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Compare 2024 vs 2023 Ford Mustang

2024 Ford Mustang vs 2023 Ford Mustang
2024 Ford Mustang 2023 Ford Mustang


2.3L Turbocharged I-4 2.3L Turbocharged I-4


315 hp 310 hp

  MPG (City/Highway)

TBD/TBD * 21/30 *

  Mustang Dark Horse Model

Available Not available

  Mustang GT Horsepower Output

480 hp 450 hp

2024 Ford Mustang vs 2023 Ford Mustang

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The Ford Mustang is among the most iconic muscle cars, and it is rightfully known for its strong heritage, head-turning style, and powerful performance. In 2024, the Mustang turns the page on a new chapter by introducing its seventh generation. While many aspects of the 2024 Ford Mustang are new or refreshed, there are several similarities between the 2023 and 2024 Mustang versions that you should learn about before deciding which one to call your own.


Both model years are available with an EcoBoost turbo 2.3-liter, inline-four engine or a Coyote V8, 5.0-liter engine. For the latest model year, however, the Mustang's V8 output is upgraded to 480 horsepower. By comparison, the 2023 Mustang GT makes 450 horsepower. If you add the active-valve exhaust system to the 2024 Mustang GT trim level, this output reaches 486 horsepower. The difference in the V8's output between the 2023 Mustang and the 2024 version are rooted in a dual intake, an upgraded oil pan, and a dual-throttle body. The four-cylinder engine also has extra power for 2024. Updates to this engine's variable cam timing, direct injection system, and bore-to-stroke ratio yield 315 horsepower. Also new for 2023 is the Mustang Dark Horse model, which is a track-focused version of the sports car. The 204 Mustang Dark Horse makes 500 horsepower from a 5.0-liter V8, and it's paired with either a 10-speed automatic or six-speed manual transmission.


Across the exterior, the 2023 Mustang has a powerful, fluid design with a long, swollen hood and a sharp descent through the roof. Diamond-shaped, matrix-style headlights and a horizontal bar for the foglights flank the wide, black grille. The 2023 Mustang's power is visualized through two strong definition lines that run through the door panels horizontally. In comparison, the Mustang's new look for 2024 is edgier. The hood continues to have a beefy swell, and its sides are squared off. The roof has a sharp curve, drawing attention to the strong definition of the rear fenders. Other than this definition, the sides are sleek. The front of the 2024 Mustang also has a new look with a more geometric shape for the grille and the horizontal headlights. The lower fascia has also been redesigned and includes eye-catching air vents. The Mustang Dark Horse sets itself apart with premium materials, distinct colors, exclusive stripe options, and a head-on Mustang logo for a sinister, athletic look.


The interior of the 2024 Mustang has also been revamped. The dashboard is more modern and now features a 12.4-inch digital driver's cluster and a 13.2-inch infotainment system screen. The controls for the auto climate system are now integrated with the central display screen. In addition, the Sync 4 system, reverse auto braking, adaptive cruise control, pothole mitigation, and lane center assist are new. Some of the many features available in the 2023 and 2024 Mustang are a heated steering wheel, a B&O sound system, a navigation system, parking sensors, leather material, and more.

Our T&S Ford associates are thrilled to give you more details about the 2024 Mustang. To learn more, connect with a member of our sales team today.

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* EPA-estimated city/hwy mpg for the model indicated. See for fuel economy of other engine/transmission combinations. Actual mileage will vary. On plug-in hybrid models and electric models, fuel economy is stated in MPGe. MPGe is the EPA equivalent measure of gasoline fuel efficiency for electric mode operation.

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