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For buyers seeking performance and power in one affordable package, the Ford Mustang 2011 has it. With a choice of V6 or V8 engine, 305 or 412 horsepower, and a double overhead camshaft, this vehicle is definitely a car lover's dream. Once I stepped foot into it I was sold (what's not to love when it has plenty of leg room, comfortable seating, a front console with convenient storage, AND front seatback storage). I couldn't imagine it getting any better, but then I drove it for the first time. Not only does it feel like it glides over the road, but it takes curves and corners better than any other car I've driven in the last 20 years. However, it is a "muscle car" so gas mileage isn't going to be comparable to the newer more fuel efficient models available on the market but compared to other cars in its class it doesn't do too bad as far as miles per gallon at all (depending how lead footed you are it should get a little over 20 mpg in the city and roughly 30 or so mpg on the highway). I also have a second vehicle that would be considered a "family car" (or more "practical" car, that is) but nothing (and I mean nothing) beats the driving experience of the Mustang. More often than not, this is the car I choose to take out, especially on road trips. Fun, adventure, and a stellar ride are always ready to be had just waiting for me outside in my driveway!
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Really mad, my 2011 Mustang GT, will shift into reverse unless I cut the car off then shift to reverse cut on then back up. Also 5th gear grinds, and shifting to 1st I must force the shift with the clucth pressed to the floor, and shifting from 1st to 2nd is the same. Need to know TSB number becuase the local dealer know nothing about it or how to fix issue. At this point I may just buy an T56 Magnum from Tremec hopefully that fixes the shifting, but why should a Mustang owner need to purchase an new transmition when the one in the is still under warranty. Does anyone have any suggestion.
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