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Old 11-16-2014, 01:55 PM   #1
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For the first time saw my first 2015 stang and....

Saw my first 2015 Mustang in close up and took some pics. And I'm still not sold..



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I like the car that's in the back center of the first picture lol


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I wish Ford would just let those Faux gas caps die. They look horrible. If they were functional it would be a different story but they just have a 'ricey' look to them. Aside from that I honestly do not see a huge difference between the 2014's and 2015's. I would compare it to the differences between the 05-09s, 10-12's, and 13-14's. Sure there are some differences but I dont see how you love one and hate the other.

With that said after looking at the eco boosts on Fords website I noticed that they take premium fuel. I wonder based on the market that these cars are targeting if that will hurt sales. Makes you wonder why Ford didn't lower performance a little allowing them to run on regular fuel as I know other eco boost engines do run off of 87. Lucky for Ford gas prices are at a all time low so its off a lot of peoples minds but still begs the question if gas prices start to rise if that would have an impact on eco boost sales.
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I wish Ford would just let those Faux gas caps die. They look horrible. If they were functional it would be a different story but they just have a 'ricey' look to them. Aside from that I honestly do not see a huge difference between the 2014's and 2015's. I would compare it to the differences between the 05-09s, 10-12's, and 13-14's. Sure there are some differences but I dont see how you love one and hate the other.

With that said after looking at the eco boosts on Fords website I noticed that they take premium fuel. I wonder based on the market that these cars are targeting if that will hurt sales. Makes you wonder why Ford didn't lower performance a little allowing them to run on regular fuel as I know other eco boost engines do run off of 87. Lucky for Ford gas prices are at a all time low so its off a lot of peoples minds but still begs the question if gas prices start to rise if that would have an impact on eco boost sales.
Its not that they are supposed to take premium, its that the power numbers they rate it at are at premium fuel. You can run 87 in it perfectly fine, if its like the 5.0 then the computer will automatically pull a tiny bit of timing to compensate, and make just a tiny bit less power. And now the ecoboost Ford is directly aiming toward Europe where they want the Mustang but also fuel efficiency, they have much better gas over there than us (more expensive than us, but better).
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Its not that they are supposed to take premium, its that the power numbers they rate it at are at premium fuel. You can run 87 in it perfectly fine, if its like the 5.0 then the computer will automatically pull a tiny bit of timing to compensate, and make just a tiny bit less power. And now the ecoboost Ford is directly aiming toward Europe where they want the Mustang but also fuel efficiency, they have much better gas over there than us (more expensive than us, but better).

Had anyone actually seen one and noticed if it says premium recommended or required on the gas cap? Small turbo engines made for HP are much more sensitive to octane levels then larger v8 engines with more displacement. If it can run fine on 87 that's great but I know similar platforms I've seen such as the Evos, Audi Quattros that have high hp 4 cylinder turbos will knock if you don't run premium.


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Had anyone actually seen one and noticed if it says premium recommended or required on the gas cap? Small turbo engines made for HP are much more sensitive to octane levels then larger v8 engines with more displacement. If it can run fine on 87 that's great but I know similar platforms I've seen such as the Evos, Audi Quattros that have high hp 4 cylinder turbos will knock if you don't run premium.


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I have seen an ecoboost in person. I didn't check the gas cap though. I'm positive Ford would not make a car and sell it globally if it can only take premium. I'm sure it has the same knock sensors as the 5.0.
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ecoboost requires premium and only runs on premium


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9.5:1 compression ratio on 15psi. Especially with Direct Injection it should be able to take 87 just fine.
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I was curious after thinking about it more and did a little more research and found a review by edmunds review of the ecoboost and they stated the below so apparently it can but it drastically reduces HP.

'There is one catch, however: the EcoBoost engine needs premium fuel to deliver its peak horsepower ratings. Put in regular gas and the EcoBoost can only muster 270 horsepower, although its torque output remains unchanged according to the engineers at Ford.'
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+1 that's exactly where I heard of this before 91 being required


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Yea it does reduce horsepower. But you CAN use 87 in it. It'll run and drive with 87. To 95% of the people who buy an ecoboost they aren't going to care about that drop in power.
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hmmm that silver one in the last pic sure has a big panel gap! yeesh!
& the back is pretty plain jane :-/
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For the first time saw my first 2015 stang and....

