Ford Mustang GT

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Ford Mustang GT:

Now as ever, the Mustang provides terrific bang-for-your-buck performance and plenty of style. We prefer the V-8 Mustang GT and standard six-speed manual. The Premium model includes an 8.0-inch touchscreen with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, a leather-trimmed interior, heated and cooled front seats, and an upgraded audio system. We’d check that box and also opt for the GT Performance package, which includes Brembo brakes, 19-inch wheels wrapped in summer rubber, Torsen limited-slip differential, and unique chassis tuning. We’d add the active exhaust system for its sensational sounds and delete the awkward rear wing that’s included with the GT Performance package.

This latest Mustang generation brought with it a much-needed independent rear suspension, which replaced the archaic solid rear axle. The switch-up improves its handling and takes its ride quality into the 21st century. Even with the less powerful engines, the Mustang’s modernized chassis delivers a comfortable and controlled driving experience. For added sportiness, there is an optional Performance package for EcoBoost and GT models. The electrically assisted steering on our test car featured selectable modes (Normal, Sport, and Comfort). It’s appropriately light in Comfort mode and nicely weighted in the other two. The Mustang’s brake pedal had a firm feel that was touchy in stop-and-go traffic; it’s easier to apply smoothly at higher speeds.

The Mustang and its competitors even have (gasp!) fuel-efficient four-cylinder engines. While the Ford V-8 has competitive EPA estimates and real-world fuel economy, the Mustang’s four-cylinder woefully underperformed in our highway test. In our testing, the four-cylinder with the six-speed manual returned 24 mpg, a whopping 7 mpg fewer than its EPA rating. The V-8 with the 10-speed automatic saw 24 mpg in our hands, just 1 mpg off of its EPA number.

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