I would have to say Mustang. Although there are far more Mustangs on the road than there are Camaros, Mustang is still a much more fun car to drive in my opinion. Both Mustangs and Camaros have very limited visibility through the windshields but Mustangs are easier to see out of. But the Mustang seems pretty bulky compared to the Camaro, which some seem to like more. But when it comes down to it, its really your opinion.
That badge panders to hallowed memories of the Mustang’s revered old Windsor V-8 (1979–’95), which, as any member of the Mustang club will admit, fell 58 cc short of 5.0 liters. Ford’s 4.6-liter V-8s never seemed to eclipse memories of the not-quite-5.0, but it may be a different story with this barely 5.0 (4951 cc) successor. All aluminum, double overhead cams, 32 valves, variable valve timing on all four cams, a high compression ratio (11.0:1), four-bolt mains—the new V-8 shares bore centers but little else with the 4.6.