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Old 03-21-2016, 10:47 AM   #36
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I've driven both, I like my V6, and would prefer the V8. But, not at the $5-6K extra. $2-3K hell yeah.

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side note OP's thread/post seemed ok to me as others mentioned it's all good (even Chevy)
But what if you are sittin in your Chevy and you feel somethin' heavy?
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It might be the 2015. I drive a 14 GT, took the 15 out for a test drive w/o the salesman. Was not impressed at all, Sluggish is a good word. Had the wife drive it, and when we got back, she asked the salesman if something was wrong with it.

In the end, get what makes you happy. Couldn't be happier with my 14.
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I love my S550 5.0. It's more power than I need, less car payment than I can afford, and far more fun than rolling your best friend down a hill in a barrel. Your comment doesn't offend me, as a 5.0 owner, it actually brings a smile to my face that so many other guys and gals grin like idiots when driving THEIR cars too. You guys are a riot!
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it's easier to use all the power in my V6...that don't make it better than yours.

Oh wait, yes it does....ya wanna trade?

Lol!!! I forgot to mention that I recently added a lca, relocation brackets and radials. I don't have that issue anymore. Now it hooks!!!


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I will have to say...NOT INTERESTED!

(Currently I have a 3.7 manual 2014 base model)

First off I am so glad I decided to snag my 2014 v6 in July 2014 right before the new 15 models came out. I'm not going to bash all day about the new body style, it is nice looking, but I think ford is headed towards a sleeker market body style and going away with the ridged muscle car lines but that's another topic entirely.

After the test-drive at Gus Machado Ford here in Cutler bay, a 2015 5.0 in manual, this is a just a 'my thoughts' and first impressions on the new body style and overall change.

I walked in to the dealer and told the salesperson that I would curious as to what the new mustangs drove like and just wanted some impressions on drive ability, the live rear-axle and, the overall change from a 2014 to a 2015. I test drove a 2015 Premium Convertible in Burgundy 5.0 with a manual transmission. First impression of the inside was..top notch interior. So many more buttons and functions than my 14 base. Of course this would take getting used to but in today's age, a lot of controls are to be expected and even welcome with all the options available at the flick of a switch. I didn't focus too much on the interior and focused more on how the new 5.0 shaped up to the older body v6. Some would say that's like comparing apples to oranges but I will continue.

With the package included on the car, it had a 3.55 gear ratio and I believe the track pack included. Overall driving impressions on the 5.0 after doing a dig to 60 and a little bit of rev matching and feeling the car throughout the powerband...

Not that impressed. The salesman told me, and I quote, "Well you have a v6, of course this is a lot more power, were talking about 435 horsepower!" I then said, how about you test drive my car and then you will see what I mean.

Needless to say the 3.73's, with a 93 tune and CAI on my 14' did the trick and the salesman honestly thought I did something else to the engine he was not sure about. Now THAT put a smile on my face.

To be fair, the 5.0 is an excellent platform to work on and with a little nudge to 3.73 or 4.10 and maybe test driving a coupe vs convert would have sold me for potential...but I still can't beat paying 22k for my base and putting in only 2k more to give a 5.0 driver with no mods a question at their new car payment.

Just thought I would share my fun experience on anyone thinking about tempting the new 15/16/17 waters on even a 5.0 without putting at least some aftermarket thought into it.

Have a happy weekend all!
Didn't realize this was the "v6" section, since the subject was something like driving a '15 GT or something like that. Anyway, when I hear a v6 owner downgrading a 5.0 it is immediately obvious to me that the V6er is still trying to justify his selection when deep down, he wants that V8. If they knew how obvious they sound when they do this, they might stop or go get the GT and live happily ever after.
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Didn't realize this was the "v6" section, since the subject was something like driving a '15 GT or something like that. Anyway, when I hear a v6 owner downgrading a 5.0 it is immediately obvious to me that the V6er is still trying to justify his selection when deep down, he wants that V8. If they knew how obvious they sound when they do this, they might stop or go get the GT and live happily ever after.
It is the V6 Dynasty!!! LMAO just messin. Yea no problems here. I will always compliment a GT. Sometimes I even snag a compliment back from a 5.0 owner. Both car platforms are nice and serve their own purpose in the market.
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I test drove a 5.0 GT with 3.73 gears a couple weeks ago. I did really like how it shifted, and that the clutch was much lighter than my own v6. I also very much appreciate the various drive modes being there and quality of interior.

