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of the 2005 Ford Mustang. Base trim shown.
From the Cars.com Vehicle Test Team
- Classic looks
- Vastly refined handling
- Ergonomics improved
- GT's V-8 power
- Five-speed manual
- V-8 exhaust note
- V6 automatic disappointing
- No curtain airbag option
- Side mirrors don't fold
- No light, storage or cupholders in backseat
- Optional gauges too dim in sunlight
- Limited supply, premium pricing likely
- Most power for the money (GT)
- Super-high-performance all-season tires (GT)
- Five-speed manual or automatic
- Real aluminum trim option
- Selectable gauge-lighting option
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Great power and performance! Fun to drive!
Plenty of room in front seat...hard to get in/out backseat and little leg room. Awesome ride and comfort for driver. I am only 5'3"...seat raises so I have no troubles seeing out. My son is 6' and he ... Read full review
Very reliable car
I have owned this car for almost 10 years and it has been a great car over the years. I only had 1 problem with the alternator and needed to replace it. Other than that it has been a perfect car! I ... Read full review