Doesn’t matter for what reasons, but if you have decided to purchase a used vehicle, the Ford Mustang should be in your consideration. The sixth-generation Mustang could be the right option, but you should know you can take it out of Michigan, but taking Michigan out of it can be difficult.
It has been in the market for a few years now, and it has got us thinking about whether this great vehicle from the American brand is a better option as a used car than the Audi TT or Mercedes-Benz C-Class.
The scale of the vehicle is vast and its style still gives you some vibes of the previous generation vehicles that vary greatly. You would have different options, you can get a soft-top convertible or a fastback coupé, and you can get the 408bhp 5.0-liter V8 or the 311bhp 2.3-liter turbocharged four-cylinder petrol engine. The six-speed manual gearbox comes as standard, but there is also an option of two automatic versions, a six-speed box comes with the early models, where the 10-speed unit comes with the post-2018 models. The standard models also contain dual-zone climate control, a limited-slip differential, and a rear parking camera.
It’s a very strong and heavy car, the steering needs good effort, even more than some of the performance cars, and it won’t turn in the corners as quickly and easily as some rivals. But, you will be able to grip it well. If you get the V8 version, it will be very fast.
The 10-speed automatic gearbox is sharp and can swap through several gears in one turn. You will be able to adjust the steering wheel and seat to a great level, even if you are a very tall driver, you can make them comfortable for you. There are a sloping roofline and thick pillar, so visibility might not be that good. There’s an impressive 11.9in the digital instrument cluster, but the graphics on the standard 7.8in touchscreen are not that good, but the system has a good response speed.
For the minimum price, you can get the early Mustang with a 2.3-liter engine. You will have to pay more if you wish to get a facelifted example from 2018 or 2019.