I might as well chime in on the 2015 Mustang. Based on the renderings I have seen, I don't like it. As an old school American, I have little use for a Eurasian-Stang. I like my 2011 GT and plan to keep it. I don't like to see the Mustang as a 2 door Fusion nor a car the size of a Mustang II, of which I drove and owned back in the day. Since Ford has decided that is the way they are going, so be it. Having said that, I fully understand what Ford is doing. The fact is, we Americans have not bought enough of these cars recently to justify the continuation of an American only sports car. They must expand their buyer base if the car is to survive now. I agree with their decision to make it a world car, as much as that goes against my redneck heritage. Business is business. I hope my future grandkids get to see the latest Mustang years from now and appreciate it like I have the past models since childhood.
2011 Mustang GT 5.0, Kona Blue, Auto, Quarter Louvers, Black Bullitt Wheels. GT500 Axleback Exhaust.