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Great input, I like all descriptions you have made. I own a 2011 GT, I am very happy with it, however I regret I did not buy a GT500 to begin with, now I want to trade in, but I guess I will wait for the 2013 GT600 or maybe I will go for a Challenger SRT8 392. I am test driving a SRT8 392 tomorrow, though I really like Mustangs, I am afraid that Mustang is loosing on it's interior quality, but I still gotta make a decision, as I have never driven a Dodge Challenger before. Will pos on Thursday to give my opinion about the differences. Regards brazeagleReport it
I agree with your review as well. I just bought my 2012 GT500 and have been absolutely amazed by the performance! This is my 4th mustang and by far the best. The engine, exterior, handling/steering are far superior to mustangs of old. I would like to offer a counter-opinion to your comments on the interior though. Every mustang I've owned has used unimpressive materials and styling in the interior, it's almost like the interior was an afterthought! The seats were really comfortable (except for my 1980 LX) but everything else just didn't fit the rest of the car. But that's not why I owned them, I bought my mustangs for the style and performance of the vehicles, not to be awed by the dash lights or interior features. As long as I had a comfortable seat, cup holder and standard transmission, I was happy (thus the reason for my hatred of the 1980 LX). If you're looking for a hot-looking car that is built around an amazing engine with attention-grabbing exhaust and is an absolute joy to drive, this is the one for you. If you want the glossy interior with wood trim and other luxury features and materials, that's not what this car is about and there's plenty of alternatives out there to appease you.Report it
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