Since 1903, you’ve been able to find the cars you’ve wanted to drive with the Ford Motor Company logo on them. Today, your local Ford dealer continues a tradition of excellence. When Henry Ford decided he wanted to make cars that everyone could drive, he opened the doors to an industry that has grown and has improved over the past 120 years to be what we see today. All of the vehicles you find at your Ford dealer have some part in this Ford history and tradition.
What your favorite muscle car? When asked this question, you’re likely to have an even split of people who love the Challenger, Camaro, and the Mustang. All three of these cars date back a long time as heritage models that have been around to give us the driving excitement we love on the road and at the track. The Ford Mustang is one that seems to symbolize the American spirit in a special way, and it has been changed many times over to become the model we see today, but that might change.
The “Sophomore Slump” which is used in sports to describe a reduction in production that takes place during an athlete’s second year in their sport certainly does not apply to the Mustang. Coming in with more vigor and pep than ever this second year run of this generation of the Mustang brings us a pony car that is fully ready to take on all competitors across the field. If you want a sports car that is great on gas but still gives you some oomph, the Mustang is the right choice with the turbocharged four-cylinder engine. Of course there is still the ever power hungry Shelby GT350 and GT350R that are great race inspired sports cars, ready to knock of the competition one by one.