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Frequently Asked Questions

How much does a used Ford Mustang cost at Veterans Ford?

At Veterans Ford, we’re proud to offer our customers a comprehensive selection of used Ford Mustang coupes and convertibles. We tailor our selection around every driver’s desire for high-octane fun, with a competitive price at every level. Whether you are seeking a basic Ford Mustang or a fully-loaded Ford Mustang GT, you’ll find the perfect model within your budget at Veterans Ford.

Which year used Ford Mustang is the best to buy?

With a history spanning over five decades, the “best” year used Ford Mustang can be a purely subjective matter.

If you’re looking for a classic, a Ford Mustang from 1965 to 1973 can offer incredible value in the classic muscle car market.

For a blend of faithful classic looks with modern comfort and unparalleled performance value, Mustang models from the nameplate’s fifth-generation are an immensely attractive proposition. A 2011 Ford Mustang, in particular, can present truly outstanding value.

Offering the latest performance benchmarks, innovative features, high-quality appointments, and like-new reliability, a sixth-generation Ford Mustang will satisfy. With its reliability and competitive price, a 2019 Ford Mustang can be the “best” choice for this generation.

What is the Ford Mustang named after?

The true origin of the “Mustang” name is shrouded in legend and mystery. However, many sources claim that the legendary P-51 Mustang fighter plane of WWII served as the main inspiration for the Ford Mustang name.

According to rumors, the designer of the original Ford Mustang, John Najjar, had a love for this fighter plane. Most historians consider the P-51 Mustang to be one of, if not the most powerful fighter aircraft in America’s arsenal at the time. It could unleash its incredible power reliably over long distances, and with the Ford Mustang being developed around the spirit of freedom and power, this association was only natural.

While many historians agree, some sources claim that the name is associated with the wild mustang horses found across America. An official answer to “what is the Ford Mustang named after” hasn’t been provided by Ford Motor Company. But, as both stand for power and freedom, the inspiration is likely both the P-51 Mustang and the wild horse known as a mustang.


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Average rating: 4.8/5

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Do I need an appointment to shop at Veterans Ford?

Stopping by whenever you have some free time to shop is highly encouraged, and our doors are always open to our friends in Tampa. If your schedule is fit to burst with other upcoming events, an appointment is also a smart idea. Reserving some one-on-one time with one of our friendly experts guarantees that you get the most out of your valuable time spent perusing our copious inventory.

Can I set up price drop alerts for vehicles that interest me?

You sure can, and it's amazingly simple and easy to use this complimentary tool on our website. While you're on the vehicle description page of the automobile that piques your interest, just click on the bell icon. After doing this, we'll let you know immediately the next time we lower this car, truck, or SUV's price so that you can take advantage of this great deal. It's a superbly convenient way to automatically save even more on your next vehicle purchase.

What do I need to bring with me when I come to Veterans Ford?

Your valuable time is important to both you and our team, so we've streamlined the car buying and loan process significantly. All you need to bring with you to drive home in your dream vehicle are the following items and we will handle the rest:

  • Your Social Security number
  • A valid driver's license
  • Home ownership or renter's documents
  • Pay stub or other employment verification info
  • Relevant documentation for co-applicant and/or cosigner (if applicable)
Does Veterans Ford accept trade-in vehicles?

Yes. We would love to purchase your trade-in vehicle today. Our staff takes immense pride in providing the best prices possible on trade-in vehicles, so come see for yourself why so many other savvy shoppers turn to us first when the time comes to maximize the value of their old vehicle and upgrade into a brighter automotive future.

Should I trade my car in at Veterans Ford or sell it myself?

Trading in your car at Veterans Ford is significantly easier and substantially more rewarding than selling it on your own if you're a car shopper who places a high priority on convenience, value, and time well spent. To maximize the return on your old car, all you have to do is connect with our team of knowledgeable and friendly used car specialists by calling (813) 637-2947 and we will get to work immediately on providing you with an outstanding estimate that delivers a truly impressive amount of value to you.

After accepting your optimized and personalized trade-in quote, you can turn your attention right away to where the real fun begins: Shopping for the right high-quality and affordable used car, truck, or SUV to park in your front driveway.

  • 2019 Ford Mustang EcoBoost

    Miles: 23,327
    Stock: SP01837
    Veterans Ford Price:
    $26,995

    Key Features:

    Parking Assist Rearview Camera Remote Start Turbo Charged
  • 2019 Ford Mustang GT

    Miles: 23,857
    Stock: BC628
    Veterans Ford Price:
    $35,989

    Key Features:

    Parking Assist Power Seat Rearview Camera Remote Start

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Frequently Asked Questions

How much does a used Ford Mustang cost at Veterans Ford?

