After four decades on the market, Ford's sportiest model — the last traditional rear-wheel-drive "pony car" — entered a new generation for 2005. Styling cues are borrowed from Mustangs of the 1960s, and Ford calls the new Mustang "more modern, more livable and safer," and says it... Read Full Report
If you think the newest generation of the Ford Mustang coupe is great, you've gotta love the convertible. Two models are offered - the V-6, with a base price of $24,660, and the V-8 powered GT, starting at $30,685 (both prices include freight). Granted, the convertibles are a bit pricier than the coupes, which start under $20,000. But for those who can afford the extra dough, the ragtops a... Read full review for the 2006 Ford Mustang
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So you decide you want to get a new ride. There's so many choices out there...what do you pick? If your like me (an admitted car geek/enthusiast) not just any car will do. You want something sporty, g... Read Full Review
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