The best looking Mustang yet, but at a price too dear
Sporty front seats are required in this kind of car, and these fit the bill very well. Comfortable and supportive, they also have good side bolstering for when you decide to McQueen it up on the streets of San Francisco, although some of us felt the shoulder support was too tight. With power fore-aft, up-down and lumbar and a manual seatback angle adjustment, it was easy to find a sweet spot. While the steering wheel adjusts only for height and not reach, it wasn’t really an issue. The shifter’s big aluminum knob is placed ahead of the cupholders, meaning you have to reach around your morning coffee to make shifts.