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The 2008 Ford Mustang is available in midsize coupe (MSRP $19,490 - $27,260) and convertible (MSRP $24,315 - $32,085) versions. It is available in V6 Deluxe, V6 Premium, GT Deluxe, and GT Premium trim levels.
The first production Mustang rolled off the assembly line in Dearborn, Michigan on March 9, 1964, and was introduced to the public at the New York World's Fair on April 17, 1964, via all three American television networks on April 19, and made an appearance in the James Bond film Goldfinger (film) in September of 1964.1 Now The Ford Mustang is in its fifth generation.2 The Mustang has been on the Car and Driver Ten Best list five times: 1983, 1987, 1988, 2005, and 2006, and won Motor Trend Car of the Year award in both 1974 and 1994.3 The current Mustangs are assembled in Flat Rock, Michigan.
The Ford Mustang midsize coupe and convertible model competes with the Chevrolet Corvette, Chrysler Sebring, Dodge Challenger, Mini Cooper S, Nissan Altima Coupe, and Nissan 350Z.
The Ford Mustang is equipped with a choice of a 210-horsepower, 4.0-liter V6 engine or a 300-horsepower, 4.6-liter V8 engine. A 5-speed manual transmission and rear-wheel drive (RWD) system are standard on all trim levels.
The 2008 Ford Mustang midsize coupe and convertible suspension features are front independent suspension, a front stabilizer bar, a MacPherson strut front suspension, and a solid live axle rear suspension.
Ford Mustang exterior features are 16-inch painted alloy wheels, all season tires, and a temporary spare tire. It also has a steel spare wheel, variable-intermittent wipers, an inside-mounted spare tire, and a rear defogger.
Ford Mustang midsize coupe and convertible instrumentation features area tachometer, a clock, and low fuel level warning. Seats and trim features on the 2008 Ford Mustang include bucket front seats, a 4 person total seating capacity, a height-adjustable driver seat, and cloth upholstery. In the rear, the Ford Mustang has a split-folding rear seatback and a bucket rear seat.
The 2008 Ford Mustang basic convenience features include power-dependent steering, cruise control, and cruise controls on steering wheel. It also has a tilt-adjustable steering wheel, front door pockets, front cupholders, a front console with storage, and a 12-volts front power outlet.
The 2008 Ford Mustang midsize coupe and convertible power and comfort features are front floor mats, dual vanity mirrors, and air conditioning. It also has 1 one-touch power windows, remote power door locks, and power windows and mirrors.
2008 Ford Mustang entertainment and telematics features are an auxiliary MP3 audio input, mast antenna, 4 total speakers, an AM/FM in-dash single CD player with CD MP3 Playback stereo, and a 120 w...
Guess Who Drives More Than Half Of New V6 Mustangs?
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Add more models to Ford Motor Co.'s ever-growing array of Mustangs. Two new V6 special-edition Mustangs are slated for model year '08, as is the return of the infamous Bullitt, Ford officials announced recently.
Kim Pittel, director-small cars for Ford, says the two new V6 Mustangs are expected to appeal more to women buyers than current offerings because 56% of Mustangs equipped with V6 engines are sold to women, a company spokesman says.
Ford already offers two Mustang packages geared toward female buyers: the Mustang GT/California Special and Grabber Orange Pony package for V6 models. Both favor styling upgrades over performance improvements.
Hau Thai-Tang, chief engineer of the current-generation Mustang, says, with the explosive growth in recent years in the automotive aftermarket, Ford is trying to appeal more to those craving appearance changes versus increased horsepower.
Ford currently offers six Mustang variants, Thai-Tang says, discounting body styles and engines. Pittel says the possibilities are infinite. 'I'm looking right now out (to) 2011,' she says of future Mustang trims. 'We just have stuff coming, coming, coming.'