2006 Ford MustangCarolynn R - Buena Park, CA09/15/2016
I had my Mustang for 10 years, and just recently sold it because my family outgrew it. It was a great car for the decade I had it. In all that time, I only had to put $500 of work into it aside from regular upkeep such as oil changes and tires. It was a blast to drive and it was hard to say goodbye, but having 2 car seats in the back just didn't work for me anymore haha.
Fun to drive, sporty, good gas mileage.
2012 Ford MustangDave Smith - Louisville, KY09/03/2016
Had my Mustang almost 3 years now. Bought it with 27,000 miles. Now has 52,000. All I've done is oil changes, tire rotations and an air filter. Wonderful car with lots of power, great on gas , 24 everyday driving, 30 on a trip on the interstate. The V6 at 85 mph is turning only 2000 rpms. Have the premium convertible. All around great car. I'm 69 and still love it.. Brings back the teenager in me!!
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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