This car was an "upgrade" from a 1988 Mustang (Foxbody), that I inherited from my husband's grandmother. I had always planned to replace the '88 Mustang with a small SUV, such as an Escape, but The Husband urged me to at least test drive a less practical choice. I fell in love with the first Mustang I drove, and it is as if the car was designed and built for me. Prior to this car, I had viewed driving as a means of getting from point A to point B...now it has become a delight.
The Shelby GT500 is not for everyone, but the select few who can afford one, and insure one are lucky. I have no tickets and am in my 60's and the insurance is $1200.00 per year, very reasonable. In performance, It is a Super Car by my definition. I will never be able to drive it as fast as it is cable of going. I had it up to 140 mph and could have buried the speedo (it goes to 160) it is a 185-190 mph capable automobile. 0-60 is close to as much fun you can have with your clothes on! It is simply an amazing car! The car is nimble in every test that I have put it through, and can stop on a dime and give you nine cents change with the Brembo Brakes. This is a complex machine, but I have never had a bit of trouble. BUY ONE!!!
Fun to drive (especially in a manual -- be sure to get the manual). Test drove this car after some BMW 2 and BMW 3 series cars. Couldn't decide what to get to replace the Kia. But after seeing this car and sitting in it I couldn't believe my eyes. You think BMW has luxury? Try again. This ride is amazing between their choices of leather, and the Shaker audio system, Ford Sync 3 on 2016 and newer models, rear cam, front collision detection and HD radio, Brambo brakes and just all around awesomeness. This is the car to get
More than 50 years ago, the Ford Mustang was introduced to the U.S. Today, it's known as one of the most iconic performance coupes in the American automotive landscape. Due to its sporty nature and inherent style, the Ford Mustang's status is well-deserved.
With over 50 years of automobile history, the Ford Mustang has evolved to keep up with modern standards and to retain its reputation as the most recognizable, American, sporty compact cars of all time.
Three engine options ensure that the most recent Ford Mustang can have an appealing driver experience for all consumers. Its four-cylinder is included to be attractive to anyone who puts a premium on fuel efficiency, while the V8 will add some power and excitement to the iconic vehicle. The V6 engine provides a balance of both. Interior comfort has improved in recent years as well.
The Ford Mustang's reputation as an affordable and classic muscle car means that it will be readily available for used car buyers interested in one of Ford's greatest success stories. Though most car enthusiasts would prefer to have vintage model years available, they are significantly rare.
The newest Mustang has three engine options: the 3.7 V6 engine, the 2.3 four-cylinder engine and the 5.0L V8 engine. This ensures that potential used car buyers can find a vehicle with the best engine for their lifestyle. A six-speed manual transmission remains standard while a six-speed automatic is optional. The Mustang typically comes equipped with front-wheel drive, but some models may be found with rear-wheel drive instead.