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.
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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