2016 purchased a Mustang ecoboost 4 cylinder airconditioning spilling out hot air took it to aircon specialist and has told me that it's leaking from behind the dashboard so take it to a Ford dealer to have a look at it. I rang the dealer and I was told that it will cost me $3.500 to have it fix and replace the evaporator, but the main cost will be the removal of the dashboard which will take all day to get to the evaparotor to replace the new one. I looked up on the website problems with Mustangs and yes one was the airconditioning and many unhappy customers. So Ford since you know that this is a problem you should have a recall and not ripoff customers. Knowing what I know now about this particular module I wouldn't have purchased one.Show details
The inspired creation of old school and modern high tech - best fun on 4 wheelsGT Automatic (2018-2023)
I bought this in 2020 as a demo. This is my toy which is used for rare errands but mostly for taking a drive with the spouse about on a fortnightly basis. Only 10K kilometres on the car and have had no issues. It has been factory logbook serviced annually as prescribed. Love the exhaust sound; the acceleration, the sound system, the choices provided to the driver. Can honestly say that the backseat is a waste of time and the only two things that bug me are the inadequate, ugly side mirrors (2018) and the potential to remove your front spoiler in any parking spot if not thinking. Otherwise, I love this car!Show details
Adding a Pony to the Stable…wife is a closet bogan but she’s does not want to admit it.GT Manual (2018-2023)
Bought this car as hush payment as I have been indulging my passion for rotary cars and have always wanted a mustang since a little fella when dad had chevys and othe collectables…..this will be an ongoing review……Car purchased in September 2021 after around a 6 m9nth wait for delivery……purchased the manual without Magnaride or the recaro seats as wife wanted to heat her bum during winter and by advice of my mechanic that the Magnaride shocks are very expensive to replace when they fail in the future…..The intention is to keep the car and to pa... Read moress onto the kids as a collector item……The Good……reminiscent of the fastback mustang of the 60’s the engine note gets you as soon as you hit the start button…..yes it’s a V8…yes it’s bad for the environment……yes I am a meat eater……I haven’t worked 37 years not to indulge…..it doesnt turn heads as much as it used to noting numbers of the car has increased on Australian roads but people still have a look from time to time…….love the drive modes led ambient lighting, generous boot space…aggressive stance, fantastic audio, digital cluster and information provided and on Highway travelling she gallops nicely…..servicing price is great at $295 per 15k….under capped servicing with 5 year warranty……fantastic adaptive cruise control, throttle pick up…..the dislikes…..tyre life with the Michelins is poor car had only dine 14k when service agent advise new front tyres will be required at 20k at a price of $450 each, hand break is on the passenger side due to the LHD configuration, cup holders are inconveniently placed especially if you drive a manual as your water bottle will get in the way when shifting gears…..ergonomically not great found that the seatbelt no matter how I adjust the seat gouges into my neck down to the shoulder…could use blind spot warning on the wing mirrors….handling is a little sloppy when I compare it to my nimble rotaries…..but it is nearly a 2ton car…..overall my wife loves the car which as yiu know happy wife happy life…and I can hide more rotary parts purchases…..kids love the car and I am constantly being asked by friends for kids formals….weddings and other special occasions…..it is a muscle car a. Little disappointed about its handling build quality is good……fuel economy is poor…(well it is a v8) insurance cost is high…..in a world of sanatised electrification of motor vehicles…I am happy that I and my kids will be burning dinosaurs for years to come
Ford have absolutely delivered a great Mustang!GT Manual (2018-2023)
I have wanted a Mustang since 1972 when my Dad's mate had a Falcon GT. All these years later, my current model Mustang finally arrived in Feb '22 - a brand new GT manual. All I can say is wow, wow and wow. This is just so much car.
The FN GT Fastback is a true Mustang in very sense - it is a Grand Tourer sitting in between being a performance car and a luxury car.
Performance is embodied in the hi-tech V8 Coyote engine, the matched manual drive train, the on-the-fly adjustable suspension, steering, and exhaust, and the rigid fastback body.
awesome carGT Automatic (2018-2023)
I strongly recommend considering this car if you are in the market for this type of car.
