang Price, Review, Ratings and Pictures

Updated on: December 21, 2021

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The 2022 Ford Mustang is part of the sixth generation introduced in 2015 and the car has developed to offer multiple variants for every kind of buyer and lifestyle. Ford offers numerous appearance packages, performance upgrades, and two body styles: coupe or convertible. The big news last year was the reintroduction of Mach 1, though the 2022 Mustang gets minor updates only. Under the hood is a punchy turbo four-cylinder engine or a mighty V-8. These powerhouses come mated with either manual transmission or a terrific 10-speed automatic driving the rear wheels. 

Pricing for the 2022 Ford Mustang EcoBoost Fastback starts at an MSRP of $27,205, while the convertible model begins from $32,705. The track-focused coupe-only Mach 1 ranges up to $53k and the 760 hp Mustang Shelby GT500 is estimated at around $75k. Every 2022 Mustang proves bang for bucks when it comes to everyday drivability, and spacious rear seat. This Ford Mustang rivals similar icons including Chevy Camaro and Dodge Challenger. The 2023 Mustang is going to be an all-new car but buyers shouldn't worry as they are going for an icon.

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Over All Rating


Out of 10

Notable Rankings

#2 in Midsize Coupe

#6 in Coupe

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Base$26,820 onwards

  • Bucket seats

Ecoboost Premium$32,225 onwards

GT$38,045 onwards

Colors and Styles

Build Car
Dark Highland Green Metallic

Expert Review, Pricing Analysis and Buying Guide

"The Ford's beautiful bodywork, vast personalization options, and practical interior also make it desirable to folks who care less about lap times and more about sporty everyday transportation." - CarAndDriver.com

Currently, Ford revised its Mustang lineup where the Mach 1 model has been slotted between the GT and the Shelby GT500. The 2022 Ford Mustang continues with some minor changes and new appearance packages. There have been a few rumors of a new generation 2023 Mustang model, but the 2022 model is at the epitome of the sixth-generation model. While a lot of them have gone extinct, the Mustang now fairs true competition with only two vehicles of its kind which also have a similar history and reputation, these are none other than the Chevrolet Camaro and Dodge Challenger

2022 Ford Mustang Coupe front view
2022 Ford Mustang Coupe rear view

Buying Advice

We would recommend the Mustang Premium as it comes with some additional features such as heated and cooled front seats, dual-zone automatic climate control, upgraded leather stitching, and a heated steering wheel.


The 2022 Ford Mustang coupe will most likely be available in two trim levels – Mustang and Mustang Premium. The price for the 2022 Ford Mustang will start from $27,205 as a coupe whereas the convertible will cost $33,000. The Premium Fastback is expected to start from $33,000 and will go up to $38,000 for the convertible version. The new Ice White appearance package does add a lot of style to this year's model.

Though there is a lot to configure for the new Mustang, an important mention is the optional high-performance package that is specially made for the lower-spec EcoBoost trim and is expected to cost an additional $5,200. Both the trims come powered by a 2.3-liter EcoBoost engine that produces 310 horsepower and 350 lb-ft of torque. The premium trim gets a High-Performance EcoBoost engine, which returns 330 hp and 350 lb-ft.



EcoBoost Premium 




Key Features

Automatic LED headlamps

Heated and cooled front seats


Active noise cancellation

Leather seats


Keyless ignition

Sync 3 infotainment with 8.0-inch touchscreen


Leather-wrapped steering wheel

Dual-zone automatic climate control


Six-speaker sound system

Digital instrument cluster


Rearview camera

Upgraded leather with accent stitching


Premium door trim

Heated steering wheel

The High-Performance package comes at an additional cost of $4,995, adding features such as a reverse sensing system, cabin particulate air filter, lane-keeping system, 4-way manual driver seat, and FordPass Connect. The 101A Equipment Group Package includes Blade decklid spoiler, dual-zone climate control, 6-way power driver seat, selectable drive modes, and SiriusXM radio.

Engine and Performance

"More than fifty years later, Ford has managed to keep excitement levels about the Mustang high, with the refreshed EcoBoost Fastback for 2020 making waves for its new High Performance package 2.3-liter engine, borrowed from the Ford Focus RS." - CarBuzz.com

Ford has not released any information about any powertrain upgrades and so for the 2022 Mustang, the current configuration will hold good. The base model will have a 2.3L EcoBoost engine generating good power and torque of 310 HP and 350 lb-ft. The power increases to 332 HP while more torque is available with the high-performance package.

This package comes with a bigger turbo compressor, recalibrated engine, and a larger radiator making it the most powerful 4-cylinder engine ever to be on a Mustang. The upcoming muscle is a rear-wheel-drive along with a 6-speed manual transmission. Moreover, the muscle car also handles pretty well with the independent suspension on all four wheels as standard whereas MagneRide dampers are available to make the ride smoother and easier to control.

