Author: Jake |
April 18, 2011 |
#24 trying to follow the camaro I see
The only thing the Camero has on the Mustang is looks. Everything else is in the Mustang's favor.
I agree with mahoney. With Ford's new 5.0L the Mustang is now heads and shoulders above Chev. Besides the exterior styling, what does the camaro do better than the stang?
The Camaro is uncomfortable to sit in also. You sit like ridiculously low in relation to the body of the car, blind spots everywhere…I could not own one.
I agree with Trent. I test drove both and I felt really small in the Chevy. The huge pillars in the back make you feel small as well as make really bad blindspots.
Aside from this the Mustang can actually handle. With the 5 liter, like Gusser mentioned, the Mustang can turn circles around the Camero and run away in the straights.
Don't even get me started on the Boss 302.
I drove both and disagree, the Mustang felt like a 30 year old car to me, very squishy handling. Camaro was very crisp and on point, much more engaging car to drive. I also preferred the Camaro's interior and really liked the HUD and the Boston Acoustics stereo blew the Mustangs "Shaker" system away. I did like the Ford Sync system in that it was capable of working with more than Apple junk, and the lit logos in the thresholds were a cool feature. Also, these were both V8 Convertibles and the Mustangs trunk was about twice the size of the Camaros…Looooong story short is I like driving the Camaro way more.
WTG Buffalo Grove P.D.
What is #22?
Its a Panoz Roaster from the late 90's I think
#16 WTF Over? Looks like a Silhouette being pushed by giants. LOL
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