There is a Mustang for everyone according to the 1995 Ford Mustang brochure. I must admit that there are a number of configurations available to give you a different look and feel when you design your Mustang. You can select either the convertible or the ever-popular hardtop for your new Mustang and either a V-6 3.8 liter SEFI overhead valve engine that has 145 horsepower at 4000 rpm or you can choose the 5.0-liter SEFI (sequential electronic fuel injected) V-8 engine that develops 215 horsepower at 4200 rpm. Both of these Ford motors have plenty of power for a Mustang and provide a fun driving experience.
The Ford Mustang has more safety features every year to provide the Mustang driver and passenger’s peace of mind. The dual airbags, 3-point safety belts, extra strength steel door frames, plus available options like anti-lock brakes deliver one of the safest vehicles on the road today. The engineering that goes into the new Mustang is amazing; you will see in the 1995 Ford Mustang brochure that the safety equipment is only one aspect of protecting you and your passengers. The Mustang has front and rear crush zones to absorb and control the shock.
Ready to jump in and enjoy the creature comforts of the new Mustang like the firm and support of racing style seats, easy access to all controls and instruments, tilt steering wheel, driver foot rest, wraparound instrument panel, center floor console with armrest, interval windshield wipers, steering wheel and steering column mounted controls, power door locks, power windows and trunk release. The standard equipment list is long as shown in the 1995 Ford mustang brochure. Performance, peace of mind, comfort and fun are excellent words to sum up the experience of driving the new Mustang for 1995. The sales literature is loaded with the 1995 Mustang specifications, pictures and the information to help you decide on how to configure your next Mustang.
1995 Ford Mustang Brochure PDF and Sales Literature
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