Ford Mustang Isn’t Settled With Camaro 1LE
The refreshed version of the 2018 Ford Mustang is coming ever closer and it is possible that we may see it arrive in 2017 at the Detroit Auto Show. It is looking as though it isn’t settled with the Camaro 1LE as it is going to be offered with a Performance Package 2, which puts it in-line with the Camaro.
With the arrival of the 2018 Ford Mustang we will be saying goodbye to the V6 engine. We believe this to be true as moles found that the engines dealer code brought back an “invalid” file, which means it doesn’t exist. So this means we should see the 2.3 litre EcoBoost four take over and some people are applauding this move.
On the options list for the 2018 Ford Mustang are dual-exhausts and ten-speed transmission, but then this is what has been rumoured for some time. On the Mustang GT and EcoBoost versions there is the option for Ford MagneRide dampers and of course the GT Performance Package along with the Performance Package 2. This means that the Mustang would have the same performance as the Chevy Camaro 1LE.
The 2018 Ford Mustang is also getting new paintjobs in the form of royal crimson and orange fury, the grabber blue isn’t going to be on offer, which is a shame, and the GT350 gets lead foot grey.