Gateway Classic Cars of Denver is proud to present this 2011 Ford
Mustang. Ford made damn sure not to forget about the volume V-6
model, which now sports a high-tech 305-hp, 3.7-liter V-6 as
standard equipment. Yes, 305 ponies in a base Mustang, or just 10
fewer than the 2010 GT.For perspective, previous V-6 Mustangs were
forever plagued by a SOHC 4.0-liter V-6 with 210 hp and 240 lb-ft
of torque. The new all-aluminum DOHC engine-a range-topping variant
of Ford's Duratec V-6 architecture with variable valve timing on
both the intake and exhaust cams-produces 305 hp at 6500 rpm and
280 lb-ft at 4250 rpm. It's not as strong at low revs as the V-8,
nor as fiercely bellowingbut the mill quickly spins to its 7000-rpm
redline with a husky howl emanating from its dual three-inch
exhaust outlets, only a little straining is audible near the top of
the rev range. If you are looking for a solid Driver with the
option to drop the top down and enjoy the nice weather while
keeping some money in your pocket with theses raising fuel prices.
This is the car for you!
2011 Ford Mustang
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