For the 2010 model year, Ford introduced the second version of the S197 Mustang with new muscular lines added to the overall look of the S197 Mustang first introduced in 2005. Also, 2011 brought the return of the legendary Ford 5.0 V8, now packing 412hp in stock form, as well as a new 3.7L V6 that puts out 305hp, making it the most powerful base model Mustang ever offered.
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The S197 Mustang was introduced in 2005 sporting an all-new design with heavy vintage influences. From the front to the back, the S197 Mustang wears styling cues that helped the original 1964.5 Mustang gain its early popularity. The S197 Mustang came with a standard 4.0L V6, a 4.6L V8 in the GT and when the new Shelby GT500 was introduced, it was powered by a supercharged 5.4L V8.
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The New Edge Mustang was introduced in 1999, adding new bolder, muscular lines to the SN95 Mustang chassis. The entry level engine for much of the New Edge Mustang era was the 3.8L V6 which was later replaced by a 3.9L V6. The engine in the New Edge Mustang GT was the 4.6L modular motor and there were a pair of high performance 5.4L engines used in the Cobra R and Terminator Cobra.
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The SN95 Mustang had big shoes to fill after the popularity of the Fox Body Mustang. Its curvy new style was unlike anything seen before on a Mustang. And while the SN95 started its life with the power of the 5.0L V8, that engine was replaced by the first 4.6L modular motor. During this generation, the base engine was a 3.8L V6 and in 1995, the Cobra R featured a 351ci (5.8L) V8.
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The Fox Body was the longest running generation of the Ford Mustang and to this day the Fox Body is still among the most popular of the generations. This generation saw a variety of Mustang engines, including with both turbocharged and naturally aspirated 4-cylinders, 6-cylinders and V8s measuring 4.2L and 5.0L.
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Although the Mustang II sold well when it was introduced in 1974, the M2 has obtained a less than wonderful reputation. This generation was the only one where Ford did not offer a V8 engine option (1974), but that problem was quickly solved when the 5.0L V8 returned in 1975. The base model engine for the Mustang II was a 2.3L 4-cylinder with an optional 2.8L V6.
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The Classic Mustang connotation covers the first few designs of the Ford Mustang, starting with the first units in 1964 and ending when the compact Mustang II was launched in 1974. Over the 9 year span of the first generation of the Mustang, there were a huge variety of engines offered, ranging from the 101hp 6-cylinder in 1964 to the high performance Boss 429 in 1970.
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