2022 Ford Mustang Coupe engine bay

Since the engine and powertrain are supposed to remain the same, the 2022 Ford Mustang will have a similar performance as well. The 2021 Mustang accelerates from 0 to 60 MPH in 5.1 seconds and can reach top speeds of 155 MPH. The quarter-mile is completed in 13.7 seconds. With the high-performance package, these timestamps will further reduce while the top speed would remain the same.


2022 Ford Mustang 

2022 Dodge Challenger*

2022 Chevrolet Camaro*






2.3L Ecoboost Inline-4

3.6L Naturally Aspirated V6

2.0L Turbocharged Inline-4






6-speed Manual

6-speed automatic

6-speed Manual


310 hp @ 5,500 RPM

303 hp @ 6,350 rpm

275 hp @ 5,600 RPM


350 lb-ft @ 3,000 RPM

268 lb-ft @ 4,800 rpm

295 lb-ft @ 3,000 RPM

0-60 MPH

5.0 sec

6.1 sec

5.4 sec


13.7 sec

14.5 sec

13.4 sec

Top Speed

155 MPH

155 MPH

165 MPH

*2021 MY data for reference

The Ecoboost of the Mustang is the most powerful engine within the competition. Comparing the 4-cylinder engines, the Camaro’s 2.0L engine lacks the power but the torque is better. The Challenger has the biggest engine of all but it is not as powerful as that of Ford’s 2.3L. Nissan’s 400Z boasts an equally-powered engine and is likely to overpower the Chevy. Moreover, the Mustang squeezes out a little more juice with the help of the high-performance package.

Fuel Economy

The most efficient Mustang is the one powered by the turbocharged four-cylinder with the 10-speed automatic.- Car And Driver

Since the upcoming Mustang will have the same engine, the MPG figures will mostly be the same as the current year. The base Ecoboost trim has a fuel tank capacity of 15.5 gallons and its engine, which is fuel-friendly, has an MPG estimate of 21 in the city, 30 on the highway, and 24 combined for the manual transmission while figures for automatic transmission improve to 32 MPG on the highway and 25 MPG combined.


2022 Ford Mustang 

2022 Dodge Challenger*

2022 Chevrolet Camaro*

MPG (City)




MPG (Highway)




MPG (Combined)




Fuel Capacity (Gallons)




Range (City/Highway/Combined) (Miles)

326/496/388 352/555/426 361/551/418

*2021 MY data for reference

With the least powerful engine, Chevrolet plays smart and its Camaro has the best range because of equally good MPG figures and the biggest fuel tank in the segment. The new 400Z is expected to give those MPG figures but nothing is concrete until it is made official.


"The modern Mustang takes a lot of its styling cues from the original Mustangs of the 1960s. The fastback body style, for instance, comes directly from those cars." - TheCarConnection.com

Just like the other features, the cabin styling and interiors are also going to be the same as the current model for the upcoming Mustang. The cabin is wide and spacious and welcomes seating for four. Having said that, the front seats equipped as standard are manual adjusting but this can be upgraded to a 6-way and 4-way power driver and passenger’s seat.

2022 Ford Mustang Coupe cockpit area

The rear has a 50/50 split-folding bench seat that allows seating only for two and the headroom is not as good as it should be. Moving towards the dashboard, a simple and clean layout is seen with all the control handy to the front occupants. There are sufficient buttons and are small-sized to maintain minimal styling on the inside. The doors carry over the same look but there are hidden armrests on the front side.

Ford has smartly made use of viable materials like hard plastics and machine-finished metal trims all around the cabin whereas the steering is covered in leather. There is plenty of room for storage as well, two cup holders, a good-sized glovebox, small but enough storage under the front center armrest, a hidden storage compartment to the left of the steering, and a little open space just ahead of the gear knob is all that is available.


2022 Ford Mustang 

2022 Dodge Challenger

2022 Chevrolet Camaro

Passenger Capacity




Front Row (Headroom/Shoulder room/Legroom) (in.)




Rear Row (Headroom/Shoulder room/Legroom) (in.)




Trunk Capacity (cu-ft.)




*2021 MY data for reference

Moreover, the center infotainment screen is a 4.2-inch digital display that can be upgraded to a SYNC 3 system with an 8-inch color touchscreen with a clear and high-definition display that also includes a small digital screen in the instrument cluster that gives way more details about the car than expected.

Since the Challenger has a wider body, the total room offered in it is the best and it also has the best cargo volume. Looking at the Mustang and Camaro, the data given here is for the coupes and the former seems to have a better room than the latter. Considering the convertibles, Ford shows a slight improvement in the rear headroom and legroom whereas the Camaro has no notable changes.


 "What you might not expect about the Mustang is the way Ford has committed to the standard four-cylinder engine. Base Mustangs used to be underpowered and unloved but not anymore." - Edmunds.com

The 2022 Ford Mustang will most likely look the same as the current model from the outside. The 2021 MY has some intense body styling along with few funky shades. A much similar approach is expected for the upcoming model where Ford will add a few more colors and related customizations. Having said that, the current model offers a good variety of hood styles that have optional “over-the-top” racing stripes color schemes which adds an amusing feel and brings back all those good memories of that 60’s and 70’s muscle.

