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Chris Harris Approves of 2015 Ford Mustang GT

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Chris Harris is back, boys and girls, with another one of his classic road and track car reviews. This time he is testing the new 2015 Ford Mustang GT, a muscle car that is now officially available in the UK and therefore warrants close scrutiny by the likes of Harris.

Chris is known to like value in a car, so he was always bound to like the Ford Mustang GT which delivers that in spade. This car costs peanuts compared to similarly-powered European sports car but has more character and charm than all of them combined.

Ford Mustang GT Highlights:

Drive Type Rear Wheel Drive
Horsepower 300 hp @ 6500 rpm (3.7L V6)
310 hp @ 5500 rpm (2.3L EcoBoost®, 93-octane fuel)
435 @ 6500 rpm (5.0L V8, 93 octane fuel)
Torque 280 lb.-ft. @ 4000 rpm (3.7L V6)
320 lb.-ft. @ 3000 rpm (2.3L EcoBoost®, 93-octane fuel)
400 lb.-ft. @ 4250 rpm (5.0L V8, 93-octane fuel)
Transmissions 6-Speed Manual, standard
6-Speed SelectShift® Automatic with Paddle Shifters, optional
Wheelbase 107.1″
Wheels Available 17″ sparkle silver painted aluminum (V6 and EcoBoost)
18″ Foundry Black painted aluminum (optional)
18″ Magnetic painted/machined aluminum (GT and GT Premium)
19″ Ebony Black painted aluminum (GT Performance Package)
19″ Luster Nickel painted aluminum (50 Years Appearance Package)
19″ Ebony Black premium painted aluminum (Performance Package)
19″ Dark Stainless premium painted aluminum (optional on GT Premium)
19″ Low-Gloss Black painted/machined aluminum (Wheel & Stripe Package)
20″ Foundry Black painted/machined aluminum (optional)
Warranty Bumper to Bumper: 3 years / 36,000 miles
Powertrain: 5 years / 60,000 miles
Safety Restraint System: 5 years / 60,000 miles
Corrosion (Perforation only): 5 years / Unlimited miles
Roadside Assistance Program: 5 years / 60,000 miles

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