The Ford Mustang has been a top choice for consumers who love the many thrills of a sports car for some time. It offers exterior styling that is designed to allure and its speedy performance and engaging experience behind the wheel only adds to its appeal. While the Mustang has become more reserved in current years, it is still as popular as ever. To prove it, Ford shows off its newest 2016 Mustang that continues to exude its trademark swagger and performance.
|Engine Size:||3.7 L|
|Transmission:||6-sp Automatic or manual|
|Fuel Economy:||17/28 mpg|
The Mustang may be envied most for its top performance behind the wheel, but there's no harm in being entertaining in more ways than one. Since the Mustang is mechanically unchanged for 2016, Ford took this as a chance to focus on other aspects, such as technology. Ford ditches the previously used MyFor Touch infotainment system and replaces it with something much better – the all-new Sync 3 touchscreen. Consumers love it for its simplified, user-friendly interface that uses pinch and swipe finger commands.
The 2016 Mustang draws in consumers with its many trim levels that provide a good range of variety in equipment and features. A consumer favorite is the Mustang EcoBoost. It offers a healthy list of content from keyless ignition and entry, auto-dimming rearview mirror, and rearview camera to a 4.2-inch central display screen and six-speaker sound system. What sets the EcoBoost apart from other trims on the 2016 Mustang lineup is its stronger performance. For example, the EcoBoost can be equipped with all sorts of upgrades like shorter gearing for more responsive acceleration, sport-tuned suspension and sport-tuned steering, enhanced brakes and even a larger radiator; it also gets nice power with a turbocharged engine.
Consumers that enjoy the speedy appeal of the 2016 Mustang will be assured behind the wheel with a top safety rating. All trim levels of the 2016 Mustang come equipped with antilock disc brakes, traction and stability control, rearview camera, and airbags. Optional safety features include adaptive cruise control with forward collision alert and blind-spot warning system with rear cross-traffic alert.
It's hard to beat the Mustangs safety scores with top marks in all categories, including overall crash protection.
As fast as the 2016 Mustang is, consumers can rest assured with its stopping abilities in stop-testing from 60 mph, the Mustang did it in a quick 108 feet – a better-than-average distance for others in its class.