I knew I wanted a mustang ever since I knew the difference between models of cars. Gas mileage seems a bit better. I didn't always need to be hammering 2nd or 3rd lol. Also the ability to have remote start is extremely nice when you live in Austin and it's 100+ outside. Photos uploaded without any context will be removed. Share news stories, project builds or just your experience with your Mustang here! Performs excellently in the summer, but only decently in the winter, as it is more of a sports car. Also if you're lazy and you live in a high traffic area where you'll be stopping and starting all the time, go auto.
I admit it, my 2007 Mustang has an automatic transmission and I like it. There are a couple situations in which you may want to consider an automatic over a manual for your Mustang. Either way, they made improvements to the cars aerodynamics to increase gas mileage in 2011. It took me 2 hours to get home yesterday. Don't downvote a post or comment simply because you disagree with it or don't like it. When uploading a photo, always give context. The automatic was nice and smooth.
Was much better with a tune, and the car shifted fast and hard. I got my Stang as a daily driver so I went auto. He has a 2013 5. Still took a bit to downshift for some reason though. The only issue I've noticed with the auto is going into turns, it does not down shift as you are slowing down. Same thing with launching off the line in an automatic -- an upgraded torque converter is much more difficult to install than simply teaching yourself how to launch your Mustang correctly with a clutch.
I grew up with stick. One thing I want to stress with this car is the sheer speed that's possible with the new 10-Speed 10R80 Automatic Transmission and the Gen 3 Coyote Engine. I have driven manuals my entire life and now at 37 I will be giving up the ghost. The power never feels like 300 hp until you look down at your speedometer and realize you are already doing 90mph. Keeping that in mind, when you go to sell your Mustang, a wider range of people are able to purchase the car. Mods include bama tune, motion delete plugs, bassani cat deletes, and all the mods that came from it being a shelby gt 3. An auto will never miss a shift, or hit the wrong gear, either.
Why choose an automatic Mustang? I was just wondering who has an automatic? The Lancer I daily drive to work everyday, and the mustang I take out in nice weather. The stick would still kill the automatic cars on the but on the drag strip the story changes. Between the calibration behind how the car shifts to the MagneRide suspension, the driving experience really does change quite a bit between each mode. It may be a pain in city driving but deal with it. I actually thought that it felt even more powerful than the new 3. Just couldn't afford to get it fixed. I just purchased a 2011 V6 for my daughter, I've been driving it and will continue to drive until she finishes driving school.
If the vehicle must be driven in these conditions, Ford recommends using all-season or snow tires. . I will own and drive manuals until there are no transmissions in cars all together! That might hit from both sides. I have reason to believe but cannot prove the dealership techs improperly reassembled the differential while attempting the previous repair. Just curious, how old are you??? If the vehicle must be driven in these conditions, Ford recommends using all-season or snow tires. Tachometer — Boss 302-specific 19.
That was the last straw! We welcome all owners and enthusiasts alike. I also thought the 2011 was a little quieter than the 2010. Joe was very accommodative for my wishes. Like I have a 2015 5. Love the darned thing to death. After the first few weeks, I definitely didn't regret it. Would a tune help with that? This was to fix a noise issue.
I recently sold off my 96 Stang and I'm looking to upgrade to a 2010 or 2011 v6. Two chips in the paint and a cracked windshield later and I canned that idea! If I had it to do over again I would have held out for the Tremec Manual, better value. You will get better acceleration if you smoothly roll onto the accelerator, rather than mash it. The '10 I drove handled great and had a surprisingly decent growl then I would have expected. I have bough a lot of cars over the years best experience yet. Chances are that if it's a big story, someone else could have posted it before you.