2014 Ford MustangDave Sanders - Louisville, KY06/28/2016
Good handling. Lots of power for V/6. Quiet ride. Good gas mileage. Will get plus 30 if you hold it to 77 or below on the road. Had for 3 years and no problems at all. Bought used with 27,000 on it. At 85 it's only turning 2000 rpms. Hard to hold it back!! Wants to run on the open road!! If you push it on the open road to 85-90 on a trip the 30 plus can drop to 27. I'm 68 and love driving it. Top down and push that gas peddle.
Fun car, easy buying expierence
2006 Ford MustangAnonymous G - Greenville, SC10/09/2015
I bought this car mainly as a second car for fun, but also something I could drive every day. It fits that bill well. There's nothing like cruising with the top down with the sound of an American v8. The 5 speed manual is fun and the driving position is comfortable. If you want a car to get you and the family from point a to point b look elsewhere. If you want something fun with classic styling and a fun driving experience consider a mustang.
A fun summer car; a head-turner
2010 Ford MustangRob C - Orlando, FL12/14/2015
There's not much to dislike about the 2010 Mustang convertible, it's a pleasure to drive and provides plenty of 'fun in the sun'. The interior design (including the customizable LED lighting) seems way ahead of a 2010 car, it's sleek and very stylish throughout.
It's not the most comfortable car for long distances, there's not a great deal of leg room at the back. Driving with the top up creates a surprisingly amount of wind noise - but you really shouldn't be driving this car with the top up now, should you?
Ford have excelled themselves, I'm impressed. When it comes to replacing my 'stang I'll most likely be looking at a later model.
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