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 last true Shelby
2013 Ford MustangCameron Pinkston - Fenton, MO07/10/2015
This is the last of the true Shelby GT500's that Carroll helped design. They will make more Shelby's but they will be fakes. This car is over the top in power. If you drive one you better respect the 662 HP is has or you will be in a ditch even with the traction control on.
Fun car, easy buying expierence
2006 Ford MustangAnonymous G - Greenville, SC10/09/2015
I bought this car mainly as a second car for fun, but also something I could drive every day. It fits that bill well. There's nothing like cruising with the top down with the sound of an American v8. The 5 speed manual is fun and the driving position is comfortable. If you want a car to get you and the family from point a to point b look elsewhere. If you want something fun with classic styling and a fun driving experience consider a mustang.
We used CarMax price data from January 1 through June 30, to compile this list of the best affordable sports cars with average prices under $25,000. This list includes the Nissan 370Z, the Subaru BRZ, and even the Corvette.