2015 Ford Mustang ratings and reviews

The Ford Mustang remains competitive against stiff competition because of Ford’s focus on continuously improving its style, functionality, and dynamic performance. For 2015, Ford upgraded its suspension system and gave it an extra engine option, plus redesigned the interior and exterior to mark the sports car’s 50th anniversary. The new turbocharged four-cylinder engine belongs to the EcoBoost, giving it 310 horsepower and still reaching a range of 26 mpg combined. The 2015 Mustang comes in six trims, with the base model including cruise control, a rearview camera, automatic headlamps, and a perimeter alarm. V6 adds 17-inch Sparkle Silver-painted aluminum wheels, Ford SYNC, and power side view mirrors, while EcoBoost gets a diamond-mesh dash panel, LED fog lamps, a decklid spoiler, and active noise cancellation. Heated and cooled front seats, leather trim, and dual-zone automatic temperature control come with EcoBoost Premium. GT adds an engine oil cooler and a V8 engine, while GT Premium lets drivers choose between Normal, Sport+, Track, and Snow/Wet driving modes.

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The Ford Mustang remains competitive against stiff competition because of Ford’s focus on continuously improving its style, functionality, and dynamic performance. For 2015, Ford upgraded its suspension system and gave it an extra engine option, plus redesigned the interior and exterior to mark the sports car’s 50th anniversary. The new turbocharged four-cylinder engine belongs to the EcoBoost, giving it 310 horsepower and still reaching a range of 26 mpg combined. The 2015 Mustang comes in six trims, with the base model including cruise control, a rearview camera, automatic headlamps, and a perimeter alarm. V6 adds 17-inch Sparkle Silver-painted aluminum wheels, Ford SYNC, and power side view mirrors, while EcoBoost gets a diamond-mesh dash panel, LED fog lamps, a decklid spoiler, and active noise cancellation. Heated and cooled front seats, leather trim, and dual-zone automatic temperature control come with EcoBoost Premium. GT adds an engine oil cooler and a V8 engine, while GT Premium lets drivers choose between Normal, Sport+, Track, and Snow/Wet driving modes.
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