2017 Ford Mustang
in Saint-Léonard on autoExpert.ca # P5351

2017 Ford Mustang

2017 Ford Mustang

  • Make: Ford
  • Model: Mustang
  • Year: 2017
  • Mileage: 65,173 km
  • Transmission: manual
  • Drive Type: rwd
  • Ext. Color: black
  • Engine: 4 cylinders
  • Fuel Type: premium unleaded
  • Stock no.: P5351

Un essai routier avantage toujours Ford Mustang. 2017. Ne manquez pas ce modèle Ford! Ce véhicule est arrivé dans notre cour la semaine dernière! Affichant moins de 70 000 km au compteur, ce véhicule compact est la preuve que c'est dans les petits pots que l'on trouve les meilleurs onguents! Parmi les principales caractéristiques on retrouve des sièges à commande électrique, un compte-tours, des essuie-glaces à vitesse variable, et un climatiseur. Lors de sa conception, ford a mis sa tenue de route et son caractère sportif au centre de ses priorités. Ce véhicule propose une transmission manuelle à propulsion arrière et un moteur 4 cylindres de 2,3 L. Passez dans notre salle d'exposition, vous aurez l'occasion de toucher et inspecter tous nos véhicules en personne.

Cruise control, Power windows, Driver airbag, Fog lights, Passenger airbag, Stability control, Block heater, Anti-theft system, Onboard computer, Day lights


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New Ford Mustang Is Everywhere

Ford has opened the taps wide open on their promotion of the new 2015 Mustang, much like they did fifty years ago when they embarked on a marketing campaign that reached heights never heard of at the time. The 2015 Ford Mustang won't even be available to us mere mortals until fall, but they are pouncing on marketing initiatives that will expand their reach to markets both traditional and not so traditional. The company's iconic muscle car is simply everywhere. Last week the new Ford Mustang made a splash at the New York International Auto Show, where the world's eyes were focused on the 50th anniversary edition, rendering rivals nearly invisible. Ford recreated it's 1965 stunt, where they somehow managed to display the Mustang from great heights- the 86th floor observation deck of the Empire State Building.
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Cars That Tried To Replicate The Mustang's Success

The Mustang's wild success and popularity fifty years ago was almost unbelievable. Certainly, it was enough to create a great deal of envy among Ford's rivals. This of course spurred them to try and match the Mustang's success, each of course failing to do so. Other companies tried to develop their own version of the pony car, and within three years there were several competitors to the Mustang, but no other even came close to matching the Mustang's sales in the 1960s. The Mustang had a formula, one that was pretty straightforward. It came in three body styles- a coupe, a convertible and a fastback. It had a variety of engine choices and a low starting price. It also came with a wide list of options that allowed buyers to personalize their Mustang. Fifty years later one would think that it shouldn't have been too hard to replicate the formula, but it seems that manufacturers back then just couldn't make it work. Chrysler actually hit the market two weeks earlier than Ford with it's compact Barracuda. As the Mustang was derived from the Falcon, the Barracuda shared DNA with the Plymouth Valiant economy car.
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2015 Ford Mustang Convertible Revealed

While the 2015 Ford Mustang has not yet arrived at dealerships, information about the convertible model has begun to appear. First of all, if you were hoping for a hard top convertible, forget about it! The 2015 Ford Mustang Convertible has a fabric roof and it comes in one colour, black. The three-ply roof has a softer appearance through the addition of a fourth and reinforcing foam insulation between the reinforcement and the top layer. The opening mechanism, developed in collaboration with Webasto, is now fully electric. It is quieter, more compact, and simpler than the electric-hydraulic mechanism it replaces. In addition, it is twice as fast, taking between 7 and 10 seconds to open, and 9 to 12 seconds to close. Unfortunately, it only works when the car is moving slower than 5 km/h. This means you'll need to pull over to the side of the road to close it in the event of a sudden downpour.
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2015 Ford Mustang Already Available

Yes, believe it or not the 2015 Ford Mustang is already available... if you play the video game Need For Speed Rivals. Ford worked closely with Electronic Arts (EA) to provide all of the technical details of the new car. All this took place several months before the Mustang was unveiled to fans around the world, under tight secrecy.
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