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What is Changed in the 2006 Ford Mustang?

Red Ford Mustang From 2006The earliest predecessor of the 2006 Ford Mustang was first launched in 1964, 47 years ago. During that time, it has achieved an uncommon status among American cars for establishing the pony car genre, outliving its tough rivals—the Barracuda, Camaro and Firebird, and retaining a retro inspiration that is none the less as modern as ever. In fact, the 2006 Ford Mustang is faster and more agile than its predecessors, which is a great way to continue a remarkable tradition in car manufacturing.

Coupe or convertible?

The 2006 Ford Mustang comes as either a coupe-type or a convertible. To be sure, either one is for those who like speed, style and power all rolled into one package. The only difference is whether on prefers the wind rushing through one’s hair, or likes the feel of being in a high-speed capsule ripping through the highway.

Not the best family car

Coupe or convertible, neither option makes the 2006 Ford Mustang a good choice for family use, since it’s rear seats are only spacious enough to fit two children or a pet. The solid rear axle makes the car sturdier, to be sure, but sacrifices a little as far as comfort go. This means that things can get a little bouncy when driving on bad roads. For those who live in the Northeast or Midwest, it’s probably a good idea to use snow tires on all your wheels. All this means that if you have kids, the 2006 Ford Mustang probably isn’t the best option for you, whether coupe or convertible.

2006 Ford Mustang

V6 or V8?

When considering whether to get a 2006 Ford Mustang with a V6 or a V8 engine, one should ask whether one is more concerned with getting value or performance. Either way, the 2006 Ford Mustang has a standard five-speed manual transmission, but also has an automatic option.

The V6 options are geared for those who want value for their money when buying a 2006 Ford Mustang. Here’s a list of V6 options help you get started:

-          V6 Standard Coupe: comes with a price tag of $19,115, which will get you a one-touch power window system, power mirrors and door locks, keyless entry, a CD player, tilt steering, speed control, a rear window defroster, 16-inch wheels, a split-folding rear seat, and underneath it all, a 4.0-liter overhead-cam V6 engine that will get you 210 horsepower.

-          V6 Deluxe Coupe: comes at $19,215, which will get you all the features of the Standard, except the wheels come in a machine-faced, aluminum design.

-          V6 Premium Coupe: offers 16-inch chrome spinners, a 500-watt audio system with MP3 capability and a six-disc CD changer, and a six-way power driver’s seat, all for $20,090.

-          V6 Convertibles: have the same features as their coupe counterparts, coming at $23,940 for the Standard, $24,040 for the Deluxe, and $24,915 for the Premium.

-          The Pony Package: new to the 2006 Ford Mustang, customers can choose to have a V8 setup without the larger engine. The car will come with firmer suspension, a custom grille with fog lights, Pony emblems and larger (17-inch) wheels.

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