I have had no problems mechanically with my car. That means a lot to me. I am constantly annoyed by the fact that when you have a cup in the front cupholder, you can't shift. Also the cupholders aren't adjustable, so if you go round a curve, and the cup isn't a perfect fit... oops, there goes another drink. It might be petty to complain about that, but it has been a huge pet peeve to me. The driver's seat is starting to lose integrity. The foam gets smushed after so many years and I get it just doesn't come back to normal after a while. I can't believe that it has been so reliable. Ford did good on this model. Also, they made a lot of stuff standard, I just wish I had cruise.
A lot of standard features. Power everything. They even included mirrors on both visors!
The Mustang seriously needs better cupholders and better placement of them. Better trunk access. Can't it be built a little bit bigger while keeping the same style? I think that a slightly larger version of the same car would be great, maybe the backseat would even be usable then!
Well ive owned the mustang since ive
bought it some time ago,And i have to
say ive enjoyed it alot and have no
problems with it that i can recall.It
does not ride very smooth but whats the
point thats why u buy a sports car for
The favorite things id say are the sleek
looks of it from the exterior and
interior.And so many options to make it
The only thing i dont like are the hp
numbers.It could use atleast about 60
more horses i say.Other than that i
think its a better buy than the other gm
The ford mustang is an excellent car
at an even better price in my opinion.
Ive had mine for a little over a year
now and it has given me no major
problems whatsoever. The power is good
coming from the 3.8 liter v6 and the
comfort of the front seats is
excellent. i would recommned a mustng
of my type to anyone who wants
something powerful, cheap, good
looking and fun to drive.
front seat comfort and simple but
stylish interior design are a quality
of the mustang.
Coming from a Mustang Family (2 1970
Fastbacks/ 1 1989 Hatchback), when I
was purchasing my first car I had to go
with the Mustang! I love the looks and
it still has speed, even though the
smaller engine. I would recommend this
car to most. The only problem is that
at 6 feet tall, my knees are at the
dash when I drive. I lower the seat,
but I can't see over the front of the
hood. The older Mustangs had more leg
room...maybe Ford needs to work on
that. However, it's a great car!
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