2015 Ford Mustang

2015 Ford Mustang review – Price: $24,625 – $46,995, This is one of the most searched on google and also the iconic Mustang with its classic pony-car looks and hunkered-down stance—preserves a legacy that defines American motoring. A 300hp 3.7-liter V-6, a 310hp 2.3-liter turbo four-cylinder, and a 435-hp 5.0-liter V-8 are all offered with a six-speed manual or six-speed automatic. An independent rear suspension improves its ride and offers better cornering. In either coupe/convertible form, the Mustang appeals without compromising its heritage. and 2015 ford mustang GT is type of mustang most searched in the world.

In fact, the new Mustang GT is a solid citizen of this era, partly because the 6-speed automatic transmission is really so good as to be nearly transparent, and also partly because Ford has built a car around the lazy-left-foot gearbox that is not trying to be excessively sporty. The GT is powerful and fast, but a bit more mellow and refined in this, the new Mustang’s initial V-8 iteration. We already know of three more hot Mustangs coming, the Shelby GT350, GT350R, and, in all likelihood, a fresh ford shelby gt500, the related post in here. These will grind the Mustang to a harder edge, therefore this big-hearted cruiser is for people who do not want their finger in the socket for every mile.

The price starts at $32,925 with a stick, but for the auto you must check an $1195 option box that also brings steering-wheel paddles and remote start. Do that and you’re locked out of the GT Performance Pack, a $2495 slew of goodies that includes Brembo brakes, 19-inch rims wrapped in summer tires, and a 3.73:1 Torsen limited-slip differential. You can option 19s and a 3.55:1 rear end separately but not the full shot. So Ford is not positioning the slusher for street racers who just do not want to shift. It is for people wanting V-8 power but more luxury than go-fast gear. The automatic is option price remains consistent up through the GT’s Premium and 50th Anniversary trim levels. However, the limited-edition latter model was the only way to get the automatic with the Performance Pack.

Highs and Lows
As quick and aurally satisfying as the stick, snazzy tech, refined and comfortable base suspension.

Refined and comfortable base suspension—and all-season rubber—limits ultimate fun.

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