This Pony is loud and proud

Winnipeg Free Press - Section E - - AUTOS -

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.

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