I ordered this car from the dealer in Redfire Metallic with a white top and white leather interior, and a 5-speed transmission. It has the chrome Cobra type spoke wheels that really shine. It is a joy to drive and really turns heads.
The clutch and transmission on this car are great. We have had other Mustangs with manual transmissions and this is the best one so far. Smooth and easy.
The drivers seat could be a little more upright. Even in the most upright position, I can't rest my head on the headrest. I sit up straighter than the seat does.
I was looking for a ragtop as my second car and I found an '03 with 3500 miles on it. I've had the car for two months and what a kick in the pants to drive. It has a great sound system (Mach 1000), upgraded wheels, more than enough power, handles tight, I could go on an on. I'm just kicking myself for waiting this long to buy a pony car.
The triple black color (interior, exterior, leather), 260hp, Mach 1000 system and above all the ease of putting the top down
The heritage lives on. What a wonderful
American sports car that combines
affordabilty with performance. The GT
achieves a 0-60 time in 5.6 seconds and
does with style. The premium package is
a bargain to add to the GT car. If
you're in the market for a fun to drive,
reliable and affordable muscle car, this
is your ride.
Styling, Mach 460 sound system and handling.
Improve interior materials and cluth
I have had my car for a year & still
love driving it every chance I get. I
wouldn't trade it for any other ragtop
out there. The ride is a little choppy
at times, but that adds to the sports
car feel. It gets great gas mileage on
the highway for a V8 (23-24), much
better than around town (16-18) so of
course I take it out on the highway any
chance I get. It looks great & draws
attention everywhere it goes. Who
can't resist a bright red Mustang
Tight Stick shift. Dual exhaust sound,
V8 power. Decent size trunk if you pack
it right. Great red color.
Windows could line up a little tighter.
A better cover for the roof when it's
down. The factory cover never did lay
down right, so I quit using it. It also
was a hassle taking it off & trying to
store it on road trips. Wouldn't
change anything else.
If You want a real "MUSCLE CAR" the
Mustang GT is the way to go. There is
no pussy-footing around in this beast.
Put be prepared to drive.... This is no
V6 passanger style. The GT has a rugged
suspention so as to feel the road and
the power that the car holds. It's
Bullish apearance mimics the muscle
beneath the hood. Old fasion power when
you hit the excelorater and a new tight
handling that reins far above the
squirrly handling of the V6. Do not try
to compare the beast to the puppy. They
are not in the same class. Piorities
for purchasing are: Looking "HOT"
Driving like you mean it and simple
quality at its finest. And the sound
Rugid suspention for the perfect feal
of a muscle car. Bullish lines, raised
front scoop that shows off a powerful
look. Kickin exceleration. Tight
handling for corners and stoping short
when needed. Comfortable power
ajustable seats. Great sound system.
Do not create this car in white. It is
contrary to the image a V8 Mustang
should invoke. When I see them on the
road I laugh.... who looks more
foolish, the driver or the maker?