Got this car a few days ago and love it so far! Never thought i could have so much fun in a 4 door sedan. Previously have owned all body style mustangs (87-04) and this car is light years ahead of them. Have driven newer mustangs too and other performance sedans but this one seems to take the cake. Looks amazing too.
Love the acceleration of the 400 horses. The 6 speed is the same as my last Corvette so the first to fourth shifting wasn't as annoying as it could've been. Like the cornering. Wife won't drive it because she thinks the suspension is too stiff - that's a bonus for me. The added seats over a Corvette really make me not want another Corvette. I've gotten 25 mpg on the highway and it's a nice ride on interstates. Great sound system and the navigation system is useful. XM radio is convenient in getting sports games in the middle of nowhere. OK, now that Corvettes are made with over 600 horses, I guess I'd try one. But not for 100K+. Best car I've ever had, hands down!
Acceleration, handling, seat comfort, price (42,000 after it sat on the lot for a year!)
I shopped other sport models, the V was last on my list. I drove it expecting to be disappointed. 8 months later I'm still riding V-crazy! Amazing power; great looking (pictures cant do it justice); and at half the price of other supercars that absolutely can not compare. More horse power than most cars in the industry, especially sedans. This car can lift my 350+ pound can out the seat! I am pleased.
6-speed manual; navigation with xm; nice looking leather/suede seats.
A few modifications I suggest: more head and hip room, less plastic on dash, and reposition er brake and release.
This car just EATS the run-flat tires, and GM refuses to address it. $880 for new run flats every 10k miles? Less than 10k on a set of tires. Also the differential clanks loudly and the dealer says this is normal. Lightning fast, good brakes. Interior too much plastic.