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Fuel Economy Update for August - Staying Thirsty - 2015 Ford Mustang GT Long-Term Road Test

Edmunds.comEdmunds.com Posts: 10,059
edited September 2015 in Ford
imageFuel Economy Update for August - Staying Thirsty - 2015 Ford Mustang GT Long-Term Road Test

Our long-term 2015 Ford Mustang GT couldn't crack 16 mpg for the month of August, but we did set a new range record and enjoyed the heck out of its 5.0-liter V8.

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Comments

  • I guess you can't complain given the Horsepower, but still seems pretty low. You could more easily justify a higher performance electric car (presuming gas prices shoot up as they always do) at 16 mpg.
  • schen72schen72 Posts: 433
    This is the first Mustang that i actually like. I generally prefer German and Japanese sports cars, but now Mustang finally looks sophisticated and not like a toy.
  • I guess you can't complain given the Horsepower, but still seems pretty low. You could more easily justify a higher performance electric car (presuming gas prices shoot up as they always do) at 16 mpg.

    Nobody buys a V8 car for fuel economy.
  • socal_ericsocal_eric SoCalPosts: 189
    You don't buy a V8 for the economy, but even if you can afford to fill the tank regularly I doubt many people would complain if you didn't have to do it every few days with a lot of daily driving.
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