- 9,200 Miles
- Year Built: 2016(16)
Here we have a Stunning 2016 Ford Mustang GT 5.0 V8 finished in arguably the best colour Magnetic Grey with Black Leather. Registered 24th June 2016, It is beautiful condition of course with just 9,233 Miles and 1 Enthusiast Owner from New.
With 415bhp, 0-62 in 5 Seconds and a lovely burble of the 5.0 V8, whats not to love.
This example is loaded with some fantastic options:
- Metallic Magnetic Grey £595.
- Shaker Premium Audio System with Sync 2 Satellite Navigation £795
- Climate Controlled Seats (heating and cooling) £495.
- Reverse parking sensors £295.
- Professionally Under-sealed for UK use.
It has the usual features including: 19″ Black Alloys, Twin Exhaust System, Drive Mode Select, Climate Control, Air Con, Drivers Computer, Cruise Control, Multi Function Steering Wheel, Touch Screen Display, Bluetooth, DAB, Text Read Out, App Link, Rear View Camera, Electric Seats, Fitted Carpet Mats and much more.
This car has Full Ford Main Dealer Service History visiting the workshop at 6,177 Miles and more recently in September 2018 at 8,640 Miles. Ford Warranty Until June 2019.
All of our sales cars undergo an Inspection before being placed on sale, offering you complete confidence in your Investment. A pre delivery workshop check over is also carried out by performance specialists C1-R just before delivery to its new owner.
Call the Showroom on 01384 442369, or Andy 07769 298268 for further Information or to arrange a viewing.
Finance packages available for Business users and Private Buyers that can be tailored to suit your Individual requirements.
Part Exchanges Welcome too of course.
Its powertrain brings with it an appeal that engines with fewer cylinders simply cannot, and its inherent chassis balance is absolutely peachy. Sensibleness be damned, it’s a car we’d recommend wholeheartedly.
Auto Express said
There’s an assumption that V8-powered American sports cars are fast in a straight line and hopeless in the corners, but the new Ford Mustang knocks that theory for six. An archaic live rear axle set-up hamstrung the last Mustang, but Ford has engineered the new model with independent suspension at all four corners, and the end result is a car that’s satisfying to drive.
UK manual cars feature four selectable driving modes – Normal, Sport+, Track and Snow/Wet – and these adjust the car’s throttle, steering and stability control settings accordingly. In addition, the steering has three levels of resistance, although feedback is a little vague in all modes.
On the road, the car’s suspension soaks up bumps, although the stiff chassis does tend to follow the contours of the road, but overall it’s a comfortable place to be. In town, the small windows limit visibility, but the controls are light enough that the car is easy to manoeuvre, while a reversing camera is fitted as standard to boost rear visibility.
On fast, twisty roads the Mustang performs admirably. It’s well balanced and changes direction quickly, while body roll is kept in check. Get on the power in corners, and the back end will squirm to get the power down, but switch the traction control off completely and you can provoke the car into slides relatively easily, while a smooth power delivery means it’s easy to control, made easier by the standard limited-slip diff.
Evo Magazine said
The Mustang GT V8 is the UK’s best performer, dispatching the 0-62mph in just 4.8 seconds depsite 1771kg kerb weight
Ford didn’t hold back on the design of the Mustang, appealing to its retro heritage, while still appearing contemporary. In a sea of BMW 4 series and Audi A5s the Mustang will definitely get you noticed