I was fortunate enough to pick up a 2015 GT premium this past Tuesday. Traded a base 2013 5.0 in on it. I'm still in the "break in" period so I haven't been able to really open her up yet, but comparing it to my '13, this car drives, looks and feels like a $70000 car, IMO. Even though I haven't floored it yet, I did get on it a little bit while having it in track mode, and it actually felt more responsive than my '13 5.0 with the 93 octane race tune, but I won't really be able to tell until I can open her up. It uses the same MT-82 gearbox, but you would never tell since it shifts so nice compared to the outgoing car. It uses a different clutch than what was on my '13 so I'm still getting used to it. I don't regret my purchase whatsoever. Anybody who skeptical owes it to themselves to drive one.
2016 Competition Orange Ford Mustang GT premium 6spd manual with 3.55s
completely stock...for now
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I looked at over a dozen 2015 Mustangs yesterday. I may be making my 4th Mustang purchase since 2006 here shortly. A yellow GT Supreme 50th.
Compared to my 2010 Challenger SRT8 & 2012 Camaro SS/RS my 2013 Mustang GT interior felt a bit cheap but the 2015 GT Premium 50th interior beats them all. Those seats are amazing. Ford has raised the bar.
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