The Ford Mustang Boss 302 is, to many performance fans, Messiah, really. Thanks to its well thought out development and secondary tracKey it seems to be the best of all worlds.
As the special tracKeys are about to be brought into focus over at the upcoming SEMA show in Las Vegas, Ford was also kind enough to release some details on exactly what to expect.
If I’m honest, everything seems to be right and predictable about the Ford Mustang Boss 302 and its tracKey but some of the fine print did bring about some raised eyebrows.
As I’m sure some of you know, the Ford Mustang Boss 302 comes with a special second key that enables a racing mode for those special track moments.
Since the new Ford Mustang Boss 302 gets a more aggressive engine tune in those moments, a less restrictive exhaust and a more demanding workout to all of the car.
The end result is that the owners who use the tracKey will not get the usual five year, 60.000 mile warranty and are instead replaced by a three year, 36.000 mile one.
Those hoping to tune up the “standard” Ford Mustang Boss 302 are in for a disappointment as with any mods will completely void the warranty.
It’s not an absurd request and I would call Ford quite ambitious to provide a three year warranty for what is essentially a track car.