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Old 11-03-2014, 11:00 AM   #1
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Saw the '15 - Keeping my '13

I, as most of you are, was eager to see the new 2015. I finally found a dealer nearby that has about 20 as of this morning. I went by there - and yes - it is VERY cool looking. I sat in various models - 4, 6 and 8 cylinder, Premium and not, etc. There is one glaring thing wrong with this car for me - granted maybe not for the majority of you. The back seat is rediculously small in terms of headroom. I, as a middle aged father of two could NEVER consider this car. While that may seem silly to most of you - and I am sure I will get plenty of you saying to buy a Civic or a Fusion or whatever, that was the thing that enabled me to get a Mustang in the first place over all the other 'sporty' options.
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I hear that. My 5 year old LOVED going for rides in the 98 when I had it. That was about all it was good for tho lol. I have to go sit in them too. They are growing on me looks wise. I've seen what some of the aftermarket is doing with them and am eager to see what the special editions look like in a few years.

Still, it would have to be VERY good looking to beat what I consider the perfect looking car in the 11/12 GT.
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The fact is my wife (5'5") and 14 year old daughter (5'3") can ride in my car as a trip car from Atlanta to the mountains or to Tuscaloosa (3+ hours) or even the beach (almost 6 hours) comfortably. There is no way either of them could spend more than 45 minutes in the back of the new one without feeling like a pretzel and/or getting real grumpy - and I don't need that.
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