2011 Ford MustangPaul Slavonik - Forney, TX05/10/2016
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'.
2007 Ford MustangBenjamin Boyer - Beavercreek, OH05/24/2015
This is a great car and while being a sports car it still finds a way to remain practical for daily use such as commuting to work, grocery shopping, etc. Very fun to drive, I came into it from driving an older 6 Cylinder car, and this definitely has some get up and go. It looks nice, drives nice, and I would definitely recommend this car to someone looking for something sporty.
Incredibly balanced performance car
2013 Ford MustangRick Sidenstricker - Joplin, MO01/29/2017
It is one of the best performance car values out there. 420 horsepower with 25 mpg average. You have the option of running regular or premium fuel. Go drive the Camaro and Challenger in comparison. The Mustang is as fast but much more comfortable and easier to live with. The other two cars are much heavier.
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