2015 Ford Mustang GT Convertible Review
In the car world of weaponry, something like a McLaren can be compared to a scalpel: Itís delicate, precise, and requires a steady, educated hand to wield. On the complete other side of the spectrum, you have the Ford Mustang GT, which is more like a chainsaw: Itís loud, brash, kind of violent and can be operated by any ham-fisted dude bro worth his weight in energy drinks.
And this is what makes the Ford Mustang so likeable. You can just charge into any hardware store and buy a chainsaw. I donít really know where you would get a scalpel. The Mustang has been so wildly successful over its 50-year lifetime because itís so accessible: You donít need to be on a doctorís salary to own one, you donít need to have any advanced driving lessons to really enjoy it, and, because it is so down to earth, you can drive it without having people think youíre a snob.
Also, everyone knows what a Mustang is, even your dear Aunt Esther who knows nothing about cars. There are certain perks to driving an icon. Instant recognition is one of them.
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