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by Mustang Matthew from Cincinnati, Ohio | June 15, 2014
Being that i have several friends at ford, I got the luck of driving the new 2015 Mustang fastback with a V6 months before they are set to hit the road. Considering I currently own a 2013 mustang with a V6, I figured I would not purchase this model year, but once I just sat in the driver seat it changed my mind entirely. The interior was the first thing that hit me. The quality of the materials used is second to none. Many of the materials on the 2013-14 year models felt very cheap. The next thing I noticed is that every last nut and bolt is placed with the driver in mind! For example, the amount of metal on the steering wheel has been reduced so it will not effect you when the wheel is to hot or to cold. Once I put on my seat belt and held the steering wheel it felt as if I had been driving this car for years. The seats are much more comfortable and don't have a "Plasticy" cheap feel to them as the older model years did. Let me quickly touch on the amount of features this car has STOCK. Ford has included many options that you once had to pay extra for. But my favorite new feature besides the key-less entry and push button start has to be the paddle sifters. They make this car truly feel more like a sports car, but DON'T WORRY this is still more then anything a classic RWD 305+ (V8 420+) horse power muscle car. Lastly let me say a few words about the exterior. If you don't like being different , this car is NOT for you. The styling, which i love, is not for everyone. That said it comes in many new shades including a bright yellow and a dark green. I hope my few words helped to inform you on this out standing car! Best wishing in purchasing one! -Mustang Matthew
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