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Trevor Collett | Oct, 28 2013 | 7 Comments

Ford has given an insight into some possible engine and transmission choices for its 2015 Mustang through a customer survey that has been shared online.

Enthusiast website Mustang6g user "PVC" has published the survey questions from marketing company Morpace, which also hints at possible pricing.

Among the survey questions is a choice of three engine options, with a 3.8 litre V6 producing 224kW and 394Nm listed as the ‘standard’ engine.

An additional US$560 could buy you a 2.4 litre four-cylinder turbocharged engine, making 231kW and 421Nm but with improved fuel consumption, down to 12.8 l/100km on city-cycle compared with the V6 unit’s 14.9 l/100km.

A 4.9 litre V8 option is good for 321kW and 537Nm according to the survey, and costs an additional US$1,890 over the standard V6.

The survey also suggests a “base price” of US$23,995 before asking how much the respondent plans to spend on extras.

The respondent is then teased with a US$21,995 starting price and asked if their option preferences change as a result.

Possible transmission choices include both six- and seven-speed manuals along with a six-speed automatic and a “10R” automatic.

A convertible version is listed in the survey as a US$5,000 option.

The 2015 Ford Mustang is a confirmed starter for the Australian market and could be unveiled overseas as early as December. Local engine and transmission options along with pricing remain a mystery for now.

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