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Looking to get my first Mustang, '14 or '15, help me decide
Personally, I've always tried to stay away from the first year mustang of a remodel (ex: 94,99,2005) just because the first year I feel they are still working out all the tweaks and defects the car may have miles down the road that they didn't take into consideration. Also, having the new 2015, you will be very limited on aftermarket performance parts/appearance/handling because the aftermarket world has had so little time to work with these new layouts. I think the 2015 style is raw and beautiful. If you're going to wait until February, might as well wait a few more months until the 2016's come out. But this is completely up to you. It's your choice. As for the 2014's, I have a v6 and I love it. Ultimately, It's your baby that you'll be driving. Just my 2 cents.
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This is my 6th mustang. I'm addicted.
2014 V6 3.7 6-speed manual
AirAid CAI, Bama Tune, F&R Strut Tower Brace, Barton Short Shifter/Bracket
Stainless Steel Clutch Line, FRPP Cut n Clamp Xpipe, BBK Shorty Headers, Borla S-Types
Aluminum One Piece Driveshaft
The list never ends...
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