2011 Ford MustangThomas Ruck - Louisville, KY07/09/2016
I bought a base Mustang, 6-speed manual, no options. The new, 3.7-litre V6 for 2011 is AMAZING! All the performance you can use in the real world, and 30 mpg on the highway! Is the suspension stiff? Yes. Can anyone bigger than a Schnauzer use the back seat? No. Is this car an absolute blast, yet cheap on insurance? YES!!!!!
Was a great car for 10 years
2006 Ford MustangCarolynn R - Buena Park, CA09/15/2016
I had my Mustang for 10 years, and just recently sold it because my family outgrew it. It was a great car for the decade I had it. In all that time, I only had to put $500 of work into it aside from regular upkeep such as oil changes and tires. It was a blast to drive and it was hard to say goodbye, but having 2 car seats in the back just didn't work for me anymore haha.
2011 Ford MustangIsaac Garcia - San Antonio, TX06/29/2016
Love my GT/CS, I had been looking for a few months waiting for the right GT to scream my name and the black 2011 GT/CS was the one! Only down side is the MPG'S but who buys a mustang for that...I get smiles per gallon! Oh my wife and son love going out in the mustang. What are you waiting for?? buy the mustang!!
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