Get all the specs and details on the 2015-17 Mustang 3.7L V6 engine here! The baseline S550 motor will be a carry-over from the previous S197 platform.
Ford hasn't released a ton of information about the 3.7L Ti-VCT V6 engine for the 2015-17 Mustang. It is safe to say this will probably be a simple carry-over from the previous 2014 S197 Mustang. In the pre-2015 models, this V6 engine was a significant jump in horsepower over the previous V6 Mustang models. It made an impressive 305 horsepower at 6,500 rpm and 280 ft. lbs torque at 4,250 RPM. This was more horsepower than the Fox Body Mustang 5.0 and SVT Cobra. This engine is no weakling by any means; however, with the introduction of the 2.3L EcoBoost 4 cylinder engine arriving in the S550 Mustang, I don't see the 3.7L V6 being a super popular motor option.
I'm sure we will see plenty of performance Mustang parts for the V6 as the designs and R&D are already there from previous models. Below you will find some of the engine specs and known transmission specs and gearing. Look for us to keep this updated as Ford releases more information. Check out more 2015-17 Mustang Engine Specs below!
|3.7L Ti-VCT V6|
|Configuration||Aluminum block & head|
|Exhaust Manifold||Cast Iron|
twin independent variable
|Valve Diameter/Lift||Intake 37mm/10mm
|Connecting Rods||Forged Steel|
|Bore x Stroke||3.76x3.41 in
|Displacement||227 cu. in/ 3,727 cc|
|Recommended Fuel||Regular Unleaded
|Fuel Delivery||Sequential Multiport
|Oil Capacity||Six quarts 5W-20|
Standard Transmission - Six Speed Manual W/Hill Assist
Automatic Transmission - Six Speed W/ Paddle Shifter
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Information was taken from the following magazine. To see even more specs and details please visit the MCA(Mustang Club of America) website.Mustang Times January 2014 Issue/ Vol.38 No.1