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Old 01-02-2015, 10:20 AM   #106
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Care to name these other cars with "ALOT" better performance at a cheaper price than the EB?

Hopefully you don't say any that look terrible

Yea for real you can get an ecoboost for around 24-25k what other car new has better performance drivability? I would like to know


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Calm yourself children, if you don't go looking yourself, then any car I list will obviously just start an argument. I've driven a lot of cars around the world, and in my opinion there are 3 or 4 cars I'd rather have than the ecoboost with similar 0-60 or better, highly modofiable, and have better drivability. The new Jaguar f type v6 is a lot like the current 2015 mustang v6 but costs a lot more, but if I were to say that on a Jaguar forum? Instant hate based off fanboys.

Just be open minded and realistic about what this car is really competing against. I've already heard of plenty of people in Singapore asking about this car, and most of them are cross shopping gti-r's and Audi tt's.
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At least Ford has stirred some interest in Singapore. They will be proud.


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Yea for real you can get an ecoboost for around 24-25k what other car new has better performance drivability? I would like to know


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So...list? Lol

The FR options for 23k aren't that great (thinking v6), and for 25k?

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As I heard on fast lane daily probably the reasoning;is they want to promote their ecoboost system. and detuning the six banger making the 3.7L slowly disappear. Not his exact words but basic grasp of it


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As I heard on fast lane daily probably the reasoning;is they want to promote their ecoboost system. and detuning the six banger making the 3.7L slowly disappear. Not his exact words but basic grasp of it


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Is this your signature, or did you write this? Lol

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Signature everyone writes about their car so just following the crowd. Plus get a lot of messages about my MG. Didn't think people on a mustang site would be interested in a tiny British sports car (if you can call it a sports car)


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Not sure if you are being sarcastic or not, but Singapore is literally infested with supercars. I went there on vacation 3 years ago. Lot of filthy rich people in that little country, and they love cars. One of my friends worked there for a while and he would take his DB9 across the border to Malaysia where he could go near top speed and just pay off the police officers if he got caught.
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Yep, Singapore cars cost a LARGE premium to other countries, mainly because its a small island so cars are taxed ridiculously to keep numbers down, not that it works. One of my friends dads drives a Maserati as a Work vehicle.

Trust me, in a country where it cost over $200,000 for a faster car (gti is 230k+) you will see ALOT of supercars. Thus the Singapore F1 night race.

I lived there for 9 years and can say I saw every lambo produced, even a modded sesto elemento...

Oddly there is a VERY private mustang collector in Singapore, supposedly owns almost every rare model, but not allowed to drive them and he never shows them.
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In actual fact, a few members of the Malaysian royal family drive mustangs.

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