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It Rivals The Chevrolet Corvette On Terms As The Best American Car Ever!
its a pure bred american car with the speed, brakes and handling all put together to provide an unforgettable experience. it looks absolutley fantastic on the inside and the outside and about 190/10 f... Read More
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The car has great overall speed but it has a little to much torqute, if you floor it the tires will just sit there and spind till you let, then it grabs and throws you into your seat. But hey it makes... Read More
Instant Market Value
A used 2006 Ford GT Base has an average retail price of $230,318 and 10,300 miles.
Hitting 0-60 in 3.3 seconds, the 2006 Ford GT Base is a limited edition supercar with nods to its 1960s GT40 predecessor. A mid-mounted 550-hp, 5.4-liter DOHC V8 engine and 6-speed manual transmission get 500 lb-ft of torque. The rear-wheel drive coupe features a full independent suspension, limited slip rear differential, electronic brakeforce distribution, and 4-wheel disc and ABS brakes. Dual front airbags are standard. 19-inch tires in the back and 18-inch up front help with superior road grip.
Though tiny inside, the 2006 Ford GT is well equipped with leather seating and trim for the steering wheel, consoles, and dash. Air conditioning, full power features, tilt and telescopic steering, and a new CD/MP3 player provided unexpected luxury. Intermittent wipers, foglights, and xenon headlights are both convenient and safe. The sport seats keep you secure in tight turns. A rear spoiler adds performance and a sporty appearance, as if the roof and hood striping weren't enough. Options include an updated audio system. A somewhat unfinished looking interior, tiny cargo room, and poor fuel economy are disappointments for owners, but the power and handling keep drivers happy.
This overview covers the Base trim only.
Please see our 2006 Ford GT Overview for more information.
Looking for a Used GT in your area?CarGurus has 32 nationwide GT listings starting at $15,900.