The Ford Mustang has received quite a bit of press over the last few years and it's for good reason: it's enjoying one of the biggest resurgences in popularity thanks to its modernized technology without compromising what made the Mustang such a great car in the first place. The latest version of this American classic continues to build on consumer hype and is offered as one of the best rides ever thanks to its powerful drivetrain, sophisticated suspension, and its ever-growing set of safety features that ensure drivers remain secure on the road.


The current version of the Mustang takes drivers back to the vehicle's heritage and, in comparison to the previous two years, even more of these cues have been revived. Hood-vented turn signals have made a return and this is being received with quite a bit of praise from vintage owners. Similarly, the vehicle can come with customized wheels and striping designs available in three distinct packages: The California Special, The Pony Pack, and The Black Accent Package.


With so many opportunities to individualize a Mustang, drivers are sometimes at a loss for whether or not the premium exterior finish will match the interior. Fortunately, this isn't an issue thanks to the better balance of detail in the 2017 model in comparison to more recent years. Inside, drivers will have the impression that the Mustang has taken some sort of aviator theme thanks to its very large and translucent instrument panels, but won't sacrifice on comfort as they may do on a budget airline. This is thanks to its exceptionally roomy cabin that offers a 20% increase in leg space in comparison to previous models and improved ergonomics as a whole.

Under the Hood

The 2017 Mustang is powered by a turbocharged inline-4 engine and this is a pretty hefty change in comparison to previous years. It delivers stronger performance than other vehicles in its class and its own previous inceptions. The engine is capable of a strong 435-horsepower that offers significantly reduced 0-6 times without sacrificing on its respectable mileage of 21 mpg city and 32 mpg highway.


The 2017 Mustang comes with a sticker price of $24,145.

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