The Ford Mustang has been a staple in the US muscle car scene since it rolled onto the set back in 1964. It’s the only pony car to be in continuous production since its inception. The latest version of the Mustang is the first to be sold as a world car available just about anywhere, Ford operates and the car has proven to be very popular.
The popularity is especially high in Australia where Ford has announced that the Mustang has been sold out completely for 2016. Order banks in Australia have tallied up 4000 pre-orders, 80% of that number secured with deposits. 4000 units is the entire 2016 allotment for the pony car Down Under. Granted some of those orders will undoubtedly fall through due to financing issues and minds changed.
That means if you live in Australia, you may have a chance of finding a Mustang. The most popular version of the car is reportedly the GT hardtop with 85% of orders for that car. Ford thinks that the EcoBoost four will become more popular after the initial orders are filled. In Australia, a V8 fastback manual sells for $54,990 Australian dollars.