This Pony is loud and proud
wheels and Recaro seats, our GT car also came with a list of good comfort items. These included a huge glass roof, an electronics package that includes a voice-activated navigation system, and dual-zone climate control.
The optional Recaro leather seats were previously found in the Mustang Boss. If you are a regular reader of Mustang reviews, you know how great these seats are. I have to echo those statements. Not only are the seats comfortable, they’re extremely supportive. They fit just right, regardless of driving position. Rear-seat legroom is tight, even for children. My 10-yearold daughter found little knee and foot room, but she did comment on the comfort of the seat itself. The rest of the interior is not as notable as the engine or seats, but the build quality seemed very good overall.
For people like me, who enjoy technology, the Mustang provides a lot of opportunities for customization. This includes the ability to adjust the weight of the boost for the steering as well as changing the interior ambient and dash lighting. The car’s voice-activated nav system and rear-view camera, all courtesy of Ford’s SYNC system, are also useful additions. I liked the flexibility to tailor the Mustang to my taste and found the SYNC system easy to navigate.
One of my favourite features found on the Mustang’s SYNC system, though, was the Track Apps. This
2014 Ford Mustang GT Coupe.