1990 Ford Mustang Brochure

Here we are 25 years later and the 1990 Ford Mustang brochure informs us and the model is still around and as popular as ever. There is no question that the Mustang is a big seller for the Ford brand and part of the reason is the range of potential customers from young gear heads to your local spinster schoolteacher. The face of the model is typically the Mustang GT because it can look pretty sharp and the LX with less bling can be had for a reasonable price. The GT can be accessorized with low profile hood, front air dam, fender extensions and rear deck spoiler. The LX can be equipped with a 5.0 liter V-8 engine, but most are sold with the 4-cylinder engine.

1990 Ford Mustang brochure

Speaking of the LX there is a “Mustang Special Value Package” available according to the 1990 Ford Mustang brochure which is a bundle of options that make it an offer that is hard to refuse when buying a new Mustang. The package includes dual electric mirrors, AM/FM stereo with cassette deck, power lock group, cruise control and power windows. This made the Mustang much more attractive and at a price that was easy to swallow. Since there are only 2 trim levels the GT and the LX they have a great selection of options and they can both look sport and stylish.

1990 Ford Mustang brochure and literature PDF

According to the 1990 Ford Mustang brochure the Mustang now is equipped with driver air bag supplemental restraint system. This air bag is located in the center of the steering wheel and will inflate when there is a severe or moderate front impact. This will protect the driver and the air bag will deflate slowly after impact. This new safety feature is only good for one use, but it can easily save a life. This air bag system coupled with a lap and shoulder belt restraint system is the best system available at the time. The 1990 Ford Mustang sales literature contains quite a bit of information and is available below in PDF format to download.

1990 Ford Mustang Brochure PDF and Sales Booklet

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