Welcome to 1997 did you know that there’s nothing like driving a Mustang. The 1997 Ford Mustang brochure tells us that there is nothing on the road like the legendary performance and style of a Ford Mustang. I guess that is really an opinion, however it is powered by a 4.6 liter V-8 215 HP SOHC engine. That alone is quite a bit of power for a car the size of a Mustang, therefore it should have a great deal of get up and go. You may prefer the Mustang convertible with a 3.8-liter SEFI V-6 engine. Either way you will be driving a legend that started back in 1964.
Lets take a look at the cockpit of a legendary American sports car as shown in the 1997 Ford Mustang brochure. The interior seating is ergonomically designed and equipped with bolsters and are firm and supportive just like professional racing seats. When you are in the drivers seat you will notice that the gauges and instruments and within easy reach. You can get behind the wheel with peace of mind with the dual airbags and three position seat belts.
Driving the mustang is great, but you will be impressed with how it handles. The Mustang GT features 16” aluminum wheels, P225/55ZR16 speed rated tires and sport-tuned “Quadra-Shock” rear suspension system or if you prefer you can upgrade to the 17”aluminum wheels with P245/45ZR17 low profile tires. You also may want to consider one of the preferred equipment packages that offers, rear spoiler, perimeter anti-theft system, anti-lock brake system, remote keyless entry, 460 watt stereo system, cruise control, rear window defroster and floor mats. The 1997 Ford Mustang brochure has a host of options and standard equipment that can make your Mustang just the way you prefer. With 10 different exterior colors shown in the sales literature you will have a hard time for your favorite.
See the 1997 Ford Mustang Brochure PDF Sales Literature
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