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Test Drives2020 Ford Mustang GT: The V8 You Can’t Live Without4.5/5
Not so long ago, you could easily find a V8 under the hood of a large, midsize or even compact car. But now that fuel economy and CO2 emissions have become major concerns, automakers are developing vehicles with smaller-displacement engines instead. While today’s Ford Mustang is available with a four-cylinder …
First Drives2020 Ford Mustang Shelby GT500: Outrageous and Obedient5.0/5
LOS ANGELES, California— Those who worry about the Mustang since the launch of an electric variant shaped like a crossover need to know that the present and foreseeable future of their beloved pony car could hardly be in better hands. That’s what we found out a few hours before the …
Test Drives2019 Ford Mustang EcoBoost: The Sound of Reason3.5/5
When we daydream about owning a Ford Mustang, the soundtrack of our momentary escape from reality involves an octet of pistons singing in unison. Not a quartet. We might be misjudging people, but a Mustang without a V8 engine isn’t an object of desire, and more a compromise for what …
Test Drives2019 Ford Mustang BULLITT: Call Me Steve4.0/5
Although Ford is trying hard to convince us that a turbo four-cylinder Mustang is awesome, this sports car is much more delectable with a good ol’ V8. For those who believe they’ll lack originality by purchasing a Mustang GT, and who can’t swing a Shelby GT350, there’s the BULLITT. In …
First Drives2019 Ford Mustang Shelby GT350: I Will Never Change4.5/5
DETROIT (Michigan) – If you came here to read about autonomous, electric or sensible cars, you’re at the wrong place. We invite you to read other articles published by The Car Guide . What you have here is the 2019 Ford Mustang Shelby GT350, a car born from a desire …
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