Measured owner satisfaction with 2010 Ford Mustang after 90-days of ownership.
Quality of the interior materials
Owners Don't Like
The problems experienced by owners of the 2010 Ford Mustang during the first 90-days of ownership.
Comfort of the 2nd row seats
Interior storage spaces
Vehicle's handling on curves
14 - 18
22 - 26
210 - 540
5 speed, Manual, 6 speed, Manual
Gas V6, Gas V8, Supercharged Gas V8
Rear wheel drive
2010 Ford Mustang Review
You hear the growl rumbling ever closer like a brewing storm. Suddenly the new 2010 Mustang bolts into view. The sweeping beltline kicked-up haunches pronounced curves chiseled arches power dome hood and even the hidden washer-fluid jets make for a cleaner leaner machine. Jump into either the V6 or the GT and drop the clutch and do it up. With the addition of cold-air induction to the GT’s recalibrated V8 output jumps to 315 and the redline bumps to 6000. There’s a throatier roar to match – wider dual-exhaust tips shout it out. For extra emphasis that signature V8 rumble is specially piped directly into the cabin. Suspension components – including springs stabilizer bars struts shocks control arms brakes and steering – are fine-tuned for a more engaging and balanced GT experience. Or take it even farther with the Shelby GT 500. This cockpit is an all-new blend of world-class craftsmanship premium materials and the latest technology. A seamless soft touch skin wraps the one-piece instrument panel. The floor console now runs in a smooth flat arc for consummate shifting while the shifter itself is a perfect fit for the palm of your hand. Voice-activated Ford SYNC is available. And restyled bolstered seating is expertly detailed right down to the stitching. The new 2010 Ford Mustang. Your soul enticed. Your heart stolen.
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J.D. Power Award Winner
Quality Award Winner
Awarded to the brands/models with the fewest problems reported per 100 owners during the first 90 days of ownership