The 2011 Ford Mustang V6 puts out 305 horsepower stock, making it a a true performance bargain. But is it tunable? Watch this 12-second V6 pony scream out "yes" in a warm-up burnout.
Ford has issued a technical service bulletin for six-speed manual-equipped 2011 Ford Mustang GTs built before 4/25/2010. Seems at high engine RPM, the clutch pedal might not return from the floor after a shift. Save the manuals?
Some publications do burnouts with V6-engined Mustangs. Not that there's anything wrong with that, but we're not like those kind of publications. Instead, we've got this — the first burnout of a 2011 Ford Mustang GT. The 5.0 is back!
Prices for the engine-upgraded 2011 Ford Mustang have mysteriously found their way to the Internet. Starting prices for V6 and GT models are up to $22,995 and $30,495 — a price jump of $750 and $1,250 respectively.
This is the first photo of the 5.0-liter all-aluminum beatin' heart of the 2011 Ford Mustang GT that'll pump at a rockin' 412 HP and 390 lb-ft of torque. Merry Christmas. More below.
The new 2011 Ford Mustang is putting the Camaro on notice with two new transmissions and a new all-aluminum 3.7-liter Duratec V6 making 305 HP and returning 30 MPG. Are you ready for the Pony Car Wars?
Sneaky dealers have already gleaned more details from order screens on what (and when) to expect from the 2011 Ford Mustang. So far we've learned of the return of the California Special, an SVT performance package and more below.