2010 Mustang Parts

2010 Mustang Parts

2010 Mustang Parts

2010 Mustang Parts
After few changes were made the previous year, many 2010 Ford Mustang parts were dramatically changed. The biggest change to 2010 Mustang parts was the exterior restyling that the car received, making it look both more retro and more contemporary than the preceding models, according to many reviewers. Most of the 10 Mustang parts in the interior were completely redesigned and upgraded as well, settling a criticism that had plagued the Mustang for many years. While 2010 Mustang parts for the exterior and interior appearance were redesigned, the 2010 Ford Mustang parts under the hood were not changed. The new Mustang carries over the same engines and related 10 Mustang parts, though some tweaks were made to slightly improve performance and comfort. The Shelby GT500KR was dropped. Sales, however, only responded with small increases, to just 73,716 for 2010.

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The new exterior design for the 2010 Mustang was smoother, sleeker, and more aerodynamic than the outgoing model, yet also more aggressive. Despite this, Ford did an excellent job of preserving the retrofuturistic look that continued to evolve with modern design trends, while still maintaining the classic style that is intrinsic to the Mustang’s heritage. The taillights were also now of the distinctive sequential design, which had been a popular aftermarket upgrade.

Inside the cabin, things were spruced up considerably. The cockpit received a much-needed refresh, with vastly improved material quality and softness, better layout, and the option to add SYNC on most models. While nobody would mistake the interior for that of a luxury car, the use of more premium components was sorely needed and an oft-requested change from consumers.

Though the engines for the 2010 model year were the same as before, the GT’s motor was revised for increased output. The 4.6L V8 now produced 315hp and 325 lb-ft of torque, utilizing some of the enhancements from the previous year’s Bullitt model. This was a nice little jump in power output but would pale in comparison when the 5.0L V8 returned the following year.

To maximize the potential of your 2010 Mustang or simply make some small repairs, check out CJ’s enormous selection of parts and accessories. From superchargers and exhaust kits to seat covers and clutch pedal extensions, we have everything on your list, big and small. Plus, our helpful videos and installation guides will assist you through every step of the process.

2010 Ford Mustang Specs
Performance
Engine
HP
Torque
4.0L V6
210
240
4.6L V8
315
325
5.4L supercharged V8
540
510
Retail Prices
Model
Price
V6 Coupe
$21,395
V6 Premium Coupe
$24,395
V6 Convertible
$26,395
V6 Premium Convertible
$29,395
GT Coupe
$28,395
GT Premium Coupe
$31,395
GT Convertible
$33,395
GT Premium Convertible
$36,395
Shelby GT500
$46,725
Shelby GT500 Convertible
$51,725
Production Numbers
Model
Quantity
V6 Coupe
N/A
V6 Premium Coupe
N/A
V6 Convertible
N/A
V6 Premium Convertible
N/A
GT Coupe
N/A
GT Premium Coupe
N/A
GT Convertible
N/A
GT Premium Convertible
N/A
Shelby GT500
3,545
Shelby GT500 Convertible
913
Production Numbers by Color
Color
Code
Quantity
Grabber Blue
CI
N/A
Torch Red
D3
N/A
Sunset Gold
GQ
N/A
Performance White
HP
N/A
Kona Blue
L6
N/A
Red Candy
U6
N/A
Black
UA
N/A
Brilliant Silver
UI
N/A
Sterling Gray Metallic
UJ
N/A
Interior Trim Colors
Color
Code
Charcoal Black
5B8
Charcoal Black with Cashmere
5VO
Charcoal Black with Blue Cashmere
ADC
Brick Red with Cashmere
ARC
Saddle
AJ4
Light Stone
1TB
Dimensions
Curb Weight (lbs)
3401-3,969
Length (in)
188.1
Width (in)
73.9
Height (in)
55.6
Wheelbase (in)
107.1


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