It is a 5 start product. I have it 4 start because the Aussie version (not Ford's doing) has a couple of restrictions, being:
- slightly less power engine compared to 2021 USD
- Line lock disabled
- certain setups will not save, eg Exhaust in Sports mode.
Apart from above it is a fun and easy car to drive.Show details
The sound of a V8GT Manual (2014-2017)
Great touring car, bought it for weekend drives, handles well and so much fun to drive. Love the sound of a V8. Truly a American muscle car. Car is serviced yearly at Ford, as we don’t do enough kilometres as per servicing schedule.Show details
Marvellous MustangConvertible (No Badge) (2018-2023)
2021 red convertible Mustang my dream machine, from the colour to the last inside detail and performance Awesome drive.
I upgraded to the latest Convertible model Because my last Mustang was a winner.
Test drive today and you’ll never look back
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Ford Mustang FN GT - Superb value packageGT Automatic (2018-2023)
I use my Mustang GT as my regular driver, on average 2 to 3 times a week. I purchased the car new in 2018.
I can’t fault the beautiful V8 engine which provides impressive power and performance. Handling is equally as impressive with the 10 speed auto transmission and MagneRide adaptive suspension.
I get the car serviced once a year at a local Ford dealership. No issues reported over the past 3 years.
After 3 years of ownership I can wholeheartedly recommend the Ford Mustang FN GT to anyone looking for an excellent, value for money, performance coupe, which offers all the thrills and spills (and some!) of more expensive sports cars, without breaking the bank!Show details
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OMG, Complete Sports Coupe PackageGT Automatic (2018-2023)
The Stang is my daily driver, driving to work, long drives down the coast, it is a pleasure to drive. The sound of that V8 is awesome, the technology, adaptive cruise control, auto dipping headlights, auto wipers are top notch. It is very well balanced in cornering. I have the Recaro seats option and they wrap around the sides of your body to give extra support while cornering. Ten speed automatic makes for economy on longer drives, but it feels less sure of which gear to be in when in suburban areas. The only other negative is rear leg room, but then again this type of sports coupe buyer is interested in a fun toy for them selves and Mustang is not a family car. Every time I exit my car I have a smile on my face.Show details
An emotion on 4 wheelsGT Automatic (2018-2023)
My forever car. Owned a GT351 as a young fella, got married had kids...you know the story. The Mustang bought to me all those wonderful memories and more! This collection of metal, plastic and rubber brings out a massive smile EVERY time I take her out. She evokes joy even standing still. Bought car from Jarvis and I suggest you avoid them. Go to another Ford dealer.Show details
Great performance car.GT Manual (2014-2017)
Daily driver. 2.5 years with no faults. Fun to drive with good economy for an 8.
Manual gearbox is ok. Brakes are great. Power is good for weight of car.
Great styling and a iconic model. Plenty of terrific features.
Heaps of modifications offered.
Super fun to drive and enjoy but not perfect - Updated.Convertible GT (2018-2023)
As a convertible it's super fun, all bells and whistles. Lane departure works as advertised but more of a gimmick than an actual necessity. Electric dash and adjustable exhaust is fantastic but already a problem with the electronic collision avoidance system which has also disables the cruise control which is annoying. Already driven 10k and still loving this car!
So now two years later, and 50,000km - car is still brilliant - nothing has dampened my love for this car. Only issue I've had has been the cruise control which was disabled after ar... Read moreound 2 weeks which was fixed under warranty and my convertible roof lining which I had replaced also under warranty as one side would on occasion catch. In both cases there was no problem getting these resolved. I've been in some pretty major downpours and zero leaks, I've waterproofed the roof quite a few times but it's spotless, and just as good as the coupe. Still my daily driver service costs are pretty cheap at around 500, I've replaced my front tires now and need to do an alignment as the inside tire wear was unacceptable. The car is still immaculate, love this car bang for buck you can't go wrong. OK so now almost 3 years daily driving this car now knocking on 75,000km not bad for almost 3 years!. Nothing negative to say, I've noticed a couple of rattles that I'll need to track down behind my head, still am immaculate car - washed pretty much every weekend. I do try to keep the car parked when at home under a roof but it's in the open at work. The crazy thing is this car is still worth the same $$$ as what I paid for it, which is crazy never had that in any car.
