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2018 Ford Mustang Model Review

21/31  CITY/HWY
EPA-Estimated MPG
4.3  Sec.
0-60 MPH
2
Doors
4
Seats
13.5  cu ft
Cargo Space

What's New for the 2018 Ford Mustang?

The Ford Mustang is the iconic American muscle car. As the line comes into 2018, some new changes have been made to the legendary car. To begin, a revamped 5.0-liter V8 motor brings more power and speed than any 5.0-liter V8 motor that came before it. To improve handling, Ford has updated the shock absorbers and stabilizer bars on the new Mustang. For drivers that opt for the sports car in an automatic transmission, the Mustang now has a 10-speed automatic tranny. On the exterior, Ford has added new a new color palate for the Mustang lineup along with new alloy wheel choices as well.

2018 Ford Mustang front

Trims & Powerful Features

The 2018 Ford Mustang comes to the showroom floor in nine different trim options that include the Ecoboost Fastback, Ecoboost Premium Fastback, Ecoboost Convertible, GT Fastback, Ecoboost Premium Convertible, GT Premium Fastback, GT Premium Convertible, Shelby GT350 and Shelby GT350R. The 2018 Mustang lineup has a car to match the needs of any sports car enthusiast. The 2018 Ford Mustang is loaded with awesome features for its driver. Once behind the wheel, the driver is greeted with a 12-inch LCD digital instrument panel. The driver can customize the color of the display and set their favorite display settings for when they are behind the wheel. The instrument panel has the ability to track performance metrics of the car like g-forces and acceleration times. The Mustang also features Ford's SYNC 3 technology with a voice-activated touchscreen with navigation and the ability to connect to both Apple and Android smartphones. For the music lover, the 2018 Mustang is available with SiriusXM radio and has the option for a premium Shaker Pro Audio system including 12 speakers.

On the exterior, other drivers on the road have to notice the sleek design of the Mustang from its lowered hood to the powerful back-end of the car. Several stylish wheel options are available to the new owner of the Mustang, each with its own personality to match the car. The convertible options feature a cloth convertible top that operates electronically while being able to be open and closed right from the driver's seat.

Mustang Horsepower

2018 Ford Mustang RearThe 2018 lineup of Ford Mustangs come available with three engine options, each giving the Mustang its iconic growl. Starting with the 2.3-liter EcoBoost 4-cylinder motor, the EcoBoost kicks out a strong 310 horsepower with 350 foot-pounds of torque. In the GT models, drivers will find 5.0-liter V8 that runs on 460 horsepower with 420 foot-pounds of torque. The drivers that go for the ultimate in power with Shelby models are greeted by Ford's 5.2-liter V8 that boasts 526 horsepower and 429 foot-pounds of torque.

Safety Comes Standard

2018 Ford Mustang lightsThe 2018 Ford Mustang lineup includes many of Ford's dynamic safety features. Included in the safety features are the pre-collision assist system, which detects the potential for a collision with both vehicles and pedestrians and flashes a warning across the windshield of the vehicle and sounds an alarm in the cockpit of the car. The car also features the lane-departure warning system and the lane-keeping assist system, which alarm the driver and help keep the car in the lane it is currently maintaining.

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