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Wrecked 2010 Mustang GT on Test Drive, Five Star Safety Rating Tested


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The Five Star Safety Rating was given to the 2010 Ford Mustang GT for various safety features found on the car and here is one example of how three 19-year-olds tested out the rating first hand.  The story goes three 19-year-olds were given the keys to a 2010 Mustang GT to test drive.  Sometime during the test drive the driver crashed the brand new Mustang GT with one of the occupants being ejected from the car.  All three teens were not wearing their seat belts and somehow managed to survive the crash with minor bumps and bruises.  What's more amazing is how badly damaged the new Mustang GT is in the photos and all three teens walked away from the crash.   Most of the damage to the Mustang is concentrated toward the front end of the car and the cab is still pretty much intact.  This is definitely evidence the new Mustang and it's Five Star Safety Rating are well deserved.

When you look at the photos below check out the one with the MPH gauge and how it's stuck on 100 mph, were they going that fast when the car crashed. Check out all the photos below.

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  1. Wow! Those three 19 year olds obviously CANNOT handle a 315hp MUSCLE CAR.
    Thats pretty embarrassing: Three GUYS CANT HANDLE a MUSTANG GT. hhaha....they are sooo lame.
    I wish those three teenagers ended up like the car in the end.
    The mustangs should have been the ones who left with minor injuries.
    if you are reading this comment THREE TEENAGERS: you guys suck and should never drive another car again.
     
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  2. WOW that poor Mustang ..I cant believe the dealership would let 3 19 year old test drive the car with out a sales man in it ..Thats just crazy ...
     
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  3. Has this been verified???
     
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  4. Wow, John B., you are definetely one sick and disgusting individual to just notice that they can't handle the car, rather than makng it out alive. I hope you end up like whatever they than ran into...stupid bastard.
     
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  5. Wow... some of you are just plain psycho. Apparently you all were expert drivers at that age or when you first drove a muscle car? I bought my first Mustang when I was 17 and I had alot to learn, and I did a lot of stupid things with it in the process. Fortunately I never ended up getting in a wreck, but if I had it's funny to think that some psycho on the web would be ranting about how I deserved to die.
     
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  6. If anyone reading this article ACTUALLY believes that not 1, but THREE people can crash at 100+ mph, no seat belts, with one being thrown from the car, and suffer only, "bumps and bruises", then obviously the bastards at Ford know their target audience!
    People regularly die in accidents a THIRD the speed shown by the, shockingly, frozen speedometer.
    And read the article: "This is definitely evidence the new Mustang and it's Five Star Safety Rating are well deserved. "
     
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  7. #8 - you are correct. Only an idiot would believe that they were going this fast and only ended up with minor injuries ('walked away'). This did not happen in reality. The speedo photo is faked too, in case this is not obvious.
     
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  8. Anyone who believes this deserves to be in that car when it crashed. Look at the way its crumpled...where are their legs at when the seat was hit so hard by the incoming front of the car to the cabin that the seat actually gets pushed out the door? They managed to not only keep their legs connected to their body, but somehow did it with only bumps and bruises?
     
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  9. Don't even get me started on the person projectiled out of the car. A car going 100+ mph hitting a wall, throwing someone out of the car, will throw that person out at nearly the same force that the car was moving at, 100 mph (inertia). Nothing could survive being thrown 100 mph, at anything.
     
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  10. Don't even respond to this to argue. I know this story is complete BS, and so do you. If not, God have mercy on your pathetic existance. This would have been somewhat more believeable if at least one of them had at least one broken bone, especially the person thrown out. No amount of safety features in a car can protect a person outside of a car.
     
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  11. Now that's why I never consider buying a demo car.
     
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  12. i almost cried! when i saw this, the teenagers should go back to thier $500 riced up hondas that cant make 200hp and leave the beautiful mustangs alone! im only 14 and i would never dream of doing that.....
     
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  13. Good.
    Then it will definitely reduce the risk of accident.
     
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  14. Wow...I'm surprised that they survived, especially the one that was ejected. But I'm an avid Mustang enthusiasts and it is hard seeing these kind of pics.
     
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