2022 Ford Mustang Coupe 

The front grille looks great alongside a few cuts on the front side fenders look pretty aggressive whereas the LED headlights and DRLs sitting deep inside are sharply styled. The front bumper is kept simple for it to appear wide, like a proper muscle. The front half of the car is plain and simple but the Mustang’s true nature is reflected at the rear half where the integration of the wheel wells is slightly wider to give that muscular build to it.

The rear is more heavily styled and the eye-catching signature LED taillights have evolved a lot over the years and the recent design is definitely a marvel in the industry. These sit in a black-colored trim that brings out more contrast whereas the bumper and decklid have some bold cuts to them.


2022 Ford Mustang 

2022 Dodge Challenger*

2022 Chevrolet Camaro*

Curb Weight (lbs)




Length (in.)




Width (in.)




Height (in.)




Ground Clearance (in.)




Wheelbase (in.)




*2021 MY data for reference

The Chevy has the shortest and lowest car but the wheelbase is quite long, it also weighs the least of all. On the other hand, Mustang has the shortest wheelbase and is the narrowest whereas it is only a little longer and taller than the Camaro.

The Challenger gets all of its room from the bulky body style it has, Dodge has taken the meaning of muscle cars too seriously and that is proved by looking at its figures. Nissan will not change the layout for the 400Z and so it will remain a two-seater coupe, but by the looks, the interior dimensions will surely be better than the 370Z.


Since the 2022 Mustang is going to remain the same for this year, we expect no huge difference in the level of safety provided. The current model is pretty safe and has always been so after such cars were made from a unibody construction using pure steel. This is strongly supported by the overall 5-star NHTSA rating and almost all “good” ratings from the IIHS.

Looking towards the rivals, the Camaro offers similar features but they are very limited whereas Dodge does not seem to be interested in providing any additional safety. Unlike its competition, Ford has understood the importance that safety plays in an automobile and so, it offers a few advanced-level safety features such as:

  • Lane-keep assist
  • Blind-spot information with cross-traffic alert
  • Pre-collision assist with automatic emergency braking
  • Auto-high beam headlamps
  • Ford CoPilot360
  • Reverse sensing system

2022 Ford Mustang vs 2022 Chevrolet Camaro

These two have been the closest rivals since the start of their time as both of them were initially pony cars but later on, with growing demand, were modified into pure muscles. While the Mustang gives out more power and torque, the Camaro has an unbeatable range and is slightly cheaper than the Ford. The interiors of both cars are dark, plain, and simple but the Mustang’s layout makes it look cooler than the Chevy.

2021 Chevrolet Camaro

From the outside, both cars look very handsome but Chevrolet’s front does not match the quality of Ford whereas the Camaro comes with a lot of customizable and additional packages that cost more than that of the Mustang. The Camaro is a little more compact than the Mustang but Ford has equipped its muscle car with some standard safety tech that Chevrolet cannot afford to do that in a Camaro.

2022 Ford Mustang vs 2022 Dodge Challenger

While the Challenger has been the muscle car of all time, Mustang is a very strong contender to it. The top-of-the-line Challenger SRT Hellcat and Super Stock might be the most powerful but the lower-spec base models have heavier engines that are overpowered by the Mustang’s 2.3L Ecoboost. Besides, the exteriors of the Challenger are not as attractive as the Mustang’s and neither is the former available in a convertible model, regardless both of them are equally customizable.

2021 Dodge Challenger

Moving over to the interiors, Dodge offers better seating with good quality material surrounding the cabin whereas leather-appointed seats are also available. The infotainment system might not be as user-friendly as Ford’s but it surely has more features than the Mustang provides. That being said, the Mustang has an advantage over the historic muscle from Dodge which is the level of safety provided in the car. Although Dodge provides a couple of them along with a package, Ford has made them standard on the Mustang.

Final Verdict

Even though the segment is slowly going extinct, Ford, along with its worthy competitors is working to keep the muscle car segment alive in its native country. With every year, the excitement for the new Mustang grows because of the rumor that a new generation and a major redesign might arrive anytime soon, springing the segment back to life.


vehicle bio
base price


body style

dr Coupe

engine type

302 cu in

horse power

460 hp @ 7500 rpm


420 lb.-ft. @ 4600 rpm

Ford Mustang 5 year Cost To Own

Cash Price(MSRP)
5 Year Cost To Own
Total 5 year Cost To Own -  $48,835
Year 1Year 2Year 3Year 4Year 5total
Financing Interest$1,740$1,399$1,036$647$235$5,057
Taxes and Fees$2,730$209$198$190$180$3,507
Total Cost-To-Own$16,950$7,980$7,164$8,948$7,793$48,835
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