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2017 Ford Mustang
2017 ford mustang
2017 Ford Mustang

2017 Ford Mustang

MSRP
$25,185 - $54,845
FUEL ECONOMY (CITY/HWY)
14-21 / 21-30 mpg
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Available in a wide variety of models and backed by 52 years of heritage, it's easy to understand the 2017 Ford Mustang's appeal. But make no mistake in thinking this is a bare-bones muscle car of yore. The Mustang has evolved quite a bit over the years, and this newest generation, which debuted two years ago, can give even European luxury cars a See more

2017 Ford Mustang

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2017 Ford Mustang

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U.S. News & World Report - Cars

2017 Ford Mustang: What You Need to Know

The 2017 Ford Mustang has the kind of power, handling, and ride that will have you chomping at the bit to get behind the wheel. The Mustang has a herd of different models to choose from, in both fastback (coupe) and convertible body styles. Engines range from a fuel-sipping four-cylinder to a V8 in the GT models that has thoroughbred-like speed. The Mustang’s starting price is low for a sports car, but to get the high-performance models, you’ll have to pony up more than $60,000. Overall, however, the Mustang is fairly inexpensive for a sports car, with the convertible starting at $30,145. Every Mustang model has a long list of standard features, making it easy to find one that fits your budget. The Mustang has great safety ratings, and a predicted reliability score that’s higher than average, but it’s not the most practical muscle car you can buy. Its back seat is cramped, and the Dodge Challenger has a larger trunk. For buyers who want a sports car that they can tailor for their lifestyle and budget, however, the Mustang is tough to beat.
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2017 Ford Mustang REVIEW

Available in a wide variety of models and backed by 52 years of heritage, it's easy to understand the 2017 Ford Mustang's appeal. But make no mistake in thinking this is a bare-bones muscle car of yore. The Mustang has evolved quite a bit over the years, and this newest generation, which debuted two years ago, can give even European luxury cars a run for their money. Of course, a key component of the Mustang's appeal is what you get under the hood. We think the Mustang GT's V8 is the way to go given its impressive smoothness and 435 ponies. But even if you stick with the more affordable V6 or the turbocharged four-cylinder, the Mustang delivers respectable power and fuel economy. Inside, the cabin is nicely trimmed, and you can get the Mustang with Ford's latest Sync 3 touchscreen interface (introduced last year), which is a big improvement over the prior MyFord Touch system. There are, of course, several competitors that give the Mustang a run for its money. The Chevrolet Camaro has been recently redesigned, gaining more powerful engines, refreshed styling, a new interior design and lots of its own technological refinement. While choosing between the two cars may come down to some brand loyalty, we definitely recommend test-driving both cars before making a purchase decision. It's also worth considering the Dodge Challenger, which is less adept around tight turns than either the Camaro or Mustang but has a better ride on the highway and more space for passengers and luggage. If you're thinking outside the muscle car box, you may also consider a few European two-doors like the Audi TT or BMW 2 Series. It says a lot that you might even consider cross-shopping a Mustang with a BMW. But in the last few years, the bar has been raised for muscle cars and coupes alike, and the Mustang definitely clears that bar with ease. The 2017 Ford Mustang's technological advancements, excellent engines and fun factor all keep it at the front of the coupe/convertible class. Whether you're new to Mustangs and muscle cars altogether or you're a seasoned veteran, this pony car is worth a look.
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