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
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!!
If you're looking for a fun car which gives you a sense of pride every time you step in, look no further than the Mustang. I purchased the 2011 V6 and, although it's not as powerful (or as loud) as its V8 counterpart, it's a joy to drive. After a long day at work, climbing into the Mustang for the drive home makes it all worth it. I have the six-speed manual and it shifts cleanly and smoothly. The ride is extremely comfortable and the acceleration is excellent for a V6. Although its a larger car, it doesn't feel like it once you get used to how it drives and handles. This is one of the most fun cars I've ever owned. With a large assortment of aftermarket accessories to chose from, you can easily make your Mustang 'yours'.