2018 Mustang Owner Reviews (2)
8 months later, I still love my 2018 Ecoboost
Paul 2019-07-07 18:50:10
First, let me say that I originally wasn’t in the market for a new car. I had a 2014 V6 pony package Mustang that I lightly modded (suspension, cat back exhaust, CAI - no tune), which I was very happy with. One day in November I brought in my car for an oil change. I ran into the guy who sold me my car, who said he could get me into a 2018 for a sweet deal. I told him the only way was to get me a base 2018 ecoboost (cloth seats, 101A package, six-speed manual), but with zero impact to my payments, including down/trade. He made it happen, and I drove away with the. 2018. This car is a great car! 310 hp and 350 lb/ft torque may not sound like a lot, but it definitely is for a daily driver. I used to fill the car with 89 octane, but found that 91 octane gives me the most in performance and gas economy (27-28 mpg daily commute miles, 30+ mpg on long highway trips). The only mods I’ve made to this one are K&N drop in filter to replace the stock air filter, custom cat back exhaust (resonator delete, magnaflow muffler), cue ball shifter (because I grew up with them), and a strut tower brace to stiffen up the front end. The only mods I’m thinking of for the future are a tune, and maybe lowering springs. It’s that good! If you can get a hold of a 2018-2019 ecoboost, you have to give it a try. It isn’t as loud and powerful as the GT, but it is a GREAT daily driver that you can still have fun in the twisties on the weekends.
2018 2.3L EcoBoost, Lightning Blue Metallic
Verdayne Miley 2018-04-28 17:19:22
I always wanted a pony, but seemed to never be able to afford one. And although it's 40 years late, (I'm 56 years old), I love it. The only complaint I would have is, there's no room for anyone but a small child in the back. But of course, it IS a sports car, & NOT a station wagon. The 2.3L with the 10 speed automatic tranny is a peppy little thing.