A new Mustang platform still is a few years off, but Ford Motor Co. is determined to keep its popular pony car affordable. Ford is said to be giving some serious consideration to building the next-generation Mustang off a less expensive version of the DEW98 platform, now used on the upcoming Lincoln LS, Jaguar S-Type and future Thunderbird. Contrary to published reports, no decision has been made on using DEW98, company insiders say. Ford still hasn't ruled out keeping the pony car on ...

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