The way they wrote that is going to mislead many readers into thinking the RSD is a stand-alone option, which it isn't.R&T said:Like other Mustangs, this is a big car, and at 4059 lbs, it’s one of the heaviest cars in this test despite the lightweight wheels and optional rear-seat delete.
I agree wholeheartedly. And congrats to the GT500....The way they wrote that is going to mislead many readers into thinking the RSD is a stand-alone option, which it isn't.
Ford should make it an option just as CFTP owners should be given the choice to have rear seats if they want them. Ford, time to let your focus group failures go and give the people what they want. It shouldn't be this difficult with everything you make.
I felt the exact same way last year, but I looked a little closer at the Veloster N helping my son find a daily drivable car with an HPDE warranty and that is one hell of a track car for the money. He bought a turbo 4 1le instead. It's amazing the laptime performance you can get for around $30K these days.This is pretty nice win until you look at last years winner.....Not sure it means anything other than a way to sell magazines/subscriptions/clicks......