2024 Ford Mustang GT Review // $50,000 V8 Champion

Dragoon

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The 2024 Ford Mustang GT ($44,090 starting in the US, $48,500 in Canada) has seen many updates and styling changes in what Ford calls the all-new Mustang. With new dual air intakes and dual throttle bodies, the 2024 Mustang GT makes more power and torque from its beloved 5.0 L Coyote Engine - pushing the numbers up to 486 hp and 415 lb ft respectively. But is it really all-new? And how does it compare to the previous generation? Thomas and James are eager to get behind the wheel of the latest pony car from Ford. We hope you enjoy the episode.
 

BSpankinAz

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It wasn't this review I believe but another review stated that the GT feels smaller than it is. So far so good. That's the type of comment I am looking for.
 

El Chorizo

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It wasn't this review I believe but another review stated that the GT feels smaller than it is. So far so good. That's the type of comment I am looking for.
It amazes me how large cars have grown over time.

I switch between my 2003 Lightning and a 2018 F-150 quite a bit and the size difference is immense. The newer trucks are just so much wider, it's amazing.

Both single cabs as well!
 

Ryunket

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It amazes me how large cars have grown over time.

I switch between my 2003 Lightning and a 2018 F-150 quite a bit and the size difference is immense. The newer trucks are just so much wider, it's amazing.

Both single cabs as well!
I have a '71 Mach1 along with a 2013 convertible, very very close to the same size. Would never have guessed it.
 
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