2018 Ford Mustang review: We love it, you'll love it, everyone will love it
The Ford Mustang marks the end of a patient, 50-year wait for UK muscle-car fans – because the ‘Pony car’ is now officially sold in Britain in right-hand drive format for the first time. This charismatic muscle car is available in Fastback (coupe, to most of us) or Convertible body styles, with a choice of two high performance engines: a turbocharged four-cylinder EcoBoost motor, or a thumping great 5.0-litre V8, both offered with a 10-speed automatic gearbox or a good old six-speed manual. Not only that, but it’s incredible value, being priced way below European cars with equivalent power and sports car goodness.
|Body Style: Coupe or convertible||Seats: 4||MRP from £36,035 - £46,665|
Did you know? The 2.3-litre Mustang isn’t just modern downsizing – the oil crisis forced the then-new 1974 model to adopt four-cylinder power.
The Ford Mustang is a heart-over-head car. You don't buy it because it's the most efficient, or the most precise-handling, or the classiest, or a sensible financial decision. You buy it because you love it, and it's very, very easy to love. It's head-turning, raucous, it looks spectacular and it's just masses of fun to drive - it's even got an edge of sophistication to the way it swings round corners. Jus...