Last reviewed: April 2011
One of the high points of this iconic sports car is the strong, rumbling V8 engine that propels our GT coupe and convertible
test cars. It delivers scorching acceleration, a great exhaust sound, and good fuel economy for this class. For 2011, the
Mustang received a refined, punchy V6, which provides strong acceleration and a decent 24 mpg overall with a manual transmission.
But there's now more to the Mustang than power. Agile handling, a decent ride, comfortable front seats, and very good fit
and finish make this thoroughly modern version a reasonable choice for daily driving. A tight rear seat limits passenger versatility,
$28,880 to $43,880.