2014 Ford MustangDave Sanders - Louisville, KY06/28/2016
Good handling. Lots of power for V/6. Quiet ride. Good gas mileage. Will get plus 30 if you hold it to 77 or below on the road. Had for 3 years and no problems at all. Bought used with 27,000 on it. At 85 it's only turning 2000 rpms. Hard to hold it back!! Wants to run on the open road!! If you push it on the open road to 85-90 on a trip the 30 plus can drop to 27. I'm 68 and love driving it. Top down and push that gas peddle.
No Complaints here
2015 Ford MustangJay Kelley - Birmingham, AL06/27/2017
I was looking for a sporty v6 car and there is not really that many on the market. When I seen the new body style of the Mustang I was hooked. The build quality is very good so far and the interior is a nice place to be (I have the premium package with leather). Key less entry with push button starting, remote engine starting, even the windows can roll down by remote. Its not the quietest ride but its by no mean loud either. I get compliments on this car everywhere I drive it not that I'm someone looking for compliments but when people see the car they just go on about it and you will get stares. The V6 is 300 hp and about the fastest on the market in the price range it is in if you care about that sort of thing.
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.
These best modern muscle cars meet our criteria for what makes a muscle car. Their ranking is based on sales at CarMax stores between November 1, 2017, and April 30, 2018. Be advised! Some of the cars on this list buck traditional muscle car conventions.