To really appreciate the Mustang you must get behind the wheel, you need to have a little fun driving this Mustang to truly appreciate this car. The 1991 Ford Mustang brochure opens with how important it is to have fun driving because this is not basic transportation. We open with the Mustang GT and we learn that the GT is equipped with everything you need to have lots of fun if you like performance. At first look you the ground effects are obvious and very sharp. Equipped with a 5.0 liter V-8 engine that puts out 300 ft. lb. torque and 225 horses. The Mustang GT has a powerful wide stance with 55ZR radial tires and 16-inch cast alloy wheels, a performance suspension system, full instrumentation and a 5 speed manual transmission. Now that what you call powerful and fun.
Now lets turn to the 1991 Mustang LX, which actually looks pretty good for a lower trim level. The 1991 Ford Mustang brochure has several pictures of the LX model that look nearly as good as the GT model. Both the hatch back and the convertible look every bit as good and sporty as the Mustang GT, plus you can get the LX model with the 5.0 liter V-8 engine. You can still get the preferred equipment package that was originally offered last year, which is a great deal no matter how you do the math.
The interiors of both Mustang models are available in several different configurations, which allow you to personalize your Mustang. I always thought that Ford did a good job on interiors and they didn’t let me down with the 1991 Mustang. The 1991 Ford Mustang brochure has good description and picture of the driver side air bag restraint system. Whether you want cloth, velvet or leather you are in luck. The 1991 Ford Mustang sales literature displays several comfortable and stylish interiors all you have to do are pick your favorite.
See the 1991 Ford Mustang Brochure PDF and Sales Literature
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