Ford Mustang review

Category: Coupé

Section: Passenger & boot space

Ford Mustang Coupe 2019 RHD dashboard
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  • Ford Mustang Coupe 2019 RHD steering wheel
  • Ford Mustang Coupe 2019 RHD front seats
  • Ford Mustang Coupe 2019 RHD boot open
  • 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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Passenger & boot space

How it copes with people and clutter

There's masses of space up front in the Ford Mustang, but despite its size, the two rear seats offer extremely limited space. Children and smaller adults will fit, but most people will find their knees brushing the seat backs.

There's a bit more head room than in the back of the Audi TT though, and the Mustang’s long doors provide easier access than you’ll find in even the Mercedes C-Class Coupé. The Audi A5 is considerably more comfortable.