2010 Ford Mustang GT Convertible 4.6 V8 from North America
Fun, sexy and reliable
The soft top had a few tears and wear, but I was almost abusing it. The car's window goes down an inch every time you open it so that it clears the soft top, but it still touches it and wears the section. Clamps were unscrewing themselves and I had to unmount them to tighten them up twice, but in the end it was always loose and the car made some noise on the road.
Integrated torso support in the driver's seat stopped working.
The build quality of this car is really surprising. This car is really reliable, powerful, and fun to drive. I drove it in winter and in snowstorms. Clearly it's not an SUV, but you can manage around. And the sound... wow.
My biggest problem with the car is that I bought it new in 2010 with the new chassis, only to get frustrated by Ford that kept the chassis but integrated the 5.0 and the 300 HP V6 the year after. If I would've bought the car in 2011, I would still have it.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes
Review Date: 17th February, 2014