MACH I Member
Joined: Oct 2010
Location: Toronto / Houston
I had a V6 that I drove all year. I traded it for a GT that I also drive all year. There really is no comparison. If you can afford the difference in price, get the GT.
The difference in MPG is marginal. With the V6 I averaged 10.5L/100 km (22 MPG) and with the GT I average 12-13L/100km (18-19 MPG) so far.
If you are going to drive it in the winter time, definitely invest in a good set of winter tires and rims. All season tires are garbage in the snow and summer tires aren't supposed to be used below 5 degrees C, let alone in the snow.
2018 GT350 - Race red
2012 Mustang GT/CS - Race red - Electronics package - Security package - 3.73 - Steeda shift knob - Steeda shift bracket - ProCal II Tune - GT500 ABs - Shaftmasters DS - Boss 302S Wheels - Build date: February 14th, 2012
2011 Mustang V6 - Pony Package Premium Coupe - Black - Charcoal Leather - Roush Front Fascia - Matte Black Lemans and Hockey Stick Hood Stripes - 6% HP Charcoal Tint - 3.31