In 2015, Ford celebrated the model’s 50th anniversary by offering the EcoBoost 4-cylinder turbocharged engine. But since this is a Mustang, this little engine manages to push 310 hp and 320 pound-feet of torque. The base engine is a 3.7 litre V6 and for the “bigger is better” crowd, the 5.0 litre V8 is still available in the GT model. A new engine wasn’t the only change for 2015, new more aggressive styling went nicely with its all-new independent suspension. Mustang is an automotive icon and has remained popular for most of its 50 plus years in the market. The 2015 model year has garnered even more demand, keeping prices high and resulting in a Canadian Black Book 2019 Best Retained Value Award.