2010 Ford Mustang

<a href="http://topics.latimes.com/autos/ford"><b>2010 Ford Mustang </b></a><br>
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<b>Overview:</b> The pony car lives on in this new iteration of the Ford Mustang. Underneath, it’s still pretty much the same as the current model, except for a somewhat tweaked suspension, but it’s been re-skinned and, in the case of the V-8 models, hopped up with 15 more horsepower over the 2008 car’s 300. Ford has also addressed complaints about the current car’s cheapo interior by using better-quality materials. It’s not exactly night and day, but there is some difference.<br>
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<b>Our take:</b> Mustang buyers seem to be a whole breed unto themselves. If they want one, they’ll get one, regardless. Though, just as the current model rescued the badge from mediocrity, this one retains the status quo.<br>
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--Colin Ryan<br>
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2010 Ford Mustang

Overview: The pony car lives on in this new iteration of the Ford Mustang. Underneath, it’s still pretty much the same as the current model, except for a somewhat tweaked suspension, but it’s been re-skinned and, in the case of the V-8 models, hopped up with 15 more horsepower over the 2008 car’s 300. Ford has also addressed complaints about the current car’s cheapo interior by using better-quality materials. It’s not exactly night and day, but there is some difference.

Our take: Mustang buyers seem to be a whole breed unto themselves. If they want one, they’ll get one, regardless. Though, just as the current model rescued the badge from mediocrity, this one retains the status quo.

--Colin Ryan

More in Autos:
Up to Speed: LA Auto Show news
2008 L.A. Auto Show: Production cars
2008 L.A. Auto Show: Concept cars
2008 L.A. Auto Show: Green cars
2009 Green Car of the Year finalists
Preview: L.A. Auto Show Design Challenge

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