2017 Ford Mustang Returns ‘Loser’ Crown To Camaro

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A couple of months ago, the latest Chevrolet Camaro turned the tables against the Ford Mustang when it outdid its rival in sales. Strangely enough, Ford was not worried about it at all and they even said that it is only a temporary hiccup.

Well, Ford was not wrong as November saw the Mustang climbing above the Camaro once again as it bounce backs from a short quiet period. November saw 6,196 units of the Mustang sold and this is about 2,000 units more than the Chevrolet Camaro. Chevrolet only managed to sell 4,893 units of the Camaro and this is down from 6,277 units in the month of October.

Ford’s decision to offer $1,000 in cash for the 2016 Mustang and $1,250 for the 2017 model is certainly paying off as it makes the pony car more attractive to own. With the promotion, the Mustang V6 can retail from $24,915 thus making it the cheapest muscle car available today.

It is clear that the move is made to hunt volume and the fact that it is working out for Ford suggests that the Mustang is going to wrap up 2016 in full style. 2017 will be a totally different year and it will be interesting to see how the Camaro plans to bounce back against the Mustang.