I purchased my Mustang about 2 years ago in Florida and then moved back north. This car has been wonderfully reliable taking me to and from Florida. My only complaint regarding long trips is that the driver's seat is horribly uncomfortable and I really get poor gas mileage. Until recently I haven't had any problems with the car. Lately the convertible top back near the window has been leaking and now I am dealing with wet floors. I think it is mostly due to the Florida sun drying out the top for 5 years since it was never garage kept. I get tons of compliments though!
Sporty look, reliability even in northern winters.
Front seat is painful. Leaking seems to be a problem. Back seat is less than spacious.
I have mixed feelings about my Mustang. Although the car is fun to drive and
easy on the eyes, I have not been too satisfied. The auto insurance is sky
high. I have had mechanical problems (valves rattling, car would not crank).
Ford could never find out what was wrong. The gas mileage is not good. I get
about 20 miles per gallon. I have 33,000 miles on my car and I just replaced
the tires because they were bald. This is from normal driving. The tires are
also very expensive because you have to buy performance tires. I'm not
trying to turn anyone off from buying the Mustang; just realize that it is a very
expensive car to keep up.
I have to tell you i bought ford
mustang gt new in 2000, and ever since
its been the worst car i have ever had
in my life.between loose exhaust, 3
service appointments to fix faulty
electrical system, shabby body pieces,
constant squeeks and rattles, this car
has been a nightmare. i plan to stay
away from ford for now on.I recommend
you do the same
the power if anything
the quality of the mustang all around
is garbage. ford should redesign the
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