Back is ugly as Hell! Everytime I see it I cringe. Box looking euro car lol idk what it looks like >.<


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Back is ugly as Hell! Everytime I see it I cringe. Box looking euro car lol idk what it looks like >.<


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How??? That's my favorite part.


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Back is ugly as Hell! Everytime I see it I cringe. Box looking euro car lol idk what it looks like >.<


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How??? That's my favorite part.

i like the taillights, but the rest is just meh.
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How??? That's my favorite part.


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Last picture looks ok. Second to last makes me want to puke lol! It's not the tail lights I don't think. Just that it's so square. Like worse then the 05-09's lol


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Last picture looks ok. Second to last makes me want to puke lol! It's not the tail lights I don't think. Just that it's so square. Like worse then the 05-09's lol


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yes! between the taillights, its just a square plate
& i like the 06-09s :p
since my '06 was 1/3 cost of a 2014, you aren't getting much more for all that $ (different grille, rear, interior is the same, different engine)
maybe i'll like the '15s after i get close up to 'em
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yes! between the taillights, its just a square plate
& i like the 06-09s :p
since my '06 was 1/3 cost of a 2014, you aren't getting much more for all that $ (different grille, rear, interior is the same, different engine)
maybe i'll like the '15s after i get close up to 'em

The 11-14 is light years better than the 05-09. And the 15 is light ears ahead of the 11-14 lol


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yes! between the taillights, its just a square plate
& i like the 06-09s :p
since my '06 was 1/3 cost of a 2014, you aren't getting much more for all that $ (different grille, rear, interior is the same, different engine)
maybe i'll like the '15s after i get close up to 'em

I like the 14's. Unless some decent changes (moderate cosmetic, or extreme performance enhancements) come along, I'll prolly find me a garage kept 14 when I get out of college. But if there's a big leap in hp I may have to forget about the looks.........


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The 11-14 is light years better than the 05-09. And the 15 is light ears ahead of the 11-14 lol

uhh maybe. i like my 06, its still just like new, has a nicer interior, round vents, & i still like the shape better than the newer ones
& I haven't had 1 problem with mine yet :p
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For the first time saw my first 2015 stang and....

My favorite thing about the 15's is that interior.. It's beautiful!

That's always been my complaint about new edges. Their interior. That almost was the reason I bought a newer v6 lol. Couldn't pass up the new edge looks though along with v8 sounds. New edge is a beautiful car other than the caveman interior.


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I like the 14's. Unless some decent changes (moderate cosmetic, or extreme performance enhancements) come along, I'll prolly find me a garage kept 14 when I get out of college. But if there's a big leap in hp I may have to forget about the looks.........
mine was $10,000 & a 14 new was $30,000, so I don't see how spending an extra $20,000 is worth it.
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mine was $10,000 & a 14 new was $30,000, so I don't see how spending an extra $20,000 is worth it.

14 v6's were going for around 20k new this year. You could get v8's for 27-29k.

But that's neither here nor there. Not saying you should have gotten a newer car. I didn't and am entirely happy with no car note.


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I too just saw my first 2015. Compared to the 14 I like the 15's interior better but exterior I prefer a 14.
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Still hating the new eurostang American muscle=American muscle, who cares what Europe wants or does?!?mustang should always=mean AMERICAN MUSCLE! that black gt next to it is sweet though

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My dealer has a 2015 Yellow Eco-boost. The only thing I have issue with is the massive rear glass. Makes me want to plant something under it.
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I have a 15 GT, really don't think that the back glass is really any bigger than my 05 was. I didn't get the 50 years package just so I would not have the fake gas cap, the GT letters only is a much cleaner look. The interior is awesome in the 15, I'm 48 and have gotten used to the creature comforts my other vehicles have, nice to have them in the toy now too. Click image for larger version

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I have a 15 GT, really don't think that the back glass is really any bigger than my 05 was...

NICE!! ME LIKEY!!! The interiors look pretty sweet; the front is aggressive & badass; how's the suspension?
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Irs hops a little when you break them loose, rides great but still feels solid in the corners. Power to spare, sits you back hard through 4th. I did get the 3.55 rear and the 20" P-Zeros, does not take much to rip them loose. Parked for the winter now, it's going to seem long.
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I HATE WINTER!!! mine is parked until probably March/April *sobs
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I think the 15's look good for what they are. We all have our favorite generations and that's a good thing. You poor guys and your winters, I would hate to have to park my stang for months at a time. I get it though, I don't like driving my car in the rain even though I will if my wife's camry isn't available.
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