It did sound pretty tame in comparison to my current pony, though. All I did with my v6 exhaust is CAI, but when I punch it on my v6 she roars and she kicks. The 5.0 was very polite. I want polite but throaty, so when I do go with a 5.0, I will likely want a CAI on it.

Overall, the test made me really appreciate my v6. She still felt very powerful when I sat back in her. Granted, I have my v6 tuned and some mods on her.

But honestly? I'm kinda tired of having to purchase my own upgrades. Sure, I want to personalize my mustang to a good extent, but next time? I'm getting the performance pack and the 5.0. But my reasons are shallow and probably lazy. I want that performance pack. And I want the sound, even if it's going to take a CAI to get it.
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I MIGHT have considered a V6 convertible when we bought our 2015, but Ford really screwed up by making the new V6 the bargain basement/rental fleet special. If I could have gotten the performance pack, leather, the Premium package etc. on a V6 -- again I might have at least considered it......................until I saw that Guard Metallic GT convertible in front of the dealer, and that eager young salesman came out with the keys and started it up. I was a goner so quickly that immediately is too slow a definition.
Starting up the V8 (and I even have the stock exhaust) with the top down in the garage, or a second gear blast to redline in a tunnel with the top down..........Heaven!
I so prefer Ford's firing order (and resulting exhaust note) on their V8's to the GM sound on theirs. More muscular, more "mechanical" sounding. I will NEVER tire of the sound of this engine.
As others have stated --- if you are in love with your V6, don't consider committing automotive adultery by lusting after the V8........but- please also understand our love for the sound and fury of our automotive vixen.
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Speaking of the new mustangs and their colors -- enjoy your Guard Green! I think it's a wonderful color and like it as well as my own Deep Impact Blue.

But alas, for 2016, I see Ford is doing away with both our colors!
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Speaking of the new mustangs and their colors -- enjoy your Guard Green! I think it's a wonderful color and like it as well as my own Deep Impact Blue.

But alas, for 2016, I see Ford is doing away with both our colors!
I am happy they are doing away with Guard, as I am not going to see our car coming and going like I to do with so many other colors. I was not aware they were doing away with DIB as well -- how do you feel about that?
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Well, I'm not really sure. I think they will replace it with something called "lightning blue"? I might be a little off on the name. So, as I do hope to purchase another mustang in the future, I'll withhold judgment on their new blue color until I see it in person.
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I have no idea why people feel the need to make these posts lol. I'm glad you thoroughly enjoy your v6. Honestly, I am. Don't take this the wrong way, but you're not going to make me question my car payment. I've got heated/cooled seats, a good sized navi screen, and enough horsepower to make my butt pucker. I'm quite satisfied with my purchase. And I don't have to deal with the typical, "oh it's just a v6" response. Which annoyed the hell out of me when i had a Sixxer.


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These threads always crack me up.

Listen, if you love your 3.7 and are happy with it then why are you going and test driving a 5.0?

I also agree with the statement above. There is no way that you got to actually enjoy the car on any test drive with a sales person in the car. A 5.0 wakes up after 3500+. My guess is you didn't crack 4000 at best. I would also put money on it that you never got more than 50% throttle.

I'm glad you like your car. But trying to convince us all that your tuned 3.7 and a set of gears makes your car as good as a new 5.0 is just silly.

By the way, I respect the hell out of the 3.7's. They are great motors, way better than previous year GT's when it comes to HP ect. But please 3.7 owners, quit making these threads trying to convince us all how you made the best choice ever by buying a 3.7 (and basing this around power to a 5.0). If it's because it does the trick for you, and you like it for xyz reason, cool. But stop trying to act like its going to mop the floor of a stock 5.0.

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Not that impressed. The salesman told me, and I quote, "Well you have a v6, of course this is a lot more power, were talking about 435 horsepower!" I then said, how about you test drive my car and then you will see what I mean.

