2012 Ford MustangZachary Hacker - Louisville, KY03/22/2016
This car is one of the best well rounded cars. It gets better than average fuel economy, it has great handling, the seats are comfortable, and everything is easy to reach. It also makes a great purchase for someone who loves Mustangs but doesn't need all the power the V8 Mustangs have, yet still has enough to give you the sensation of driving a sports car.
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2012 Ford MustangJerred - Albuequerque, NM10/21/2014
I was never a Mustang fan, they never seemed that nice. But now 2010 and up cars have pretty high quality interiors. I'd place the inside in line with 90's-2000s BMWs. I think it is important to realize just how good that is at this price point though. The 2011 got the 5.0 engine. It is a great powerplant; a piece of engineering at this price point. It would not be out of place in a car double the price. I know I brought up price in this twice already, but you just can't help it. Mustang has seriously become an absolute bargain for what you pay. It is a solid built performer that is great to drive. They are a bit heavy, which detracts from the driving some, but it still makes an outstanding GT car.
2014 Ford MustangPete - Chula Vista, CA09/23/2014
Fun to drive. Tremendous power. Precise handling; goes around corners on a rail. Ride may be a little stiff for some (see the precise handing comment). Gas mileage around town 17-19 mpg. On the freeway low to mid twenties. Electronic package has some nice features but you don't buy this car for the electronics.
If you are thinking about a Mustang I would try to do a comparison test drive of one with the handling package and one without. The stiff ride may be a negative for some.
Many positive comments from friends and passers-by (Deep Impact Blue helps).
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