Discovering The Truth About Cars
Buying a car is not just a financial investment but an emotional one as well. You may remember the 2015 mustang that was a great improvement of the S197 which came with a better interior, independent rear suspension, turbo-fed 4-cylinder EcoBoost engine as well as a GT engine. If you thought this was too much then the 2018 Mustang is going to have you amazed. If you are all the way in about cars then this is something you should get. If this is something you want in your garage but you already have the 2015 model, you can just decide to trade it in. The available transmission options have been upgraded to give you more options. The most noticeable one is the all-new 10R80 10-speed automatic transmission. This is something Ford has worked on with General Motors and the technology has been applied in the Camaro ZL1 as well as the new Raptor.
This is a sub-4 second car which can travel on a sprint 60 MPH. For those who get the thrill from using the manual transmission, the MT-82 6-speed transmission has been upgraded as well. It has been made optimal for torque capabilities. An optimal torque capabilities to 350 lb-ft has necessitated the addition of a clutch that is better than you have ever seen before for all EcoBoost models. All GT models are expected to come with the twin-disc clutch so that the car can offer a greater pedal feel as well as torque management. All engines are featured in all gears in the new 2018 mustang where there is the no-lift-shift. This is something every person who knows his way around cars should be happy about.
Next in line is the 12 inches LCD digital instrument cluster. This is a new addition to the model and the 2015 mustang does not feature it. It is not a standard, however, but even if you end up with the optional digital gauge cluster for the 2018 mustang it will be a great addition. Track, Sport and Normal all feature different layouts for the gauge and you will have this customized depending on the type of driving you will be doing. If autocross or road course is a norm for you and you reside in a Track mode, emphasis on the vehicle tachometer across all the upper part of the cluster. You do not want to miss out on experiencing the MagneRide damping system. This is a computer-controlled system which tightens as well as loosens shocks and struts as you drive the vehicle on the tracks, and this is done at least a dozen times every second.
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