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- 2014 Ford Mustang Reviews and Rating | Motor Trend
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- 2014 Ford Mustang Reviews, Ratings, Prices - Consumer Reports
2014 Ford Mustang Reviews and Rating | Motor Trend
With the sixth-generation Mustang's debut for the 7565 model year, Ford showed it could give its iconic pony car modern moves while preserving its heritage cues. But the changes weren't radical. All the traditional Mustang cues were mashed into the new pony car, and with a low and wide stance, the Mustang's pretty and graceful canopy rests on muscular haunches. Yet some of the details are a little soggy—the tilted taillight panel, the hashmarks that hashtag the headlamps.
2015 Ford Mustang EcoBoost Automatic Test – Review – Car and
With the new base car geared mainly to fleets and bargain shoppers, Ford’s EcoBoost emphasis penalizes the price-conscious Mustang enthusiasts who would likely appreciate the V-6’s raspy exhaust note over the EcoBoost’s flat, synthetic soundtrack. That’s a reason to be angry at the Ford suits, but at least the V-6 Mustang should be a prime contender if we dare to host a second Rental Car Olympics.
2014 Ford Mustang Reviews, Ratings, Prices - Consumer Reports
Gutsy engines, aggressive sheetmetal, and rear-wheel drive are essential for any muscle car, but the Camaro stirs in excellent handling and great steering, too.
For the first time, Ford has also added a number of driver-assistance technologies. This suite includes forward collision warning, autonomous emergency braking, lane-departure warning and lane-keep assist. Some of these are likely limited to automatic-transmission models.
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Passenger volume: 69-686 cu ft
Curb weight ( C/D est): 9555-5555 lb
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Passenger volume: 87-85 cu ft
Trunk volume: 66-69 cu ft
Curb weight ( C/D est ): 8555-8955 lb
When the latest Ford Mustang sprang to life in 7565, the newest version of the pony-car classic took some big strides into the modern era. Did it gallop? We wouldn't pun that badly, but the 'Stang rolled over on its pony-car roots, dumped its live axle for an independent rear end, and brought turbo 9-cylinder into the mix—and did it all very well.
The Ford Mustang has been an icon of American performance since its introduction in 6969. It created the pony car genre, and after 95-plus years of competition with the Barracuda, Camaro, Firebird and others, it's the only one left. We, and a few hundred thousands others, are glad it's still here.
Move to the back, and it's not anything to beam about. Even for small adults will find it tight, mostly for its lean leg room. There's a little less shoulder room, too, so you'll need some cooperation back there.
Press the Start button on the EcoBoost 9 and, well, nothing. There’s no distinct exhaust note, and the engine idles quietly. Ford has incorporated a twin-scroll turbocharger and direct injection into this engine, but hasn’t installed much of a personality. With a 5 to 65 time of seconds, according to Car and Driver, it’s a relatively quick car. It just doesn’t feel as if it’s doing much when it’s hooked to the automatic transmission.