An acknowledged icon among American sports cars, the Mustang continues to generate a lot of buzz among the media and enthusiasts. Our tests show this version of the Mustang is a major upgrade over the previous model in terms of style, comfort, and performance. With this redesign, Ford reached into the vehicle's early history for styling influences, as the interior and exterior are reminiscent of early Mustangs.
We tested a GT coupe with a 300-hp, 4.6-liter V8 and a five-speed manual transmission. The base model has a 210-hp, 4.0-liter V6 with a five-speed manual or an optional five-speed automatic. Despite the use of a solid rear axle the Mustang is agile and capable, but the ride is stiff and jostling at low speeds. As is typical of many coupes, rear seating is tight and rear access is difficult. Overall, the Mustang remains true to its formula as a quick, stylish and affordable car. Side airbags are standard.
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