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The Ford Mustang is a unique proposition. It’s not only cheaper than its closest rivals, but also better equipped and more powerful. The running costs aren't cheap and it doesn’t handle as sharply as an Audi TT or BMW M240i, so if your heart is set on this piece of Americana, make sure you’re prepared for some compromises.
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Range-topping Mach 1 models get all the GT’s standard features as well as the more powerful 5.0-litre V8, special aerodynamic styling, a smattering of Mach 1-specific vinyls and badges, MagneRide adaptive suspension, an upgraded Bang & Olufsen sound system, built-in sat-nav and upgraded Brembo brakes.
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It may be more expensive to buy and run, but it’s worth digging deep for this sumptuous slice of American pie. The 444bhp engine needs working hard to deliver the goods, but take it up to 7000rpm and you’ll be smitten. Also found under the bonnet of the limited-edition Bullitt variant, but with an even meatier 453bhp.
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