Ford has kept the current Mustang fresh through regular styling, engineering and feature updates, the model has lost market share to its natural arch rival there exists a rabidly loyal fan base for the Mustang, one that has grown in size and intensity.
The current version of the Ford Mustang is surprisingly safe. The least impressive crash-test metric for either body style relates to a 3-star side-impact protection rating for the coupe. Otherwise, the old Mustang achieves four stars, an Acceptable rating or better in every evaluation conducted by the National Highway Traffic Safety.
Ford Mustang improves on this list by offering a reversing camera, a blind spot monitoring system with rear cross-traffic alert and an adaptive cruise control system with forward collision warning. Add modern structural engineering and the new Mustang is likely to prove itself even more capable when official crash tests are conducted.
When you take a look at the Mustang’s reliability track record, your impressions are colored by the source of information you use. The Mustang has long been a quality and dependability leader in its class, having won multiple awards over the years. If you scan Consumer Reports, you’ll find that models with a V6 engine rate an average score, while V8 models prove more troublesome.
The reliability ratings could head north or south, depending on how you measure things. Given a newfound emphasis on quality and materials, coupled with improvements to existing powertrains.
Mustang is expected to arrive in showrooms, Delhi Ford is already offering lease, finance and rebate programs for the current Mustang.
Mustang is equipped with a standard Intelligent Key passive entry system with push-button starting and a tire pressure monitoring system that takes separate readings at each wheel. The new Mustang will also offer dual-zone automatic climate control, driver-selected steering and powertrain driving modes.