Browsing through the 1992 Ford Mustang brochure the constant theme that runs through the literature is that the Mustang is a fun to drive car. You might say its just a 1992 Mustang but there are actually eight different configurations of the Mustang. You can get the fun to dive cars as a Mustang GT 2-door hatchback, Mustang GT convertible, Mustang LX 5.0L convertible, Mustang LX 2-door sedan, Mustang LX 2-door hatchback, Mustang LX convertible, Mustang LX 5.0L convertible and the Mustang LX 5.0L 2-door sedan. Obviously some are going to more fun than others, but they have a point when it comes to the popular vehicle. The Mustang sales literature makes you want to take it for a ride.
On the performance side the Mustang has the muscle that comes from 5.0 liter V-8 HO engine with electronic fuel injection that puts out 225 horsepower and 300 ft. lbs. of torque, not too shabby. One of the nicest features is that you can have the 5.0-liter V-8 in you Mustang LX if the GT isn’t your thing. The Mustang has become a legend after all these years and I don’t see it going anywhere but up when we talk about the future of the Mustang. The 1992 Ford Mustang brochure is not much different from last year but it does fill you in about he newest options and features for 1992.
The 1992 Mustang is loaded with standard equipment, but there is also a load of options to choose from to make your Mustang fit your personality. The preferred equipment packages have been very popular addition that can add different options to different trims that include dual lighted visor mirrors, cruise control, rear window defroster, premium sound system, leather seats, power seats, power locks, power windows, sunroof and so much more. 1992 Ford Mustang brochure is loaded with good information and great pictures, yet I am still holding out for a time when the real Mustang returns to the streets.
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