2004 Ford Mustang Deluxe 2dr Convertible (3.8L 6cyl 5M)
At age 62 I told my wife I wanted one
last convertable fling and the Mustang
was my choice. The handling is taut and
predictable. Its not a hot rod with the
3.8 L but I think it will beat our 2000
Linclon LS with a V-6 and a manual
transmission off the line. It sticks to
the road well and has little to no body
roll. So far we have gotten as little as
26 mpg and as much as 30 mpg.
Well the top goes down very easly and
quickly. The power driver seat is nice.
For us a major reason is that we can
flat tow it behind our Motor Home with
out any modifications to the drive train.
My wife would be much happier if the
passenger seat had the same power
controls as the drive seat. Would like
to see radio controls mounted on the
steering wheel and a dash light to tell
you the cruise control is on.
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