Originally Posted by TexArmageddon;6937626[I
]I for one have never Viewed the mustang as a Muscle/Pony car[/i]... Those are nothing more than stupid Monikers... The mustang is and always has been a Sports Coupe car. Hence, like any other company that wants to succeed .. You have to be better than other sport coupes in the price range of your product. Lower tier cars have always had one focus.. Look what we can offer for cheap compared to high price brands such as Ferrari Etc.. The goal has never changed.. never will.
Happily, everyone gets to have their own opinions. But if you are trying to sell a product into the market, then you really need to understand how "the world - including your potential customers" view your product. It certainly appears that "MotorTrend" sees competition between Mustang, Camaro and Challenger
"GM is keeping meaningful details on the sixth-generation 2016 Chevrolet Camaro tightly under wraps, but given the updated Hellcat-powered 2015 Dodge Challenger
, and the all-new 2015 Ford Mustang
, the Camaro has its work cut out for it if it hopes to retain its pony car sales crown."
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