Yeah, I have a 2010GT Mustang as a daily driver, and I've driven the new ones. I even considered the GT350, but the dealer markup (as compared to the C7's dealer discounts) makes it a no brainer as to which car is the better performance/$$ value. I'm also much happier to be back in a pushrod V8. The new 5.0 (or even the 4.6) is a decent engine, but you can't beat the wide RPM range torque of the LT1.Traded a 2015 Mustang GT PP that was tuned by Lund with Kooks Headers and exhaust Steeda Intake MGW shifter and some BMR suspension parts.
Hers a Pic, She was a beast but The C7 is much more refined.