2012 Ford Mustang V6 Premium 2dr Convertible (3.7L 6cyl 6M)
It has the looks and is fun on short drives but don't count on it for much more than that. Not comfortable on a long trip and not especially reliable. I've replaced the water pump twice in two years. There's an occasional knock in the steering or suspension linkage no one has been able to pinpoint. The stretch belt design for the a/c compressor is the stupidest design in history. Even experienced shop mechanics have a rough time putting one on.
2012 Ford Mustang V6 Premium 2dr Coupe (3.7L 6cyl 6M)
All the value estimates at every major web pretty much set up the same. These sites are all perfect for estimating the value of the normal everyday car purchased from a dealer except for a few important things that aren't covered. For instance how do you check off having to have the engine replaced at 15,000 mi on a car you have for sale with any odometer indicating 55,000 mi.? How do you check off that you purchased several expensive performance packages for better power, control, millage, safety ect.? There isn't any where to figure these in. This list is not all inclusive and i believe there are allot of car owners with similar situations. This is the situation im in at the present time. So in using one of these webs they can only help provide foundation price the rest is guess work and left up you.
2012 Ford Mustang GT Premium 2dr Coupe (5.0L 8cyl 6M)
This Mustang replaced a 2007 which was a good car. The 2012 is more refined across the board. Besides expected replacement parts like tires, batteries and wiper blades, plus scheduled oil changes, it has never been back to the dealer. It only has 34K miles on it and the black exterior and interior are still like new. I also keep the car in a garage when not on the road. I get lots of compliments even know.