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2009 Ford Mustang - Review

 

In the fiercely competitive automotive market, the very existence of the Ford Mustang is a testament to its tenacity. The dictates of Darwinian development tell us that the car is fit because it has survived through at least four wars (or major quasi-war actions), eight Presidents of the United States, twelve Olympic Games and outlived two of its main rivals - the Chevrolet Camaro and the Dodge Challenger - despite their recent rebirth. And after spending a week in the latest panoramic-glass-roofed, snarling V8, premium-trimmed iteration of the original pony car, it’s easy to see why. This is a fun car.

Unfortunately, once you get past the fun, there’s not a whole lot left to enjoy. Like that Austrian girl you met one summer about a decade ago, the Mustang sure is pretty, but it lacks substance. Those are the perfect credentials for a summer fling, but when signing on for a 36, 48 or 60-month haul, you want something more than infatuation - you want love. The Mustang is,...
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Specs: Select a Trim

Style MSRP Invoice MPG City MPG Hwy
2-Door Convertible (3)
2-Door Convertible Specs $25,255 $23,220 17 26
Premium Specs $27,345 $25,100 17 26
Shelby GT500 Specs $47,950 $43,166 14 20
2-Door Convertible GT (2)
2-Door Convertible GT Specs $32,035 $29,321 15 23
Premium Specs $33,985 $31,077 15 23
2-Door Coupe (3)
2-Door Coupe Specs $20,430 $18,877 17 26
Premium Specs $22,520 $20,758 17 26
Shelby GT500 Specs $43,125 $38,872 14 20
2-Door Coupe GT (2)
2-Door Coupe GT Specs $27,210 $24,979 15 23
Premium Specs $29,160 $26,734 15 23
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