2002 FORD MUSTANG
Absolutely nothing wrong with the car, amazing power, so much fun to drive, can get to highway speed without much of a merge lane. I would recommend a Mustang to anyone looking for a reliable car that also ridiculously fun to drive.
2006 FORD MUSTANG
Get a carfax before you buy the car. We got lucky and the car had no major issues, but we had three weeks of back and forth with the dealer on a mechanical issue that would not have showed up on the report. The car is a GT and is an awesome car to drive.
2010 FORD MUSTANG
It is my everyday car and I love. I've never had any issues other than alignment problems from where someone hit my side panel. Totally recommend this car for anyone looking for a reliable and great car.
2006 FORD MUSTANG
Mustangs always been my favorite car and I like the look and style of it. I drive it more for pleasure and style. Pretty fast car that can definitely get up and go, rides smooth and has a slight and quiet nice sounding pur to it. Highly recommend getting a car fax and also looking over the car in person and test drive it, always got to see how it rides! Lol
1987 FORD MUSTANG
Great car, nothing beats a convertible with a V8. Just be sure to check your CarFax and make sure it's never been wrecked, stolen, or drag raced. Fox Mustang all day.
2005 FORD MUSTANG
I brought this car about on the CarFax report. I use this car for work purpose only. I like all of the features this car have and my son really enjoy riding in the car with me.
2005 FORD MUSTANG
Great car. fast. don't buy it for the mileage. comfortable. great with the windows down. Every bit as nice to drive as my '65 and better in a lot of ways.
by Barney Fife
2000 FORD MUSTANG
This was a great find. The 2000 Mustang Convertible appears to have been garaged most of it life and only had 35,000 miles on it. The convertible top was original but look brand new and the leather seats were in prefect condition. I always have cars checked out by my trusted mechanic before buying even when the CarFax looks good and this Mustang checked out fine.
Used Ford Mustang Information
One of the most iconic of American pony cars, the Ford Mustang began production in 1964 as a 1965 model and became the automaker's most successful new product launch since the Model A. Since then, the Mustang has undergone numerous redesigns and changes. In recent years, Ford has updated the design to keep it contemporary, while managing to pay a high degree of homage to the iconic original Ford Mustang of the 1960s.
The Ford Mustang created the "pony car" segment of muscle cars in the American market. This segment was defined as small coupes with long hoods and short rear decks. Other pony cars would follow, but few would be as popular or as long-lived as the Mustang. The first-generation builds of the Ford Mustang are now considered collectible, and it's not unusual to see these classic cars appearing in car shows and parades around the world.
In the mid-1970s, the Mustang received its first redesign that did not prove as popular. Thought to be sort of a Ford Pinto knockoff, the Mustang grew smaller in order to comply with federal emissions and fuel efficiency standards. These changes were also necessary as the Mustang tried to compete in a market that had far more fuel-conscious buyers than before. The 1974 Mustang was very small in comparison to its previous-generation and was called the Mustang II. Ford showed premonition for the changes coming to the market as the company introduced the 1974 model two months before the 1973 oil crisis and proceeded to sell the Mustang II with some success through to 1978, when a new generation took over.
For 1979, the Mustang received a redesign that made it slightly longer. Still, it remained a four-seat car coupe that kept the basic design of a pony car intact. This generation lasted through 1993, and many Mustang aficionados consider models built after 1987 to be significantly different vehicles. Mustangs built between 1979 and 1986 are easily recognizable by the four-headlight front clip, while 1987 to 1993 models have a rounded front clip and revised rear-end styling. Fuel injection was also introduced for 1987, replacing the carbureted engines found in earlier models.
The next redesign debuted on the 1994 Mustang, which launched with more classic design language and a retro look that hints at the first-generation Mustang's appeal. Many car buyers looking for used Mustangs for sale start their search here. Ford dropped the hatchback model in favor of a standard two-door coupe in classic pony car build. Several engine options and paint schemes ensured the Ford Mustang returned to prominence as a favorite American pony car.
A new generation started 11 years later with the 2005 model, which offered more powerful engine options, as well as interior and exterior styling design cues that draw heavily from the original Mustang of the 1960s. Used Ford Mustangs from 2005 onward are popular with used car buyers because they balance an attractive design and capable performance with modern features.
The sixth-generation, introduced for 2015, ensured that the fifth-gen would become an icon for buyers to collect and enjoy going forward. This most recent generation brings in three distinct engine options: A 3.7-liter V6 with 300 horsepower serves as the base engine, while engine options include a 310-horsepower, turbocharged four-cylinder engine and a 435-horsepower, 5.0-liter V8. A six-speed manual transmission is standard and a six-speed automatic is available.