Re: traded my 2016 for a 2018
Mustangs are not what they used to be.....in a good way.
Not many people think of luxury or technology in a Mustang. Yet, now we have adaptive cruise with brake support, BLIS, rain sensing wipers, automatic high beam, memory seats, heated steering wheel, soft touch door panels, acoustic windshield, HID lighting and more. The instrument cluster is a thing of beauty, adaptability and functionality. You can select from any number of gauges, how they are displayed and the color combinations. You can adjust the steering to normal, sport or comfort. You can adjust the engine/transmission to normal, sport, sport+, track, dragstrip or snow/wet. You can adjust the exhaust sound to quiet, normal, sport or track. You can even mix and match all of these things using MyMode.
About the only features in my Continental that are missing in the Mustang is the ability to park itself, the 30 way massaging seats and the ability to open the trunk by sticking your foot under the bumper. The Shaker Pro sound system is superior to the base Revel in the Conti. The instument cluster makes the one in the Conti look like a relic from the 90s. The 10 speed automatic in the Mustang is vastly superior to the 6 speed in the Conti. Interior fit/finish is excellent on both. Obviously the ride in the Mustang is firmer but it is not punishing in any way. Wind and road noise is exceptionally low in the Mustang. Obviously, you can hear the exhaust but it is a beautiful sound and doesn't distract from having normal conversation with a passenger.
It is clear that Ford is putting a lot of effort into Mustangs these days.
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