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Ford Mustang Specs at TrueDelta: Powertrains and tires by trim level (2014)

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2014 Ford Mustang Specs - Exterior and Interior Dimensions

Body 2dr Coupe 2dr Convertible
Wheelbase 107.1 in 107.1 in
Length 188.5 in 188.5 in
Width 73.9 in 73.9 in
Height 55.8 in 55.8 in
Curb Weight 3523 lb. 3652 lb.
Fuel Capacity 16.0 gal. 16.0 gal.
Headroom, Row 1 38.5 in 38.8 in
Shoulder Room, Row 1 55.3 in 55.3 in
Hip Room, Row 1 53.4 in 53.4 in
Legroom, Row 1 42.4 in 42.4 in
Headroom, Row 2 34.7 in 36.5 in
Shoulder Room, Row 2 47.8 in 45.0 in
Hip Room, Row 2 46.8 in 45.2 in
Legroom, Row 2 29.8 in 29.8 in
Total Legroom 72.2 in (over 2 rows) 72.2 in (over 2 rows)
Cargo Volume 13.4 ft3 9.6 ft3

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TrueDelta Reviews the Seat Room and Comfort of the 2014 Ford Mustang

2014 Ford Mustang Seat Room and Comfort: Cons
YearComment
This "why not" should not come as a surprise. Neither the Mustang nor the Audi has much rear legroom. Plus in the Mustang my head was pressed against the rear window, and I'm only 5-9. The Mustang coupe's rear seat is viable only for people up to 5-6 or so in height. The Audi has a little more rear headroom. As does the Mustang convertible. If you will be putting people into the rear seat of the Mustang, you should turn off the "easy entry" feature. When it's activated, this feature automatically motors the seat backward when the engine is shut off, reducing rear legroom to near zero. I was nearly trapped when I turned the engine off while sitting in the back seat to take photos. If you want a V8-powered coupe with a roomy rear seat, get a Dodge Challenger. Both the Mustang and the RS 5 do a better job of transporting luggage than rear seat passengers. Both trunks have about as much capacity as that of the average compact sedan. see full Ford Mustang review
 

What Our Members Are Saying about the Seat Room and Comfort of the 2014 Ford Mustang

2014 Ford Mustang Seat Room and Comfort: Pros
YearBody/PowertrainComment
2013 2dr Coupe 420-horsepower 5.0L V8
6-speed manual RWD
Without the sunroof, there is adequate headroom, legroom, and hiproom for taller drivers (6'6"+). The seats are supportive and comfortable for longer drives. This car makes a competent "daily driver" in fair weather. see full Ford Mustang review
 

2014 Ford Mustang 2-door Coupe Specs - Powertrains and Tire Sizes

Trim V6 V6 Premium GT GT Premium Shelby GT500
Standard Engine 3.7L V6
DOHC-4v
305 hp@6500
280 lb-ft@4250
3.7L V6
DOHC-4v
305 hp@6500
280 lb-ft@4250
5.0L V8
DOHC-4v
420 hp@6500
390 lb-ft@4250
5.0L V8
DOHC-4v
420 hp@6500
390 lb-ft@4250
supercharged
5.8L V8
DOHC-4v
662 hp@6500
631 lb-ft@4000
Standard Transmission6-speed manual6-speed manual6-speed manual6-speed manual6-speed manual
Optional Transmission(s)6-speed manually-shiftable automatic6-speed manually-shiftable automatic6-speed manually-shiftable automatic6-speed manually-shiftable automatic 
Standard DrivetrainRWDRWDRWDRWDRWD
Standard Tires225/60HR17 tires225/60HR17 tires235/50WR18 tires235/50WR18 tires265/40ZR19 tires (front)
285/35ZR20 tires (rear)
Optional Tires255/40ZR19 tires255/40ZR19 tires245/45WR19 tires245/45WR19 tires 
 235/50WR18 tires235/50WR18 tires255/40WR19 tires255/40WR19 tires 
 215/65R17 tires215/65R17 tires   

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2014 Ford Mustang 2-door Convertible Specs - Powertrains and Tire Sizes

