Don't try and derail this thread If you want to bitch about Mustang go to this threadWeight is the Mustangs worst characteristic, more is not better in this case.
I have zero interest in a 4200 lb mustang.
Ford really needs to get with the program on weight on this ancient platform. It is just amazing how much fun it is to throw around a 3060lb car (GTI) vs 3500 or 3700 Mustang. It's pathetic that the Focus RS (3400) weighs so much.I have zero interest in a 4200 lb mustang.
Nothing. If I needed a rental in a temperate, scenic area I'd rent a Mustang convertible; if the foo shits wear it.Yeah, whats wrong with that? I said when I was on vacation, they are a blast to drive, I am middle aged. I wouldn't waste the money on one to own it but they are fun to drive on vaca.
disingenuous and the writer knows it ...Well, here's Automobile's Design Critic on the C8:
"I am deeply sorry to be severely disappointed by the styling of the C8. I hoped for something really new and exciting, not a boringly generic supercar, mostly indistinguishable from the many and varied unimaginative devices that show up regularly at the Geneva auto show. Its styling is confused. Downright messy, in fact. I count a dozen horizontal lines, not to mention four convoluted taillights, four nice rectangular exhaust tips, plus varied slots, vents, grilles, indented surfaces, and wing elements... just across the rear fascia. The front is no better, and the profile with its short, stumpy nose is equally surprising. Maybe it's all meant to look purposeful, but to me it seems just a careless, cluttered, graphic composition, not worthy of Corvette history and what we expect of this technically brilliant descendant of the elegant, Jaguar-inspired original C1 from 1953. I have no doubt this will be a very good car, with truly world-class performance coupled with American-style daily usefulness and (probably) easy servicing - dry-sump engines are not typical dealer shop fare. But I'd have liked to see some traces of the Astrovette or the four-rotor mid-engine concept from the Bill Mitchell era."
... via http://www.autoextremist.com/on-the-table1/
That or unreliability are the only things that will keep from ordering a 2021. I test drove several 2018 and 2019 Mustang autos trying to like them but never could. They aren't DCTs but close enough. Need to keep trying or decide to put up with it.Personally, I really like the C8. There's 1 thing that (probably) will keep me from owning 1 - lack of a manual transmission. Yes, I know DCTs are faster and pretty much all of their competition is DCT only. To me sports car = manual. Yes, I'm old.
Don't be a bitch .. he's entitled to his opinion.Don't try and derail this thread If you want to bitch about Mustang go to this thread
Or go to c6g.
You sir are the troll you do nothing but bash on Camaros.. there is a lot of us that like many different makes and car models .not just Mustang exclusive.I have done more to my EcoBoost Mustang that I had and my Mustang that I have currently..then you probably ever will to your Mustang .just stop being so negative against people that have different cars. No need being insecure..enjoyTrolls like you and him will always be loud and disruptive hopefully the mods will soon ban you camaro trolls
He says "I hoped for something really new and exciting, not a boringly generic supercar, mostly indistinguishable from the many and varied unimaginative devices that show up regularly at the Geneva auto show"disingenuous and the writer knows it ...
theres a reason why the $200k+ cars look different than the $60k cars...