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Ford Mustang 2010

Ford Adds 1.9 Million Vehicles to Takata Recall

By Jennifer Newman on June 1, 2016

CARS.COM — Ford is recalling eight models from its Ford, Lincoln and Mercury brands as part of the Takata recall expansion that was announced in May 2016 by the National Highway Traffic Sa... Read More
Mother Proof's view

By Sherrice Gilsbach on May 12, 2010

I figured the 2010 Ford Mustang would be a fun car to drive, but this muscle car exceeded my expectations. With its redesign, the Mustang looks more modern than its predecessor, and I appreciated a... Read More's view

By G. Chambers Williams III on October 22, 2009

Forty-five years old and still going, the pony car is as compelling as ever, and there seems to be no midlife crisis.The newest generation of arguably the most-fun Ford car ever, the venerable Must... Read More's view

By Tom Strongman on September 18, 2009

The Mustang is an icon, and Ford has sold 9 million.The "pony car" name originated with the Mustang. In the late 1960s and early 1970s, there was a lot of competition, both on the racetrack and in ... Read More's view

By Warren Brown on August 30, 2009

NEW YORK -- Fantasy is a holistic thing. It requires serendipitously cooperative elements to be believed, enjoyed and remembered. Consider the matter of driving convertibles. By their very nature, ... Read More's view

By Jim Mateja on August 16, 2009

Chevy Camaro made its long-awaited return for the 2010 model year, prompting Ford to tweak Mustang. Who says you can't teach a 45-year-old pony new tricks?Mustang, last redone for the 2005 mod... Read More
Orlando Sentinel's view

By Steven Cole Smith on July 26, 2009

Ford caught its competitors flat-footed with the introduction of the retro-styled 2005 Mustang, which was an immediate hit and reinvigorated the sagging "pony car" market. The Mustang's succes... Read More
Our view: 2010 Ford Mustang

By Kelsey Mays on May 7, 2009

It's a bit odd that Detroit's healthiest automaker makes Detroit's least appealing muscle car. That said, the 2010 Ford Mustang isn't all that bad. Restyled inside and out, it boa... Read More
The Detroit Newspapers's view

By Scott Burgess on April 2, 2009

In the beginning, Lee Iacocca created the Mustang.But the concept was without form, and void.And Iacocca said, let there be lights, round headlights and rectangular tail lamps. Let there be a big o... Read More