2016 Ford MustangChange Vehicle
Key Specs of the 2016 Ford Mustang
Mustang base trim shown
- Fastback styling
- Interior quality
- V-8 and turbo acceleration
- Optional Recaro seats not comfortable
- Curb weight
- Very tight backseat
- New Sync 3 multimedia system available
- Choice of three engines, including turbo four-cylinder
- Independent rear suspension
- Manual or automatic transmission
- Rear-wheel drive, limited-slip differential
- High-performance Shelby GT350, GT350R versions offered
Editor's note: This review was written in December 2014 about the 2015 Ford Mustang. Little of substance has changed with this year's model. To see what's new for 2016, click here, or check out a side-by-side comparison of the two model years.
Ford gets it right with the 2015 Mustang, thoroughly upgrading the historic muscle car inside and out while providing a welcome dose of the latest technology.
For 2015, Ford has completely redesigned its iconic pony car, an event that's happened only a handful of times in the car's 50-year history. This time, it's produced a visually trimmer, meaner sports car with a new mission: take the Mustang mystique to global markets.
Ford has sold the Mustang overseas before, but this new one — with its fully independent suspension, optional turbocharged four-cylinder engine and dramatically improved build quality — is made to challenge not only American competitors at home, but foreign coupes on foreign shores.
The 2015 model is a major redo compared with the outgoing 2014 (compare the two here), with new powertrains, a new interior, new technology and more. Yet a new Chevrolet Camaro is on the way and Dodge has just updated the 2015 Challenger. Is the new Mustang enough of an update to regain its status as king of the pony-car hill? I've driven two of the three powertrains available in the 2015 Mustang — the EcoBoost four-cylinder and the big V-8 (the V-6 has not yet been made available to sample... Read more
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Most perfect car i have owned.
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