Needless to say the 3.73's, with a 93 tune and CAI on my 14' did the trick and the salesman honestly thought I did something else to the engine he was not sure about. Now THAT put a smile on my face.
Y...you let the salesguy drive your car?
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After watching the Mustang GT owners jump all over this thread
when a poor shmuck dares to suggest that his V-6 runs almost as well as a GT,
I was wondering if the Shelby owners jump all over GT owners who proclaim that
their GT'S are fast? Just wondering. The v-8 guys have their own forum to compare testosterone levels, no need to invade this one. The fact is that these 3.7 "slugs"
are faster than 90 per cent of the Mustangs that have ever been built. For a great many folks who don't spend their weekends at the dragstrip, that will get the job done and then some.
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Don't worry. I've driven 6 coyote cars now and only 1 has impressed me for the money. 3.73's are a definite must with the mt82.

The 1 that impressed me was 92 Notch with i/e/t and T56.

As far as not showing out with a salesman you guys need to grow a pair. Most test drives the salesman is yelling at me by the end, regardless the vehicle.

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After watching the Mustang GT owners jump all over this thread

when a poor shmuck dares to suggest that his V-6 runs almost as well as a GT,

I was wondering if the Shelby owners jump all over GT owners who proclaim that

their GT'S are fast? Just wondering. The v-8 guys have their own forum to compare testosterone levels, no need to invade this one. The fact is that these 3.7 "slugs"

are faster than 90 per cent of the Mustangs that have ever been built. For a great many folks who don't spend their weekends at the dragstrip, that will get the job done and then some.

I actually own a v6 and agree they are fun cars but I am not delusional in thinking that my tune only 300 hp car is faster then a 435 hp GT. It's basically the equivalent to a civic with only a muffler passing a GT who isn't even racing him and thinks his car is faster.


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You need to drive one that's fully broken in and tuned. I kind of felt the same way when I test drove a 2014 GT with only 4 miles on the odo after getting used to mine with tune, CAI and 3.31 gears. Then I got behind the wheel of one with over 30k miles, and a track pack with 3.73 gears. Quite a difference.
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You need to drive one that's fully broken in and tuned. I kind of felt the same way when I test drove a 2014 GT with only 4 miles on the odo after getting used to mine with tune, CAI and 3.31 gears. Then I got behind the wheel of one with over 30k miles, and a track pack with 3.73 gears. Quite a difference.
I think my 3.7 with 3.73s is a beast, I could only Imagine a 5oh with 3.73s!

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As far as not showing out with a salesman you guys need to grow a pair. Most test drives the salesman is yelling at me by the end, regardless the vehicle.
That's because it's still theirs to sell!

Last time I had my car anywhere near a dealership, it was for service and the service tech nearly crashed it with me in it! The service dept then proceeded to botch a repair and crush a rocker moulding because they couldn't put it on a lift properly. But hey, if you want to trust a stealership with your car, peace be with you.
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After watching the Mustang GT owners jump all over this thread

when a poor shmuck dares to suggest that his V-6 runs almost as well as a GT,

I was wondering if the Shelby owners jump all over GT owners who proclaim that

their GT'S are fast? Just wondering. The v-8 guys have their own forum to compare testosterone levels, no need to invade this one. The fact is that these 3.7 "slugs"

are faster than 90 per cent of the Mustangs that have ever been built. For a great many folks who don't spend their weekends at the dragstrip, that will get the job done and then some.

We are on the same page, but you have to admit it's funny when ppl still say since its v6 its not a real mustang.


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A Mustang with a V6 is like a non alcoholic beer. It's just a waste of space.
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I wonder if the GT 500 guys and 350R guys say the same thing about 5oh guys.....

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I will push cars with sales in it, but only after a bit and after telling them I'm going to do it. I will say I won't go crazy through turns with a passenger but I'll fully try power/brakes in anything I've driven.

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I love my 3. 7 but I'd definitely look into a 5.0 for the sound alone lol.

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Scott, ya made me laugh thx
Just stirring the pot and honestly meant no disrespect here.

Truth of the matter is the new V6's would run circles around the V8 in my very first Mustang, a Mustang II from 1977.
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