About The 1976 Mustang
The changes for the 1976 Mustang II were practically nonexistent. In addition, the Mustang had a pretty stale year at best. However, despite slow sales and few changes the 1976 Mustang II managed to sell 187,567 cars. This was a little less than one thousand than the year before which was a bit shocking. The trim options were a bit different for the new model year, but not so much that you could tell a difference from a ’74 or ’75 model at first glance. In general the options and packages for 1975 were still available in 1976. One change was that all the base models that boasted the 2.3 were dubbed MPGs in order to really stress their economical features.