Brute force/value quotient pushes the GT/Boss variants past their competitors in the class. In comparo tests done in CD and other publications, the V6 is pitted against like optioned offerings that win on technology, fresher looks and handling performance, at least according to said publications. This consistent theme indicates that the mag writers are wanting Ford to do what's necessary to compete head to head with the FR/BRZ and the Genesis Coupe. That may actually happen in 2015 or shortly thereafter. The fact that Mustangs have been represented in the Top 10 for three years running makes me happy to be driving one. Heck, the V6 gets mentioned in the same vein as the GT500, what could be wrong with that?
2014 Race Red Base Model-3.7L, MT82, Tech Package, 18" Black Factory Wheels, AirRaid CAI