2005 Ford Mustang Brochure

Finally the all-new 2005 Ford Mustang brochure is here and it does a great of portraying the new Mustang. Its no secret that I haven’t been a big fan of the last few generations of the Mustang, but Ford hit the ball out of the park with the 2005 Mustang. Strong lines, good looks and plenty of power (although you can always have more) is the 2005 Mustang. This is a real Mustang as far as I am concerned, no more schoolteachers and spinsters; this Mustang has sport and style. Not that a schoolteacher or a spinster couldn’t drive the 2005 Mustang because if they did they wouldn’t be your average car buyer they would be cooler.

2005 Ford Mustang brochure

The 2005 Mustang doesn’t end with new sheet metal. Just take a look at the 300 horsepower motor, the 4.6L SOHC has three valves per cylinder and develops 320 ft. lb. of torque. Coupled up with computer-managed controls, variable camshaft timing and electronic throttle control and you have a beast. The 2005 Ford Mustang brochure shows you a powerhouse that knows how to perform and it looks good at the same time. Pedal to the metal time for those you that are bold enough the have a 2005 Mustang Mach1.

2005 Ford Mustang brochure PDF sales pamphlet

The all newly redesigned Mustang that includes performance and stylish still has more to offer. We get a first hand look at the car in the 2005 Ford Mustang brochure. The Ultra-Rigid chassis structure is at home whether it’s on the street or the track. This stronger and stiffer undercarriage means better breaking, acceleration and turns. Now add three-link solid axle rear suspension and MacPherson front suspension along with bigger brake rotors and stiffer calipers and you have something that could be comfortable on the track as well as the street.

2005 Ford Mustang Brochure PDF and Sales Literature


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