2001 Ford Mustang GT 4.6 from North America
An overwhelming Ford experience
1.The throw out bearing made noise and clutch assembly was changed at 7,000 miles.
2.The lower control arm was changed at 10,000 miles due to unusual tire wear.
3.The aftermarket headliner from the dealer installed sunroof has fallen and was changed at 11,000 miles.
4.The Head Gaskets were changed at 12,000 miles. The head gaskets have been the biggest problem so far. The car was gone a month due to a faulty install on the first set of gaskets by a Certified Ford Dealership.
The Mustang Gt is a great car as long as you are patient with the persisting problems.
The interior and appearance of the vehicle stand out from the rest, but the seats could use a make over. They are very uncomfortable and hard. The leather is soft and durable, but just uncomfortable.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? No
Review Date: 2nd December, 2002
30th Jan 2003, 18:15
I also own a 2001 Mustang GT. The throwout bearing went bad in my car at 7000 miles. Ford replaced the clutch with no problems. The car looks great, handles decent, but breaks poorly due to its weight. This is my third Mustang and it's the worst by far. If you want some snob appeal it's a good car for you, as far as the fun factor is concerned skip it!