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

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

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