I have a 120,000 miles on this guy and
I have to say I'm pretty happy. I had
the gasket thing [but they fixed it for
free]. I spend probably on average
about 400 in extra repairs each year -
which I include stuff like breaks and
windshield wipers. I got my
transmission fixed at 27,000 [while
under warenty], and I haven't had
anything major since. The car works
fine 51 weeks out of the year, but
recently the A/C is causing my car to
overheat and I need new struts so
things are starting to catch up. I
love my car though and I think we'll
make it to 200,000 miles. Still has
great pickup and lots of fun as long as
you're not in the back seat.
Consistently good performance.
Comfortable Driver's seat.
Somehow figure out how I can fit adults
in the back seat comfortably.
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
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