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2024 Ford Mustang Consumer Reviews

4.7 out of 5 stars
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5 out of 5 stars

Excellent American Muscle!

Thullraven, 12/07/2023
2024 Ford Mustang GT 2dr Coupe (5.0L 8cyl 6M)
22 of 24 people found this review helpful

"Other sports cars might be a tick quicker." I laugh on the inside every time I read that. I've beaten every Camaro SS and Scat Pack Challenger I ever took on in a drag race. They have better torque and get the Mustang off the line, but the Coyote 5.0 is stronger at the high end in the high revs, so I always caught and passed them both soon afterwards. I feel the Camaro is still slightly better in the twisties on the track but that's it. As a daily driver, it's great. I've driven both Camaros and Challengers as well but the Mustang is the perfect balance. The visibility in the Camaro is horrible and takes getting used to. I was OK with this, but some people might feel a little cramped. The Challenger is very roomy, but it is big and difficult to park in tight spots. I love my Mustang and plan to keep it until it drops or I do. No one buys this type of car for fuel efficiency, but it actually is pretty good for what it is if you are driving a steady and reasonable speed on a highway. The front seats are very comfortable. As for the back seats, well, don't put friends back there if you value your friendships. It puts a smile on my face every time I start it up!

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5 out of 5 stars

Worth the Wait

Stang59th, 09/15/2023
2024 Ford Mustang GT Premium 2dr Coupe (5.0L 8cyl 6M)
12 of 14 people found this review helpful

I have only had it for a day but so far i have yet to find anything i don't like. It rides great for a sports car and the quality of the materials inside is great. the exhaust has a nice deep tone but not load enough to give you a headache after driving a while...The digital dash is quick to respond and has a lot of ways to customeize to your liking. Great experience with Ed @ Stoneham Ford and would highly recommend..

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5 out of 5 stars

AWSOME

Bernard Rothbort, 04/03/2024
2024 Ford Mustang GT Premium 2dr Coupe (5.0L 8cyl 6M)
5 of 5 people found this review helpful

Just bought the 2024 Mustang GT Premium. The car is all white with a two toned merlot interior. I have gotten positive comments on how the car looks and sounds. The car brings back memories of the muscle cars I remember growing up as a kid. The car is super fast and sounds unbelievable. Totally worth the money!!!!!

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4 out of 5 stars

Good upgrade; some design issues coming the '07 GT

Dxm, 01/14/2024
2024 Ford Mustang GT 2dr Coupe (5.0L 8cyl 6M)
7 of 8 people found this review helpful

Base Model with manual transmission: The good: At first the 2 giant screens took some getting used to, but now I don't mind them at all. It rides great, it sounds great. It is definitely an improvement over my old '07 Mustang. Lots of issues it had have been solved, in particular the leaves/pine needles getting collected in the grommets where the air intake is behind the cowl. Also the bumpers look more solid without as much wiggling about--the old ones were attached with plastic tabs and could be ripped off without much effort. Folding mirrors--yay! Independent rear suspension--yay!! It definitely goes over bumps much more smoothly, a very noticeable improvement. Cigarette lighter/USBs that turn off after some time when you turn off the engine are great. I used to have to disconnect my dash cam or else my battery would die after a week, especially during winter months. The short-throw shifter took some getting used to in the beginning, but now I absolutely love it. Very precise and snug shifting. I still do not see the need for gears 5 and 6--they could have easily been combined into one gear. The difference between 5 and 6 is minimal. Sometimes I switch from 4 straight to 6... The reverse gear is a little strange to me, and sometimes I fail to engage first gear when I park, I really need to go into neutral and then re-engage first gear. This was never an issue with the old gear boxes. Mine is a base model, and I'm glad I got it. I don't need quad exhaust, that's just silly. I also do not need power seats. The seats that it came with are very comfortable and provide lots of lumbar support--they are more comfortable than my old ones. I also like the fact that I can easily move the seat forward/back when I am letting out the rear passengers with a flick of the lever. Also the manual seat adjustment to move it up/down is absolutely perfect, no need for any motorized seat adjustment. The sound system, and in particular the amplifier is not the best; when I first got it I was disappointed with the sound. Lots of people talk about disconnecting the middle speaker to improve the sound. I actually improved my sound by simply using the onboard 3-band EQ--I boosted the bass and treble, and scooped the mids. Now it sounds nice and boomy without that nasty "boombox" or speakerphone sound that came with the default settings, lacking any sort of a definition or kick drum that you can feel. I love the different drive modes, and the throttle response for each. For most applications, "normal" is perfectly fine. But "sport" is my favorite--the engine just roars and it's quick to respond to the accelerator pedal. Also the "slippery" drive mode is also great as you cannot over-rev your car and spin out--very nice. Now the bad things: There are holes in the fender liners of the front wheels. You can search the mustang7g forum for more information. Basically, it's a deliberate design decision that results in getting dirt, water, salt, gravel stuck inside the various cavities under your car. Without plugging these holes you risk permanent damage to the bottom of your brand-new car. As of now, it's pretty easy to fix by plugging the hole up, cost me $120 to get that done by my local mechanic. The clutch pedal is very smooth, but when double-clutching the pedal is too "smooth" when returning to the up position. I am missing the immediacy of the pedal's disengagement, like it worked on my old '07 Mustang. Maybe with time I will get adjusted to this new clutch. I am not a fan of the new parking brake. It feels weird to have a power windows switch instead of a big lever like we are all used to. When I park, I need to double-check that I in fact engaged it. Maybe it would make sense to have it automatically engage when shutting down the car--that would be pretty convenient. Maybe with future firmware updates.

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5 out of 5 stars

Mustang GT Premium High Performance

Michael, 10/09/2023
2024 Ford Mustang GT Premium 2dr Coupe (5.0L 8cyl 6M)
12 of 15 people found this review helpful

Great automobile. I've watched it on line since Ford announced it's pending release. Ordered mine at first opportunity. I wasn't disappointed.

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