Hello, Mr. Kilmer Buying 2020 Ford Mustang GT V8 Premium Fastback with 10-speed Transmission for secondary car to drive everyday is a big mistake or not? I'm planned to changed Engine Oil every 3k…

RadienMayakovsky24

Hello, Mr. Kilmer

Buying 2020 Ford Mustang GT V8 Premium Fastback with 10-speed Transmission for secondary car to drive everyday is a big mistake or not?

I'm planned to changed Engine Oil every 3k miles & