...Why do you think the Mustang requires a safety system made for pickups and SUVs and isn't used on any other Ford car?
...Could it be because the Mustang is the only one using a pickup truck styled suspension underneath it, leaving it as the only Ford car with rollover vulnerabilities?
I dunno, could
be. But it sounds like you
know. Does the S197 Mustang have rollover vulnerabilities?
While each car had comparative strengths and weaknesses, the biggest impression I came away with; after test driving both; was that the 2012 Mustang GT was simply more fun
to drive than the Camaro SS...which, ironically, (given your "truck" comment) felt comparatively heavy, sluggish and numb.
2012 GT Yellow Blaze MT 3.73 * Steeda CAI & 91 Tune * Koni Yellows * Steeda Sports * BMR Adj. Panhard Bar, UCA, LCA's & Brackets * Barton Shifter & Bracket * Ford Brake Duct Cooling Kit * Steeda Brakes * Hypersilver Eurotek O2 19x9.5's * 275/40ZR19 Michelin PSS's * Ford Racing Touring Mufflers * GT/CS Front Valance * Boss Splitter * Blackout Fogs, Deck Lid & MMD Tail Light Trim * GT500 Rear Diffuser & Splash Guards * Infinity Ref. Fr. Speakers * Custom Faux Gas Cap * Redline Hood Struts *.