10 reasons why you definitely should (not) buy a 144k mile Mustang V6

Let alone for $9,500...

My buddy recently bought a Mustang V6, and he gave me a chance to review it. And well, my thoughts were exactly were exactly what you think they would be for this car: a 144k mile V6 Mustang from 2014. The only reason this car stands a chance at life is that it features a manual (though I should mention you'd have better luck pushing a mountain than you would the clutch of this Mustang...)

Given a few hours with this car, a beautiful video was created: A list of 10 reasons as to why you definitely shouldn't buy a V6 Mustang. Let me preface this list by saying I am rather stunned at just how well the car has fared after 144k miles of use. The thing looks like it could be sold as a 50k mile car and I wouldn't bat an eye. And honestly, not hitting a crowd after 144k miles is seriously impressive. I should further say this this video is more specifically geared towards making fun of this car in specifically. Editions like the odd (to put it nicely) aftermarket wheels, the red-painted brakes, of of course, the appalling $9,500 price tag, make this car rather... unique.

And with that preface out of the way, enjoy the video.

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Comments (11)

  • Loved the video. Totally not satire what so ever

      1 month ago
  • Welp. Gotta sell mine at 143k miles.

      1 month ago
  • This is a bit snobby but not incorrect

      1 month ago
  • As a Toyota driver, is 144k a lot? I’m at almost double that…

      1 month ago
  • Just saying, the new Ecoboost and v6 mustangs are pretty fun for what they are. Very well handling cars.

      1 month ago
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