Trim V6 V6 Premium GT GT Premium Shelby GT500
Standard Engine 3.7L V6
DOHC-4v
305 hp@6500
280 lb-ft@4250
3.7L V6
DOHC-4v
305 hp@6500
280 lb-ft@4250
5.0L V8
DOHC-4v
420 hp@6500
390 lb-ft@4250
5.0L V8
DOHC-4v
420 hp@6500
390 lb-ft@4250
supercharged
5.8L V8
DOHC-4v
662 hp@6500
631 lb-ft@4000
Standard Transmission6-speed manual6-speed manual6-speed manual6-speed manual6-speed manual
Optional Transmission(s)6-speed manually-shiftable automatic6-speed manually-shiftable automatic6-speed manually-shiftable automatic6-speed manually-shiftable automatic 
Standard DrivetrainRWDRWDRWDRWDRWD
Standard Tires225/60HR17 tires225/60HR17 tires235/50WR18 tires235/50WR18 tires265/40ZR19 tires (front)
285/35ZR20 tires (rear)
Optional Tires215/65R17 tires235/50WR18 tires255/40WR19 tires245/45WR19 tires 
  215/65R17 tires 255/40WR19 tires 

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TrueDelta Reviews the Powertrain of the 2014 Ford Mustang

2014 Ford Mustang Powertrain: Pros
YearComment
2015 A bargain is only a bargain if nothing of substance is given up. Can the Mustang GT deliver the performance of the RS 5? In a straight line on a dry road, absolutely. The Audi's engine has a few more horsepower at its peak, 450 vs. 435. But it's a much smaller V8, 4.2 vs. 5.0 liters, so this peak is far higher--a lofty 8,250 rpm, vs. a much more accessible 6,500 in the Mustang. While there's absolutely something thrilling about a V8 that can rev to 8,500 rpm without running out of breath or flying to pieces, on public roads you're not going to spend much time there. Drop down to 4,000 rpm or so and the Ford 5.0 is far stronger, with 400 pound-feet of torque to the Audi 4.2's 317. The Audi does have twice as many driven wheels to help transfer power to the pavement at low speeds, but this is counteracted by a couple hundred extra pounds of curb weight and overly tall gearing (the first of seven ratios is good for 40 mph). The upshot: magazine tests report zero-to-sixty runs in the 4.5-second range for both cars. And in real-world driving the Mustang feels considerably stronger, as its power is always RIGHT THERE. Frankly, if midrange torque is your thing then the Audi S5 is a better way to go than the RS 5. Though its supercharged 3.0-liter V6 is rated for "only" 333 horsepower, acceleration times just a few tenths behind the RS 5's and the Mustang's suggest that this figure is very conservative. The supercharged V6 also churns out more torque than the high-winding V8 at a lower rpm. When you first dip into the throttle, it delviers a more solid shove. Want a manual transmission, for a more thorough connection to the car? You can have one with the S5. Plus the S5 is about $13,000 less expensive than the RS 5, and so only $21,770 more than the Mustang before adjusting for feature differences, and a mere $16,000 more afterwards. So why would anyone bother with the RS 5? Well, the supercharged V6 might deliver sufficient thrust, but it adds little to the subjective experience. There's no song, no zing as it revs. In comparison, the RS 5's V8 sounds and feels magical. The caveat: you have to work the shift paddles to rev the bejesus out of it to extract this magic. The Mustang GT's V8 combines the best traits of both engines. It has low-end guts to match the supercharged six, and then some. Plus it has soul to spare. You can't rev the 5.0 as high as you can the RS 5 engine--for this wait for the upcoming GT350. But it spins higher than the S5's engine, and it rumbles then roars intoxicatingly the whole way up. Unlike in the RS 5, which feels tame when driven casually, you're constantly aware of the monster lurking beneath the long bulging hood. Refinement isn't quite on the same level as the RS 5's V8, but it's not far off. This isn't the sort of crude V8 Detroit used to churn out by the millions. Thoroughly modern, it's a match for Europe's best. see full Ford Mustang review
 

What Our Members Are Saying about the Powertrain of the 2014 Ford Mustang

2014 Ford Mustang Powertrain: Pros
YearBody/PowertrainComment
2013 2dr Coupe 420-horsepower 5.0L V8
6-speed manual RWD
This car has loads of power and is an absolute blast to drive. see full Ford Mustang review
 

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2014 Ford Mustang MSRP and Invoice Prices

Body Trim Base Price Invoice Destination
2dr Coupe V6 22,510 21,215 825
2dr Coupe V6 Premium 26,610 24,548 825
2dr Coupe GT 31,210 28,791 825
2dr Coupe GT Premium 35,310 32,573 825
2dr Coupe Shelby GT500 55,110 50,288 825
2dr Convertible V6 27,510 25,928 825
2dr Convertible V6 Premium 31,610 29,160 825
2dr Convertible GT 36,210 33,404 825
2dr Convertible GT Premium 40,310 37,186 825
2dr Convertible Shelby GT500 60,110 54,850 825

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