At Veterans Ford, we’re proud to offer our customers a comprehensive selection of used Ford Mustang coupes and convertibles. We tailor our selection around every driver’s desire for high-octane fun, with a competitive price at every level. Whether you are seeking a basic Ford Mustang or a fully-loaded Ford Mustang GT, you’ll find the perfect model within your budget at Veterans Ford.

Which year used Ford Mustang is the best to buy?

With a history spanning over five decades, the “best” year used Ford Mustang can be a purely subjective matter.

If you’re looking for a classic, a Ford Mustang from 1965 to 1973 can offer incredible value in the classic muscle car market.

For a blend of faithful classic looks with modern comfort and unparalleled performance value, Mustang models from the nameplate’s fifth-generation are an immensely attractive proposition. A 2011 Ford Mustang, in particular, can present truly outstanding value.

Offering the latest performance benchmarks, innovative features, high-quality appointments, and like-new reliability, a sixth-generation Ford Mustang will satisfy. With its reliability and competitive price, a 2019 Ford Mustang can be the “best” choice for this generation.

What is the Ford Mustang named after?

The true origin of the “Mustang” name is shrouded in legend and mystery. However, many sources claim that the legendary P-51 Mustang fighter plane of WWII served as the main inspiration for the Ford Mustang name.

According to rumors, the designer of the original Ford Mustang, John Najjar, had a love for this fighter plane. Most historians consider the P-51 Mustang to be one of, if not the most powerful fighter aircraft in America’s arsenal at the time. It could unleash its incredible power reliably over long distances, and with the Ford Mustang being developed around the spirit of freedom and power, this association was only natural.

While many historians agree, some sources claim that the name is associated with the wild mustang horses found across America. An official answer to “what is the Ford Mustang named after” hasn’t been provided by Ford Motor Company. But, as both stand for power and freedom, the inspiration is likely both the P-51 Mustang and the wild horse known as a mustang.


Leave a review on the used Ford Mustang:

Average rating: 4.8/5

Vote Count: 9

Dealer FAQs

Do I need an appointment to shop at Veterans Ford?

Stopping by whenever you have some free time to shop is highly encouraged, and our doors are always open to our friends in Tampa. If your schedule is fit to burst with other upcoming events, an appointment is also a smart idea. Reserving some one-on-one time with one of our friendly experts guarantees that you get the most out of your valuable time spent perusing our copious inventory.

Can I set up price drop alerts for vehicles that interest me?

You sure can, and it's amazingly simple and easy to use this complimentary tool on our website. While you're on the vehicle description page of the automobile that piques your interest, just click on the bell icon. After doing this, we'll let you know immediately the next time we lower this car, truck, or SUV's price so that you can take advantage of this great deal. It's a superbly convenient way to automatically save even more on your next vehicle purchase.

What do I need to bring with me when I come to Veterans Ford?

Your valuable time is important to both you and our team, so we've streamlined the car buying and loan process significantly. All you need to bring with you to drive home in your dream vehicle are the following items and we will handle the rest:

  • Your Social Security number
  • A valid driver's license
  • Home ownership or renter's documents
  • Pay stub or other employment verification info
  • Relevant documentation for co-applicant and/or cosigner (if applicable)
Does Veterans Ford accept trade-in vehicles?

Yes. We would love to purchase your trade-in vehicle today. Our staff takes immense pride in providing the best prices possible on trade-in vehicles, so come see for yourself why so many other savvy shoppers turn to us first when the time comes to maximize the value of their old vehicle and upgrade into a brighter automotive future.

Should I trade my car in at Veterans Ford or sell it myself?

Trading in your car at Veterans Ford is significantly easier and substantially more rewarding than selling it on your own if you're a car shopper who places a high priority on convenience, value, and time well spent. To maximize the return on your old car, all you have to do is connect with our team of knowledgeable and friendly used car specialists by calling (813) 637-2947 and we will get to work immediately on providing you with an outstanding estimate that delivers a truly impressive amount of value to you.

After accepting your optimized and personalized trade-in quote, you can turn your attention right away to where the real fun begins: Shopping for the right high-quality and affordable used car, truck, or SUV to park in your front driveway.

All pricing and details are believed to be accurate; incentives may vary from region to region and are subject to change. Veterans Ford Savings and new vehicle prices are based on Factory Equipment after factory, owner loyalty (when available), Ford Motor Credit rebates and do not include tax, tag, title, registration fees, pre-delivery service charge of $899.95, administrative processing fee of $249.50 and Electronic Registration Filing Fee of $58.50. These charges represent cost and profit to the dealer for items such as inspecting, cleaning, and adjusting, and preparing documents related to the sale. In addition, you may be eligible for other rebates (College, Military, 1st Responders, or Private offers) not included in price. Ask your salesperson for more details.

Pictures are for illustration purposes only. Dealer installed options are not included in pricing but may be able to be removed at the customer’s request. Vehicles shown at different locations in stock can be made available. All vehicles are subject to prior sale.