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Why You Should Buy the 2018 Mustang Now.

Buying a car is not just a financial investment but an emotional one as well. If you had an encounter with the 2015 mustang you should remember the turbo-fed 4-cylinder EcoBoost engine it came with, a much-improved interior, independent rear suspension and even an updated GT engine. You should watch out for the 2018 model because it is much better than the 2015 model. This is one of those collections every person who appreciates a good automobile should have. If this is something you want in your garage but you already have the 2015 model, you can just decide to trade it in. One thing you will appreciate is the transmission options available. There is a new automatic transmission known as the 10R80 10-speed. This is something Ford has worked on with General Motors and the technology has been applied in the Camaro ZL1 as well as the new Raptor.

This transmission will deliver amazing results as far as acceleration is concerned with a sub-4 second sixty miles per hour sprint. There are people who do not get the thrill of driving a car unless they are controlling it through a manual transmission and this is where the upgraded MT-82 becomes important. It has been made optimal for torque capabilities. The models with EcoBoost has a beefier clutch so that the increased torque can be handled. What is even more exciting is that the GT models will be now made with twin-disc clutch to offer better torque management and pedal feel. All engines are featured in all gears in the new 2018 mustang where there is the no-lift-shift. This is something every person who knows his way around cars should be happy about.

We cannot talk about the car without mentioning the 12″ LCD digital instrument cluster. This is the first for this type of car, and it is a striking difference from the previous model. It is not a standard, however, but even if you end up with the optional digital gauge cluster for the 2018 mustang it will be a great addition. The Normal, Track and sport do not have the same gauge layouts and customization is done depending on how you plan on driving the car. If you are a fan of the road course or autocross and have Track mode on, you should be more interested in the top part of your cluster and tachometer. You do not want to miss out on experiencing the MagneRide damping system. This suspension system is computerized and it ensures the shocks and struts are tightened and loosened every second, at least a dozen times while you are testing the car on the track.

Where To Start with Dealerships and More

Where To Start with Dealerships and More