I purchased this car and it ran great
for about twenty thousand miles. Then
all hell broke loose. The transmission
went out. Window motors are fryed.
Water pump went out. Exhaust snapped in
half.Timing belt. Wires. Everything
that can go wrong has. The only good
thing on this car is the weak engine.
It has had very few problems.
Very good handling. Looks like a 5.0.
Have gotten it over 120 M.P.H.
More horsepower. More comfortable
seats. CUPHOLDERS. Better gas
mileage.Make it lighter. More bottom
end torque. Very sluggish off the line.
Since it has been taken good care of,
this is an excellent car, especially
for a teenager like myself. No macho v8
gas-guzzling speeding ticket-causing
engine, but it's still stylin'. This
car turns heads like crazy, and is
hella fun to drive. The wiring could
have been designed a little better, my
automatic windows, locks, and
brakelights are crapping out on me.
Just the minor stuff needs attention.
The acceleration SUCKS, but it's pretty
okay for a four-banger. Excellent car
for cruisin' for chicks/dudes whatever.
I LOVE MY BABY
Beatiful design, Love the sun on my
face and the wind blowing all my
homework away. Love the attention the
car gets (except for all those people
who want to STEAL it!)
Someone forgot the cupholders. Where,
oh WHERE is the highbeam switch??? Why,
oh WHY does this car slurp gas like it
does? Why is the car so HEAVY? The
thing is TANK... 'Stangs are supposed
to be lightweight and fast... not fat
and lazy... Ponycar needs more
Well I got the car for my 16th birthday
and it has lasted me through both high
school and college and has needed very
little maintenance. I think that my car
is very dependable and the gas mileage
is pretty good!
The first thing anyone says when they
sit down in my car is that the seats
are incredibly comfy :) Have gotten
over 110,000 miles and still running
The seats do not adjust so it's a one
size fits all car. There are no cup
holders and the trunk is smaller than
an airplane carry on bag. The
acceleration sucks! Only kids can fit
in the back seat.
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