I love my convertible. My kids (4 and
5) love it too. There is nothing like
cruising down the road with your top
down and enjoying life. I have ridden
in other convertibles (Sebring) and
yuck! I wouldn't trade my Mustang for
one. It is comfortable, fun, reliable
and most of all a conversation piece
wherever I go. Especially in East
Tennessee where I live. My car is an
Electric Green color and Cleopatra (my
car) gets eye-balled coming and going!
So anyone that is thinking about
getting a Mustang, I would definitely
encourage getting a convertible! They
are too much fun!
Color (Electric Green), leather, cd and
cassette player for those times I am
feeling nostalgic, traction for when it
rains and convertible!
I have had my convertible for over a
year now and have had absolutely no
problems. It is just an automatic v-6
mustang but it is still fun and
comfortable to drive. All of the
problems that I have heard of from
people who have owned convertibles are
non-existent. I have had no problems
with leaks, tears, or cuts. Being in
college I was also looking for a
dependable car that would have no
problems with trips home. I put
higher performance touring tires on it
and it drives much better.
When the temperature is right the
leather is sooooooo, nice!!
Better tires will greatly improve the
handling and ride. If you can add a
better suspension and maybe drop it an
inch you will be very happy.
I bought this car two years ago with
only 8,500 miles. It was babied by the
original owner. I have put another
7,000 miles on it during the non-
winter months. Great to drive, ultra-
sharp looking, have not had one
problem yet. Best present I ever
bought for myself.
Looks great, rides great. I would have
preferred the GT for a little more
power, but couldn't pass this one up.
Great stereo system as you cruise...
Boot is clumsy, but that is a small
complaint for such a superior vehicle.
I bought this car new in 2000. It's
held up well (but not great) and has
been good transportation. The fact
that it's stylish and performs well
doesn't hurt, either. As a
convertible, it's as solid as anything
else on the road today (at least in the
under-$30k market). The interior is
great - it's comfortable and it has
solid ergonomics. That being said, I
dinged the interior a couple of points
because of cheap materials and
appearance. All in all, a great car
for the money.
Convertible, decent performance, decent
gas mileage, tons of fun. The Mach 460
audio system is outstanding.
Small back seat, small trunk, very
small trunk opening, cheap interior