2010 Ford Mustang Reviews – More Powerful, Better Handling And More Comfort

August 2, 2009 by admin  
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Ford Mustang 2010

2010 Ford Mustang Reviews. Ford Mustang is one of the world’s most beloved automotive and cultural icons. This car is an America’s favorite muscle car for 45 years straight after the first car made its introduction in 1964. The New Mustangs 2010 has revamped much – hits the streets with a new exterior design; new world-class interior featuring well-crafted materials and updated technology; and a V8 with even more horsepower and an even throatier signature Ford Mustang exhaust sound. Until now Ford Mustang is one of the best sports cars in America.

The 2010 Ford Mustang is not a wholly new sports car, but rather a subtly improved version of the existing model. The exterior styling has been cleaned up made a little more aggressive, while maintaining a close link to the mustangs of the 1968-1969 era that inspired the whole design.

The 2010 Ford Mustang body has designed with new styling. This time with integrated multi-element headlamps replacing the twin round lamps of past Mustangs, a power-dome hood that droops over the grille at its leading edge, completely new side sculpting. At the back, this 2010 Ford Mustang features its tail lamps proudly on an outgoing surface. The new shape pays dividends in fuel economy and aerodynamic stability, while the details add to its attractiveness. In a slick bit of showmanship, leading into the tail, the rear fender features a distinct kick up that is much stronger and more powerful-looking than the outgoing model.

Ford Mustang Interior

The 2010 Ford Mustang is the popular pony package interior upgrade for sports car lovers who desire to doll up the interior of their new mustang bulitt door lock soldiers, bulitt pedals, cobra 4 way head restraint and a mustang gt leather shift knob. The Mustang’s interior looks like to its predecessor’s, but each dash, seat and console surface has been redesigned and formed of best-quality materials. The instrument panel top, no longer made of solid plastic, is currently integrated with the rest of the dashboard, improving quality and cutting assembly complexity and expenses. Front seating is a bit tighter than other sporty coupes, and since the Mustang is a 2+2, the rear seats are still very snug and not suitable for adults. As before, the Mustang is available either as a coupe or as a convertible, with a power-folding soft top.

The 2010 Ford Mustang is much quieter than the old car, with improvements in wind noise, road noise, mirror noise and power-train noise. The radio antenna is moved to the rear to eliminate noise, the wiper design is changed modified to flatter blades that don’t create as much noise, the washer nozzles are inside the hood, and the mirrors are redesigned. Inside, there is more mastic, a better grade of carpeting, a sound- absorbing headliner material, and there is much more noise insulation in the body.

The 2010 Mustang is offered in four basic configurations: V-6, V-6 Premium, GT, and GT Premium. The new Mustang is powered by the 4.0-liter, 210-horsepower V-6 is good, but is no equal for the revised 315-horsepower 4.6- liter V8 GT, which produces 325 pounds-feet of torque and adds 15 hp due to a cold-air induction system. All models are equipped with a choice of five-speed manual or automatic transmissions. The 2010 Mustang has slightly improved fuel economy with 16-18 mpg in the city and 23-26 mpg on the highway, and competes with other muscle cars – the Dodge Challenger and Chevy Camaro.

2010 Ford Mustang

The Standard features on this New Mustang consists of a tilt steering wheel, cruise control, air conditioning, a CD audio system that is MP3 compatible, split-folding rear seat, and power windows. Content builds from here up through the following trim levels: SE, Sport, and SEL. At the top is the GT Premium model with leather seats, power everything, SYNC, and aluminum wheels ranging from base 17-inch aluminum wheels to optional 19-inch rims on the GT. Given the Mustang’s performance edge, higher-performance axles are provided, including a 3.55:1 ratio.

The 2010 FordĀ  Mustang also delivers on safety with a standard complement of features, including ABS, traction control, electronic stability control, tire-pressure monitoring system, remote key-less entry, and four airbags. Optional safety-directed features include the rear-view camera, along with 911 Assist for vehicles with SYNC. This 2010 Ford Mustang is one of few vehicles to get five-star ratings from the federal government, across the board, even for rollover resistance.

The New Mustang V-6 coupe is offered starting at $20,995, and the V-6 convertible at $25,995. Pricing for the Mustangs GT V-8 coupe starts at $27,995, with the GT V-8 convertible at $32,995. (Manufacturer’s Suggested Retail Prices do not include $850 destination charges.) Options include the five-speed automatic transmission ($995), the glass roof option ($1995), a navigation package ($2195).

If you like the 2010 Ford Mustang, also consider:

* Dodge Challenger
* Chevrolet Camaro
* Nissan 370Z

View the 2010 Ford Mustang pictures

Ford Mustang Pictures

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