Back Wheels Flail In This 2015 Ford Mustang Super Fail

Ford keeps upping the ante in terms of ferocious rear wheel torque and that smooth, classic Ford Mustang feel. However, car loaders be warned: that back wheel torque can come back to haunt! When loading your brand new Ford Mustang into the back of a trailer or moving truck, definitely make sure your loading ramp is very well fastened.

Nothing Common About This 2015 Ford Mustang

While the flat plane crankshaft is turning heads with the 2017 Ford Mustang, the 2015 Ford Mustang is still one of the most prized American made sports cars in contemporary history. Edmunds rating gave it a 4.5 out of a possible 5 points and Kelly Blue Book delivered a staggering verdict of 9.4 out of 10 points – meaning not only has the 2015 Ford Mustang turned heads, it’s retained its value amazingly well.

The most common version of the 2015 Ford Mustang sold at Ford dealerships was the 3.6 L V6 manual coupe. As a standard, stock model, this iteration of a classic American sports car features rear wheel drive and 280 lb-ft of torque right out of the gate. Customized and premium versions often times can bring that torque up a bit higher with the GT V8 version offered through select Ford dealerships. An independent rear suspension and renovation of the aesthetics have made the 2015 Ford Mustang a must-have by sports car enthusiasts. And with custom builds offered through Shelby and others, it’s a high performance sports car that can be highly modified for racing and competitions.

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You can get this model with a highly advanced automatic transmission – but most drivers tend to prefer their 2015 Ford Mustang right out of the dealership with a manual trans