By Twain Mein
- V8 performance with fuel economy that matches a V6
- Seat comfort better than the Copacabana lounge
- Intuitive and easy to use infotainment system
- Unable to integrate my iPhone and confusing Bluetooth controls
- Rear seat configuration not child booster seat friendly
I Want to See You in the Morning
We recently drove the 2011 Mustang V6 Coupe “Premium Edition” which included leather interior, nav system, “Shaker” stereo, power seats, and the” Mustang Club of America” package (high performance 235/50/18 tires and styling accents). Additionally, this model had a 6-speed automatic, performance 3.31 axle ratio, HID headlamps, and rear view camera. As equipped, the base price of $25,845 swelled to $32,580.