2006 Ford Mustang V6 Premium 2dr Convertible for sale in Hollywood, FL

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The Ford Mustang is an American success story.Forty years after it created an automotive niche all its own, Mustang is both true to its roots and better than ever. The 2006 Mustang is available as both a coupe and a convertible, powered by either a V6 or a V8 engine.The V6 Deluxe comes well equipped for less than $20,000.The Mustang GT boasts a multi-valve, overhead-cam V8 that produces 300 horsepower.Both are available with a manual or automatic transmission.More importantly, both deliver the bold styling, rear-drive performance and affordability that have been Mustang hallmarks for decades. Retro inspired, to be sure, the Mustang is nonetheless a thoroughly modern car.Launched for 2005 with a clean-sheet design, the Mustang is faster and more agile than ever.It's also quieter and better built (even the convertible), and it rides more smoothly.Its interior is a throwback to the original Mustang, but it's also functional and well finished.For 2006, a new Pony Package gives V6 Mustangs all the show, if not the go, of the V8.The V8s are available with trendy new 18-inch wheels for 2006. A family car, the Mustang isn't.Interior space is limited for a car of its exterior dimensions, and the back seat might better be described as a package shelf.Its solid rear axle can get bouncy on bad pavement, and we advise snow tires (four of them) for Mustang owners in the Northeast or Midwest.Yet the 2006 Mustang holds true to an idea that still appeals to people of all ages decades after it was launched. The Ford Mustang has been an icon of American performance since its introduction in 1964.It created the pony car genre, and after 40-plus years of competition with the Barracuda, Camaro, Firebird and others, it's the only one left.We, and a few hundred thousands others, are glad it's still here.

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