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2013 Ford Mustang V6
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2010 Ford Mustang - Muscle car that I love

Sheryl
San Antonio, Texas
Overall
5.0
Value
4.0
Performance
5.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
3.0
Reliability
4.0
This car picks up speed like no other car I have ever had. I feel like I have total control over this car with the turns of curves and picking up speed...It grabs the ground and never lets go. The look of the car is sporty and for any age and very comfortable to drive. It's very fun to drive, it's a muscle car after all, you can feel the power, however the gas bill can also be a treat. I was looking for a fun car to drive and didn't care about paying a bit more for the gas because after all you only live once. It's very reliable not a lot of electronics therefore almost nothing can go wrong in that department. It has never given me any problems and I trust it to take me anywhere and get me home with no issues. Ford hit the mark with these cars. There was nothing bad about driving this ... (more)
Story
Riding around town with the convertible down with friends singing out loud and having guys flirt with us.
Pros
Great performance picks up speed great sporty style
Cons
I have nothing negative to say about this vehicle.

2002 Ford Mustang - Fun, cheap RWD for beginners.

Mustang Owner
Southfield, Michigan
Overall
4.0
Value
4.0
Performance
3.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
3.0
Fuel Economy
1.0
Reliability
5.0
I've always wanted the new edge styled sn-95s. Didn't care for the engine size. The styling is sharp and its gorgeous to look at so I had to get it. One of the reasons this car is popular is because its an entry level muscle car. You frankly don't have speed and all of the torque is past 2,500 rpm. The stock exhaust sounds like a tractor, and the mpg is pretty bad for a V6 but if you play you're cards right, these can become pros.
Story
Perfect snow midnight in Michigan. I had just got the car and was practicing throwing the back end out in the snow. I was having a blast until I found an empty park parking lot full of snow. I slowly drove in to get a feel for the ground but got stuck due to the snow height and the mustang being a RWD. I always keep a shovel on me so I dug myself out and in about 30mins, reversed all the way o... (more)
Pros
The ride is stiff and the back loves to shake slightly during turns. Kind of like its twerking. The power band saves this from being an issue. Not having instant power saves lives. All the young kids and older adults looking for a thrill could actually kill themselves, if the power band was rearranged. Luckily, the late power trains the driver for newer faster cars. The stock exhaust sounds like a tractor. Leave it stock and the sound is unique. This is cool because with the right headers and exhaust, you can trick the average person into thinking that it is a V8.
Cons
The "Live-rear axle" is what causes the back of this car to twerk after a turn. Its classic mustang territory but I still haven't learnt to love it yet. It feels weird rolling into turns because of this. The lack of torque means the engine has to shout before I go anywhere. There is no quiet quick overtaking. Maybe for a muscle car that's actually a good thing but the average person wouldn't care for the drama. Oh, and the mpg sucks! 15city 25ish freeway if you're lucky.