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Ford made minor changes to the exterior of the Mustang for the 2010 model year, but updated its interior extensively. The Mustang now comes with Sync and navigation is available.
The style of the Mustang is unmistakable, with an inset black grille underneath a hood overhang. That hood also bulges up dramatically, giving the car a muscular look.
This Mustang came with a 4-liter V-6 engine producing 210 horsepower and 240 pound-feet of torque. In GT trim, the Mustang gets a V-8.
Many four-seater convertibles look like a bathtub on wheels with the top down, but the Mustang manages to keep its style.
The cloth top on the Mustang Convertible uses latches up front and is fairly slow to retract.
The Mustang's suspension is very harsh, communicating road imperfections into the cabin. However, it stays relatively composed in hard cornering turns.
The Mustang's trunk space is not compromised by the convertible top, but it isn't a very big trunk.
Rear seat room is tight in the Mustang, with little leg room.
For the 2010 model year, Ford adds Sync to the Mustang, and makes a navigation option available.
The steering feels responsive, but the handling is heavy. There is nothing nimble about the Mustang.
The voice command button on the steering wheel gives you access to Sync's MP3 player and phone integration, and it is the best in the business.
Ambient lighting on the instrument cluster can be changed, with different colors for the gauge dials and their outer rings.
The five-speed-automatic transmission doesn't offer a manual shift mode, limiting the car's sport capabilities.
Lacking the navigation system's LCD, this display has to suffice for music selection.
Sync indexes MP3 players and other sources, letting you choose music by album, artist, and genre.
911 Assist, another feature of Sync, automatically places a call to an emergency operator if it sense the car has crashed.