Car and Driver wraps up its long term test of a 2017 Mustang GT350, on which they put 40k miles (starting from brand new).
This is how they summarized the experience: It’s easy to forgive a car’s shortcomings when it’s this good to drive. Is the GT350 the quickest Mustang ever? Not even close. The grippiest? Nope. The most visceral driving experience of them all? Absolutely. Even in regular Coyote V-8 form, today’s Mustang is a special car. But the Shelby GT350 has the Voodoo, and it is magical.
Read on inside for their full review and their magical experience with the GT350.
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