have a question about mustang 2007 v6

Asked by Mar 15, 2016 at 03:37 AM about the Ford Mustang

Question type: General

I'm interested in another ford mustang..this one its older than I'd like. I have a 2004 chevy silverado with a camper on the back... basically, i'm just asking is this a good choice to buy, considering i've been driving a huge truck the past couple years... I've been driving my wife's mitsubishi eclispe for a couple days now, as she's out of town for work and it's a gas saver compared to my truck. I kind of like the feeling of being lower to the ground ad the feel of the car. The last car I had was a 2013 mustang roush, and I can't help but miss the damn thing driving around in my wife's little car... hm. Just need some opinions.

The vehicle in question is a 2007 ford mustang v6 with 100,000m, and price is 8,800.
Compared to my last car, this is a steal in my opinion. Granted, also don't know what the market has been like since I got my truck forever ago.

3 Answers


Go with Mustang, $8,800 is not a bad price but im questioning the mileage seems on the high side. Stangs are fun to drive...

4 of 4 people found this helpful.

I'd get a 4.6L Mustang vs the V6, not that much more in price and more fun.


Not a bad deal. Check the Carfax and have a mechanic look at it.

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