by JC in PQ on Sep 30, 2003 Vehicle: 1995 Ford Mustang 2dr Convertible
I've put money and time into things I
just don't feel I should have. At 60k,
head gaskets blew and destroyed the
engine (3.8 litre). The window switch
went out so that I can't use the single
push feature and had to bypass that
circuit for manual operation. Design
flaws lead to broken turn signal
wires. An AC line leak cost over
$650. All this before even hitting 95k
miles! I'm feeling very disappointed
in Ford and in my Mustang.
by Tiff101 on Jul 23, 2002 Vehicle: 1995 Ford Mustang 2dr Convertible
The only thing about this car is that
it looks good. Other than that plan on
replacing the heads or totally getting
a new engine. I will never purchase a
Ford again due to their lack of
informing that my engine could have
defects or them totally giving me the
run around when I called to get my
vechile fixed. I ended up replacing the
engine myself because I was just a few
miles over the recall amount. I
have had both! It's not worth it in the
long run, trust me don't let your heart
buy your mind and wallet a nightmare.
by 3.8garth on May 6, 2002 Vehicle: 1995 Ford Mustang 2dr Convertible
Top of the line Fords appear to be a
greater value. Plus get this last year
for a proven 5.0L configuration in a
Mustang - classic.
My attempt to save money by purchasing
a 'cost efficient' 1995 Ford Mustang
with a 3.8L V6 and weaker 7.5"
transmission was a huge and costly
If you are still considering a low-end
model at least research it from
Edmunds, NHTSA, and Consumer Affairs
before making a commitment.
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