10. 2013 Ford Mustang
Every week, we round up the five most popularly researched vehicles from the new car shopping section of AutoGuide.com. But those updates are limited to a single week. What would a year-long retrospective return? Here’s the answer.
Perhaps a testament to the taste Americans have for muscle cars, the 2013 Ford Mustang was one of the most popularly researched cars on AutoGuide.com through 2013. Earlier this month, Ford unveiled its 2015 Mustang along with a series of big changes meant to make it globally marketable. Those include an optional turbocharged four-cylinder engine and an independent rear suspension. But before that happens, you can still find a more traditional ‘Stang at Ford stores with an iron log between the rear wheels. Ford developed the 5.0-liter “Coyote” V8 as an answer to the 6.2-liter V8 powering Chevrolet’s Camaro. In its current form, the engine makes 420 hp, or more than enough to attract attention, good or bad.