I recently bought the 2002 v-6 5-speed
mustang in Feburary 2003. It is brand
new with only 38 miles. I traded my
1988 v-6 auto camaro in with 161,000
miles, when I seen the mustang
advertized for under $12k. Over-all it
handles great. After driving it a
couple of weeks and 2 washings, a small
area on the front bumper has the clear
coat blistered, so the car is currently
back at dealer where they are
repainting the bumper. I owned my
camaro for 14 yrs, so am seeing if this
mustang will last as long with as much
mileage. So far, I am verrrry pleased
with entire car.
Body styling and v-6 power with an
awesome air conditioner
Make locking gas caps a standard on all
new vehicles with prices more
reasonable. Ford sells a locking gas
cap for this car for $49. Wayyyy toooo
high in price.
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