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The Mustang Wins AgainBy Product Expert | Posted in Ford Mustang on Thursday, April 23rd, 2015 at 12:27 pm
The Best Value for a Sports Car at Brandon Ford
The 2015 Ford Mustang continues to outshine the competition. As it continues to win awards and more drivers flock to it, we find ourselves unable to get over how well-built a machine it is. It has won just under a dozen awards and for the 6th year in a row, it has won the Vincentric Best Value in America Award for Sports Cars. That means that you can find the Best Value for a Sports Car at Brandon Ford.
Since the launch of the iconic muscle car this September it has dominated the market as the best-selling sports car in America. The new design and engine options are likely to thank. With many design aspects shared with a fighter jet, the new and much more sporty design has caught the attention of many drivers.
Three different engines, each with its own impressive mixture of power and efficiency, have also captured the attention of many drivers. Whether you want something heart pounding and sweat inducing like the 435 horsepower 400 lb-ft. of torque V8 or the highly efficient in the 2.3L EcoBoost four-cylinder that produces 310 horsepower and 320 lb-ft. of torque. Either way the slowest you’ll find yourself getting to 60 mph is in 5.3 seconds. To better help each driver control their vehicle, the Mustang comes with launch control and selectable drive modes.
The Mustang also comes as a convertible so that you can more easily feel the wind fly past you as you blow past everyone else on the road. And if you really want to become one with the road, you can get the track ready Shelby GT350 (late 2015). It comes with an even larger engine and a more advanced performance. Just like all drivers, the engines found under the Mustang come in all shapes and sizes, providing something for everyone that knows how to appreciate a good car.
All the choices, mixed with impressive capability helps to explain why people can’t get enough Mustang and why the muscle car continues to earn more awards. There’s also just something about a Mustang, the original pony car.