2002 Ford Mustang Brochure

The only 2002 Ford Mustang brochure that I have come up with so far is a pamphlet that covers not only the Mustang, but also the Focus and the ZX2. I don’t know what happened that year, but I haven’t found anything else that covers the 2002 Mustang. I must admit that the Ford Focus, ZX2 and the Mustang are getting pretty boring, but they should have their own brochure. In total the Mustang is covered in four pages, a picture of the Mustang and the Mustang GT. Both of the Mustangs are decked out with convertible, rear spoiler, allow wheels, racing stripes and fog lights.

2002 Ford Mustang brochure

They do allow some room for Mustang specifications and equipment. According to the 2002 Ford Mustang brochure the Mustang standard coupe includes a 3.8L V-6 engine that puts out 190 hp at 5250 rpm. A manual transmission, 4-wheel disc brakes and 16” alloy painted wheels. Wait there is much more like Front airbags, keyless entry, power locks, mirrors and windows, air conditioning, AM/FM stereo cassette and an anti-theft system.

2002 Ford Mustang sales literature

If you want to step it up a notch you can opt for the Mustang Deluxe, which adds floor mats, power driver seat and a rear deck spoiler. Want even more than select the Mustang Premium, which includes 16” bight alloy wheels, leather wrapped steering wheel and the Mach 460 stereo with 460 watts of power and 6 CD changer. If you are not up for the entire upgrade you can get the “Sport Appearance Package” that adds the racing stripe, leather steering wheel and 16” bright alloy wheels with P225/55R16 tires. The 2002 Ford Mustang brochure says you can select an automatic transmission as an upgrade for all models. See the weak 2002 Mustang sales literature in PDF format below for easy viewing or downloading.

2002 Ford Mustang Brochure and PDF Sales Literature


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