There's not much to dislike about the 2010 Mustang convertible, it's a pleasure to drive and provides plenty of 'fun in the sun'. The interior design (including the customizable LED lighting) seems way ahead of a 2010 car, it's sleek and very stylish throughout.
It's not the most comfortable car for long distances, there's not a great deal of leg room at the back. Driving with the top up creates a surprisingly amount of wind noise - but you really shouldn't be driving this car with the top up now, should you?
Ford have excelled themselves, I'm impressed. When it comes to replacing my 'stang I'll most likely be looking at a later model.
HAD AIR BAG RECALL PROBLEMS. NOT A CAR MAX PROBLEM
2007 Ford MustangGARY FOX - CENTRAL VALLEY, UT09/13/2015
FIRST YOU HAVE TO LOVE MUSTANGS. IF YOU DO . THIS CAR HAS ALL THE CUSTOM AD ON EQUIPMENT TO MAKE IT A DESIRED MUSTANG. ALL I DID WAS SEARCH UNTIL I FOUND THE MUSTANG I WANTED . HAD TO ADD VERY LITTLE TO THE CAR . LOW MILES AND SPOTLESS FINISH. WHAT MORE COULD A MUSTANG NUT WANT ?
2014 Ford MustangPete - Chula Vista, CA09/23/2014
Fun to drive. Tremendous power. Precise handling; goes around corners on a rail. Ride may be a little stiff for some (see the precise handing comment). Gas mileage around town 17-19 mpg. On the freeway low to mid twenties. Electronic package has some nice features but you don't buy this car for the electronics.
If you are thinking about a Mustang I would try to do a comparison test drive of one with the handling package and one without. The stiff ride may be a negative for some.
Many positive comments from friends and passers-by (Deep Impact Blue helps).
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