A new decade is here and the front of the 1980 Ford Mustang brochure tell us that the Mustang is a sports car for the 80’s. The Mustang has earned USAC certification after being tested against cars like the Porsche 924 and the Datsun 280ZX. These performance tests went through acceleration, cornering, steering response, and braking. The Mustang performed so well that it earned the USAC certification an award that very few subcompact cars can achieve. The 1980 Mustang focuses on many areas from fuel economy and performance to safety and excitement.
The 1980 Ford Mustang brochure offers new and improved power plants for this sports car. The 2.3 liter turbocharged is still in the line up, but the new 3.3 liter 200 CID I 6-cylinder engine is new along with the 4.2 liter 255 CID 2v V8 engine. The new styling has more emphasis on aerodynamic performance for better efficiency and fuel consumption. Steel belted radial tires are now standard on all models for improved performance and safety. The new Mustang also features unitized body construction with a one-piece shell which features better fitting seams.
The Mustang is still available in several configurations that include the 3-door, 2-door, Cobra Mustang and the Mustang Ghia. When you go through the 1980 Ford Mustang brochure you will realize that there are many choices when it comes to making your Mustang personal. The interior alone offers low back leather seat, low back cloth seats, low back cloth/vinyl seats, high back, cloth, vinyl, cloth/vinyl or Reclining Recaro seats in a variety of colors.
Looking for more in your new Mustang? No problem because there is more available than ever in the history of the Mustang. The 1980 Ford Mustang brochure also features a full range of audio systems that have optional 8-track or cassette and high-powered amplifier for the dual rear speakers. Other Mustang options include air conditioning, tinted windows, rear window defroster, tilt steering wheel, cruise control, and power locks. Take a look at the Mustang sales pamphlet and decide which one you want to drive.
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