Ford Mustang review

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Section: Interior

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  • Ford Mustang Coupe 2019 front left cornering
  • Ford Mustang Coupe 2019 rear cornering
  • Ford Mustang Coupe 2019 RHD dashboard
  • Ford Mustang Coupe 2019 RHD rear seats
  • Ford Mustang Coupe 2019 RHD infotainment
  • Ford Mustang Coupe 2019 front left cornering
  • Ford Mustang Coupe 2019 left panning
  • Ford Mustang Coupe 2019 rear right tracking
  • Ford Mustang Coupe 2019 RHD steering wheel
  • Ford Mustang Coupe 2019 RHD front seats
  • Ford Mustang Coupe 2019 RHD boot open
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Interior

The interior layout, fit and finish

The Ford Mustang’s driving position is relatively comfortable for the most part, even for tall drivers. The driver’s seat has lots of electronic adjustment and adjustable lumbar support, while the steering wheel has a wide range of movement. 

The standard seats come with leather upholstery and plenty of lateral support, although the padding is quite firm, which might leave some people a little stiff after a longer journey. The optional Recaro seats hug you tightly and feature less hard padding, making them comfier over large distances. 

The standard 12.0in digital instrument cluster is more impressive, with sharp graphics and a choice of layouts. The set-ups range from analogue dials to simplified Sport+ and Track Mode displays, which show the rev counter as a horizontal bar with lights that flash when it’s time to change up. 

Unfortunately, the impressiveness of the instrument cluster is not matched by the Mustang’s Sync 3 infotainment system. This 8.0in touchscreen has big icons and is fairly responsive, but it looks pretty basic (the same one can be found in the Ford Focus).

More positively, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto smartphone mirroring systems are standard, enabling you to use your phone’s sat-nav through the touchscreen. This is particularly handy because you have to pay extra for sat-nav on every model excepts the Mach 1.

If you take your in-car listening seriously, we recommend pairing the Sync 3 system with the B&O’s premium sound system. It’s standard on the Mach 1 and a reasonably priced option on the GT, and is far more powerful than the premium sound system options for the Audi TT S and BMW 4 Series.

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