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FORD MUSTANG Used Car Review

The Ford Mustang was officially imported to Australia in 2015 after the legendary American sports car became a global model for the first time in its 50-year history. (Local engineering company Tickford, however, did briefly convert some Mustangs to right-hand drive in 2001.) Available in both coupe and convertible body styles, and with a turbocharged four-cylinder providing a more fuel-efficient alternative to the traditional V8, the Mustang quickly established itself as Australia's sports car. A mid-2018 update introduced changes such as revised styling, an uprated V8 and a new 10-speed auto.

Pros

Cons

  • Entertaining driving experience
  • Iconic name and styling
  • Flexible turbo four-cylinder or torquey, burbling V8
  • Latest Mustang benefits from independent rear suspension
  • Rough, harsh plastics, lower interior quality
  • Rear seat cramped
  • Four-cylinder lacks aural appeal; V8 thirsty
  • Australia doesn't get faster Shelby GT500 variant
This is general information and should not be relied on as purchasing advice.
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1995 Ford Mustang Cobra Coupe

  • 283244 km
  • Coupe (2 door)
  • Manual

Original owner car. Limited production #1836 out of 4005. Ford SVT (Specialty Vehicle Team) Certificate and original window sticker included. Never spent the night outside, always garaged. Last year of the pushrod 5.0 Liter V8 engine. Excellent maintenance history, oil and filter changed every 2000 miles. Recent tires, brakes, shocks, battery, air conditioning service, smog check. Paint and upholstery in excellent condition. All accessories in proper working order. Never modified.

$42,000
Rosebery, NSW

18/09/2021

2018 Ford Mustang FN 2019MY GT White 6 Speed Manual Fastback

  • 20200 km
  • Coupe (2 door)
  • Manual
  • 8 cyl

*** GT500 BUMPER & SIDE SKIRTS ** GT350 FENDERS ** SIDE SCOOPS ** FORD TRACK PACK SPOILER ** FORD LOWERING SPRINGS ** MAGNERIDE SUSPENSION ** MBRP FULL EXHAUST SYSTEM ** ROUSH COLD AIR INTAKE ** PARKING SENSORS ** REVERSE CAMERA ** KEYLESS ENTRY ** PUSH TO START ** AUTOMATIC WIPERS ** AUTOMATIC HEADLIGHTS ** BUILT IN SAT NAV ** APPLE CAR PLAY AND ANDROID CONNECT ** HEATED AND COOLED SEATS ** LEATHER INTERIOR *** With Market Leading Prices and Friendly Staff To Make Your Buying Experience Smoot

$71,990
Midvale, WA

Dealer used
18/09/2021

2018 Ford Mustang FN 2018MY GT Fastback White 6 Speed Manual Fastback

  • 12196 km
  • Other
  • Manual
  • 8

UNBEATABLE VALUE - HAGGLE FREE FIXED PRICE - NO OFFERS PLEASE Just arrived to us is this stunning 2018 Ford Mustang GT Coupe . Finished in White over Black Leather Interior, it is uniquely specified with the following stunning equipment options: - Navigation - Bluetooth Phone and Audio - Reverse Camera - Radar Cruise Control - 6 Speed Manual - Dual Zone Climate Control - 2 Keys - Service History Through our game-changing purchase method, you can have complete confidence in purchasing from

$59,990
Molendinar, QLD

Dealer used
09/09/2021

Overview of the Ford Mustang

Overview of the Ford Mustang

The Ford Mustang was officially imported to Australia in 2015 after the legendary American sports car became a global model for the first time in its 50-year history. (Local engineering company Tickford, however, did briefly convert some Mustangs to right-hand drive in 2001.)

Available in both coupe and convertible body styles, and with a turbocharged four-cylinder providing a more fuel-efficient alternative to the traditional V8, the Mustang quickly established itself as Australia's sports car.

A mid-2018 update introduced changes such as revised styling, an uprated V8 and a new 10-speed auto.

FORD MUSTANG GENERATIONS (AUSTRALIA)

2015 onwards

RUNNING COSTS

Fuel Consumption

2.3L 4-cylinder turbo: 8.5 to 9.5 litres per 100km

5.0L V8: 12.6 to 13.1 litres per 100km

= Highly economical.

= Good economy.

= Average fuel use.

= Heavy consumption.

Servicing

SIMILAR MODELS TO FORD MUSTANG

WHAT TO LOOK OUT FOR: FORD MUSTANG (2015 ON)

The first check with any Mustang is to try to find out who used to own it and how it was driven.

These are performance cars, so they're likely to have been driven quickly. However, 'driven quickly' and 'driven carelessly' are two very different things.

Take any prospective purchase for a drive at highway speeds and accelerate - listening and feeling for vibrations from the driveline. Some Mustangs have driven their owners mad trying to trace and eliminate these vibes, and some cars just seem worse than others.

Check that the panels are aligned properly as this has been another customer gripe even when the cars were brand new. Take a close look at the panels in bright daylight to see if the colour on the metal parts matches that on the plastic bits.

A batch of cars built across a few months in 2015 and 2016 had a lack of clearance between the wiring loom and the exhaust system. In extreme cases, this could start a fire in the wiring. Ford issued a recall to address this problem.