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2014 Mustang v6 front passenger carpeting

Bought the Mustang new off the lot, had it for a week now and noticed when vacuuming the front passengers carpeting seems short compared to the drivers side and all this insulation and wiring is showing as pictured.

Is this how it's supposed to be as stock? if so, I'm kind of surprised and disappointed.

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Are those wires etc. actually attached to the carpet? Hard to tell.

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That black thing you see runs behind the Carpeted interior, I don't know if it is attached in anyway.
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thats what it looks like. Do not look at either the glove box hinge or where the headliner meets the winshield....every penny counts and at this price point I'm glad it went into handling/performance rather than luxurary (sp?)

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thats what it looks like. Do not look at either the glove box hinge or where the headliner meets the winshield....every penny counts and at this price point I'm glad it went into handling/performance rather than luxurary (sp?)
After being presented with Pandora's Box, I decided to open it up and wasn't able to notice the glove box hinge too well but picked up on the lack of a seam for where the headliner meets the windshield, it looks like it'll fray fairly easy. Good thing there won't be any kids in this Car.

I do feel they shouldn't have cheaped out on the head lining, or carpeting but it's whatever, it's still a very beautiful car, I love the performance so far.

Lets just hope its purely cosmetic interior stuff they cheaped out on and not mechanical. =X

You have a good eye! Thanks for providing an answer for me and then some.
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