Does the 2010 Ford Mustang have Bluetooth?

I’m thinking about getting a used Ford Mustang to save some money but I’m not sure if an older model will have the same tech features I’m used to. Does the 2010 Ford Mustang have Bluetooth?

Kara Vanderbeek · Updated on
Reviewed by Shannon Martin, Licensed Insurance Agent.
Yes, the 2010
Ford Mustang
has Bluetooth. With Bluetooth connectivity, you’ll be able to make hands-free calls, use turn-by-turn navigation, stream your audio, and more!
While the Mustang breeds a sense of automotive nostalgia, the 2010 model offers notably refined features, including keyless entry, cruise control, a power driver’s seat, and a Shaker 500 stereo system.
To get started using Bluetooth in the 2010 Mustang, you’ll need to connect your mobile device to the car. First activate Bluetooth on your phone and press the SYNC button on the Mustang’s multimedia system screen, before clicking ‘Phone’ and ‘Add Phone’. Pair the two devices together by selecting your Ford on your phone’s Bluetooth menu and confirming the pairing.
Once your device is connected, you’ll be able to save your phone as a ‘Favorite’ and ride with ease and convenience wherever you go.
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