really nice car, but its bad in the rain...I travel alot, and I go up very steep hills, and even though the tires are new, I still slide and theres no grip! Even on the highway when its rains, you can feel the car slide! Had it for almost 2 years, and I'm trading it in...
Bang For The Buck
Sarge2155 - Arlington, Texas03/02/2012
Ordered my 2010 Premium GT from the factory just the way I wanted it: track pack I, Shaker 1000, leather interior etc. This car is nice so nice in fact I am afraid of driving it. Car is a garage queen with 3500 miles. Hopefully one day I can get over my fear of wrecking it or it getting old. Guess I got a phobia.
From what little I have driven it its quick, fast and nice, nice car on the road and in the garage. I only drive it on nice days and the weekends. I do recommend this car, but please drive it!!!
2010 Ford Mustang
Tom - NC/NH05/31/2011
I bought my 2010 Ford Mustang a few weeks ago and I love it. Looks great, drives great, and with the 4.0 litre V6 it actually gets surprisingly good mileage (33 MPH highway on one trip). The only thing I don't like is that it is really smaller than it looks. I spent the last 8 years driving big SUVs and the change to a 2 door coupe takes some getting used to. Not a problem with the car, just an adjustment that I need to make.
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