The 2014 Ford Mustang is still the same muscle car it's based on, with more options than many of its previous models. As the last model year for the fifth generation of legendary Mustangs, the the 2014 Mustang is also muscling its way into sports car territory.
The 2014 Mustang has a feature to appease essentially any driver. Even with the base 2014 Mustang, the cabin has great features such as a power driver seat, rear parking sensors and larger wheels available for upgrade. Standard features include power windows, locks, mirrors, air conditioning, cruise control, a sound system with two USB ports and an aux jack, Bluetooth audio streaming, voice control, a rearview camera and push-to-start functionality. Higher trim levels have feature packages that include leather seating, satellite radio and power passenger seating.
The 2014 Ford Mustang is designed to be a high performance vehicle and lives up to its legacy. With additional trim levels and progressively more powerful engines, drivers can expect acceleration and excitement from the 2014 Mustang. With firm suspension and rear-wheel drive, handling and control are the 2014 Mustang's best strengths. The big frame paired with high firepower creates an intimidating road presence and a firm, exciting drive.
The 2014 Ford Mustang has a 3.7L V6 engine equipped at its base model. It also has a turbocharged 2.3L four-cylinder engine that, while still powerful, may not be as satisfying as the V6 engine. All engines are paired with a six-speed manual transmission standard, with an optional six-speed automatic available. Of course, the highest-performing 2014 Mustang is the highest trim level available. The 2014 Mustang GT is equipped with a 5.0L V8 engine that clocks in 435 horsepower and is capable of delivering a top speed of 155 mph.
The 2014 Ford Mustang has been thoroughly upgraded to have a modern shape with retro inspiration. The body is built with better materials as well, giving the vehicle a more substantial style. It has a broad, imposing front end and a cockpit-themed interior, just like sports cars of the past. The increased size means plenty of headroom for taller drivers, and the passenger seat is comfortable as well. Though the back seat may not be as spacious as the front row, the upholstery is high-quality and comfortable.