Great looking sexy rideGT Manual (2014-2017)
I love the 2017 GT Fastback. It’s my everyday car. I do wish I waited for the 2018 model, only because of the slight differences like the dash change and other options.
5 things are my issues
1) In a manual, you can’t put drink bottles in the cup holder. It’s awkward to change gear.
2) Front and back wheels are different sizes. Front 19” Rear 19.5” so you can buy a spare, only a space saver or the can to inflate the tyre until you get to the nearest auto dealer.
3) No safety pack at all. Manual mirror button, blind spot indication and lane not
Mustang IS Muscle(No Badge) Automatic (2014-2017)
I use the car for leisure as well as going to work. It is such a pleasure to drive.
I bought this from Cumberland ford blacktown. Very friendly staff.
The only thing which bothers me is the wiper.. When cleaning the windshield manually and lifting the wiper it scratches the hood. I think this a design flaw and Ford should take care of it.
Definitely a Head TurnerConvertible GT (2014-2017)
Waited a whole year for my car to come. Beautiful car! Bought the GT Convertible. The engine sound at ignition blows you away! The little things like the Pony hologram when you unlock the doors, the way the dash starts up with the Pony just make it all so special! Although it's a convertible, the boot space is the largest I have seen in any convertible! The fuel consumption is no where near its label.. literally 'drinks like a horse'! The gear changes are a little jerky/rough. There are also other little annoying things of the car, compared to... Read morethe other cars we have.. Like the hand-brake being on the passenger side; the wing mirror itself is in a 'blind spot', the rear panel is really tiny.. and activation of the roof is a joke.. it's got a manual hatch lock! The seats are classified as 'electronic', but it only slides forward and back, does NOT adjust the backrest! Backrest is manually adjusted. The Seat belt in the front seats is located in the frame, not very convenient for a convertible. Passengers in the back seat have a hard time trying not to trip over when climbing in and out of the car. Back seat is quite roomy compared to the other 2 convertibles we have. The sound system is a Shaker, but it's really quite bad. Flat, no base, but heck, just listen to the engine! For that price, you get a V8 sports car, I guess you can't complain!
Questions & Answers
I purchased new a 2020 GT manual that I dont drive enough but I have noticed since about 12,000 klm that I have a slight brake pedal pulse. My left rear rotor has some scores in it and the right rear some very slight scores. Pads are at about 10 mm and I do not drive or brake hard. I spoke to Ford technical and they just dismissed it as braking too hard. Has anybody else had this issue?
do you have any mustang for sale available with you?
I have just ordered the 2022 mustang V8 with magneride, rear spoiler, ceramic tints, all weather mats, In grabber blue for $81.800 hope I love this car
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|Category||Sports Cars||Sports Cars||Sports Cars and Convertibles||Sports Cars and Convertibles|
|Drive Type||Rear Wheel Drive (RWD)||Rear Wheel Drive (RWD)||Rear Wheel Drive (RWD)||Rear Wheel Drive (RWD)|
|Wheels||19" Alloy||19" Alloy||19" Alloy||19" Alloy|
|ANCAP Safety Rating||3 Stars||3 Stars||3 Stars||3 Stars|
|Fuel Consumption||12.7 L/100km||13 L/100km||12.7 L/100km||9.5 L/100km|
|Fuel Tank Capacity||61 L||61 L||61 L||59 L|
|Engine||8 Cylinder 5L||8 Cylinder 5L||8 Cylinder 5L||4 Cylinder 2.3L|
|Max Power||339kW @ 7000rpm||339kW @ 7000rpm||339kW @ 7000rpm||224kW @ 5700rpm|
|Max Torque||556Nm @ 4600rpm||556Nm @ 4600rpm||556Nm @ 4600rpm||441Nm @ 3000rpm|
|Country of Manufacture||USA||USA||USA||USA|
|Manufacturer Warranty||5 year(s)||5 year(s)||5 year(s)||5 year(s)|
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