1994 Ford Mustang Overview


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Average User Score

4.35 stars

Based on 76 reviews

94 Stang by Tyler
 — Ok, so my car has had a few repair issues, bought it used and had a few minor problems, then i got in an accident and the airbags deployed, so now i'm just needing a new set of headlights and some air... Read More
2 Years And Still Love It! by Dylan
 — Performance- Could use better factory gearing, but does good with 3.73s :). New engine will really liven it up. Build Quality- Amazing, I have owned it 2 years now and have had just a starter and tra... Read More
Love It by Kimberly
 — Performance: for a automatic it accelerates well, the brakes work well. I have after market springs on it so it handles amazingly well. Build Quality: It has needed a few repairs like any older car ... Read More

1994 Ford Mustang Overview

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1994 Ford Mustang

In 1994, the Ford Mustang came roaring back from probable extinction to become Motor Trend's car of the year for the third time. The first major restyling of the Mustang in 15 years resulted in a new, slick package with an exciting line of engines.

The standard was a 3.8-liter V6 rated at 145 horsepower, with an optional 5.0-liter V8 HO rated at 225 horsepower. The Cobra was again the most powerful car in the line, with a 5.0-liter V8 HO rated at 245 horsepower.

The Saleen Supercharged Racer aftermarket package was barely legal: The 351-ci supercharged V8 was rated at 480 horsepower. Yes, that says "480 horsepower." ;)


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Ford Mustang Questions


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How To Get 94 3.8 To Crank

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94 Mustang Can I Put A 3.8 Trans On My 5.0 Engine Having The Bell Housing W...

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