Every so often inspiration strikes, and a cool idea for a car review pops into my head. This latest Great Idea involved two 2015 Mustangs back-to-back; the GT and Ecoboost. I was curious to see how much the engine changed the character of the car, and while the result was little surprise it was sure fun to wring ‘em…
I haven’t really been paying attention to all of Ford’s breathless emails about the new Mustang GT until today, when they sent a short, cryptic video. The video showed a simple, blinking amber light. Most people wouldn’t know or care about this light. But to true aficionados of the Tell-Tale, we can tell what it is:…
You don't need to spend Porsche prices to get a new car with a bit of pep. Forbes worked with Edmunds to put together this list of the ten quickest new cars for under $30,000.
The base Ford Mustang GT gets a price drop of $500 for the 2012 model year, bringing the 5.0 'stang's starting price down to $29,995. Full pricing and options list for the GT, GT500 and Boss 302 below.
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?
Steve Saleen's SMS has taken a crack at the new 5.0-liter Mustang with the naturally-aspirated, SMS 302 Mustang producing 440HP/400lb-ft of torque and the roots-supercharged 535HP/450lb-ft SMS 302SC Mustang. Of course there's a whopping-big spoiler and also the upcoming 351X.
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!
Mustangforums member "luckydawg003" wasn't so lucky when he took his remote starter-equipped, manual transmission Mustang GT to Brandon Ford in Florida for some service. They remote-started the car in gear and it ended up submerged in a holding pond.
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.
When we drove from Manhattan to Detroit's Woodward Dream Cruise, it got us thinking about the Holy Grail of American road trips: all the way across the country. It has to be done, but behind the wheel of what?
The 1985 Ford Mustang GT is a popular model, having the distinction of being the last year of the 5.0 HO V8 with a Holley 4-barrel carb. Imagine finding one with less than 100 miles on the odometer.