Should I get the new 2011 mustang v6 gets 31 mpg? I'm just turning 17 ?
Lets ask some questions:
-Do you have the money to pay for this car? If not, can your parents pay for it?
-Do you really want the car? Are there any other alternatives that interest you?
-Are you aware that you're 17 years old and will be driving a brand new muscle car? And if you are, are you aware that you're at an age where your real world driving experience is minimal?
Be smart and realistic here. You're young, you're inexperienced, and you'll be driving a car that with your age/experience creates the perfect recipe for disaster.
I understand if you don't want a cheap piece of crap as your first car, but consider the losses. But yourself a moderately good car instead if you must, but don't invest on something that's most likely going to be wrapped around another car in the near future.
There's a reason why insurance agencies charge so much for teens and for those types of cars.