After driving it for like a month, I
started noticing all kinds of squeaks,
the cheap cheap ultimate cheap interior
materials, and my multifunction switch
blew. I have noticed that almost all
domestic brand vehicles use very cheap
interior materials. Take a look at the
foregin brand cars, they use good
quality materials and it is build
tight! And please, change the interior
design of the Mustangs... Ford hasn't
redesigned their dull interior design
in almost 7 years! I absolutely hate
domestic cars, I will never ever get
one again. Companies like GM and Ford
should learn from companies like Honda
I bought the car with only 72,000 miles
on it and I expected it to give me
trouble-free enjoyment for at least
another 40,000. Unfortunately, the car
broke down 3 months later (and cost
$800 to fix) and broke down every 3
months after that, at similar costs.
Never buy a FORD. In all I've put
$2,500 in that car on repairs in 1 damn
year. Oh, and it depreciated like a
mother in that same year, funny how
that works. I feel sorry for all those
idiots who are still buying new Fords.
the powerful 5.0L V8 engine (the ONLY
better materials, better parts, and
better electronic components
Well, how do I say this nicely, it's a
Ford. Maybe I was spoiled from driving
Hondas and Toyotas for so many years,
but this 95 Gt is a clunky, noisy, poor
handling(especially in bad weather),
likely to break down at any minute,
type of car. I read alot of articles
featuring the Mustang as the "ultimate
muscle car", and wanted something with
a litle go-fast, so I bought a 95
Mustang GT ( the last year of the
302). Even thought the aftermarket is
huge for this vehicle, I would be
nervous making it any faster because it
might rattle apart. From what I've
seen, this is typical unrefined Ford
Acceleration & looks!
Engineer a better more reliable
vehicle..attention to detail is greatly
i first purchased this vehicle expecting a sporty reliable car with 54k miles. at 56k miles, the exhaust was shot including the cats, at 58k miles the head gaskets blew, which was a costly and time consuming repair. turned out the gaskets were installed incorrectly, and ford knew.
owner notification was initiated a few months later, with an apology, and an offer for reimbursment, good, but not as good as my moms toyota with 140,000 miles and no engine trouble.
looks good, decent gas mileage that about sums up the list
install the head gaskets properly, offer customers a longer term solution to continuous problems.
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