Leather Seats, Auxiliary Audio Input, Overhead Airbags, Traction Control, Side Airbags, Air Conditioning
4 Cylinders, 2WD, 2.0L Engine, Automatic Transmission, 113K Miles, Gray/Gray
Overall great value for the money you're going to spend. There are a few cons being that the back seat doesn't have a lot of leg room, and the transmission is a bit touchy, seems to always be idling to try to find the right gear to get the best mileage and take off is a bit slow. Pros for the car are its sleek design, the sync technology is awesome, but hard to get to know how to use. The hatchback is great for cargo space and the gas mileage is awesome.
I love the car, but it does have some serious transmission problems. One day the check engine light will be on and the next it's gone. As well as the transmission light, it'll ask you to pull over safely. It had a recall on the TCM and the control module but it was already done and the car is still jumping. I regret buying the car for that reason. Otherwise, I have no issue with anything else. I love the interior layout, the hatchback room, the leather and the sunroof.
I have been driving Mustangs for the past 16 years and with the birth of our 2nd child the backseat was beginning to get crowded. It was time to retire the '05 v-6 Mustang in favor for something that had a bit more room in the back. While the ST does not have as much room as our Edge, it does the job. This car handles well on the road and is very fun to drive. While it is a major change going back to front wheel drive, this car has delivered. The dash does have a heavier rubber type of finish that hopefully will keep it from cracking years down the road. The interior is upgraded from that of the standard Focus and the 6 speed gearbox snaps into the next gear as you tear down the road. YouTube has several good reviews.