To see this Mustang generation go will be an utter stupidity. It is highly rare to find a road trip-capable commuter that can be purchased at a cheaper price. The interior is indeed poorly furnished for 2013 version, and the Recaros are placed too high. However, what shades the interior malfunctions and makes this Ford grand is its V8 tuning gas engine which delivers up to 420 horsepower.
Mustangs are greatly present, but if you are a Ford Mustang enthusiast, you can have you model optioned and accessorized; however, it will cost you at least $30k.
The engine might is impeccable, whereas the steering is a little bit heavy. The bright side is that there are three offered settings for adjustment of the weight. If traction/stability control is shut down, then the heavy “sport” version is activated.
The car drives on 19-inch wheels and has amazing taillights. Moreover, it has a beautifully manageable traction control.
Interior-wise, there are no remarkable comments. The seats are priced $1, 600, the entire package goes for somewhere around $40 k, which is extremely cheaper that purchasing the whole packet from an aftermarket.
The styling is classy and the drive is excellent. Even during torrential rain, it functions impeccably.
Buying the 2014 Ford Mustang would definitely get your money`s worth. It even overlooks the Subaru BRZ and GT500.
Base Price: $31,500
As-Tested Price: $37,525
Drivetrain: 5.0-liter V8; RWD, six-speed manual
Output: 420 hp @ 6,500 rpm, 390 lb-ft @ 4,250 rpm
Curb Weight: 3,618 lb
Fuel Economy (EPA City/Highway/Combined): 15/26/19 mpg
AW Observed Fuel Economy: 15.9 mpg