Most people are gonna dislike this new design but like the 18' refresh we will all soon come to terms with liking it. I think I will probably get a 2029-2030 model and make my 19' a track car when the time comes. I drive about 4k a year on my 19 so at 45k miles it'll be bout time for a new one 🤣
I think I might hold onto my 19gt. I put on about 4k miles a year and while this new mustang is exciting it's not gonna make me change cars for similar performance and with mine being paid off already. I got mine at 28k before covid and the shortage and I couldn't see myself spending 45k on...
Late to the party but I pulled the trigger and I must say it definitely turns heads. I know this is more expensive than the ebay knock off but it lines right up with the existing holes on my base GT lip spoiler and included studs and bolts for installation, and required no self alignment when...
2019 GT with 3.15 gears. Avg 16.9 mpg with letting it warm up 10 minutes and driving in sport mode. But when I wanna cruise I can Avg 29 mpg on the highway at 70 mph. Not to bad gets better gas mileage than my Bronco
I got them.. They are a nice touch and include the instructions in the box. Bumper off is required, and it's for the most part as simple as removing the oem units and putting in the Diode ones. With the right tools and taking your time. 2 hours I'd say.
If you warm up your car Alot or just idle the car for extended periods of time that will affect your reading. I usually reset mine if I'm doing a trip so that I can see the average I'm doing on the fill ups on the drive
I get all my gas from Sam's Club using 93. It's about 20-40 cents cheaper per gallon and I don't DD my stang so I make it work. If I'm a little low I usually throw 10$ of 89 in there never going below 1/3 a tank. Id avoid 87, I feel like it's an "drive normal" or "emergency" fuel at best.