The 2003 Mustang is truly a fun car to
drive! Even with the automatic V6, I've
got plenty of pick up for highway
driving. Mine is a real head-turner in
I really like the traction control
feature...living in the midwest, we
have some icy and snowy winters. So
far, I've been impressed with how the
car has handeled these conditions.
(It's been a mild winter though).
My only real complaint: The plastic
rings that hold back the upper part of
the shoulder belts are awkward.
Sometimes the buckle gets caught in it,
and it is difficult to pull the belt
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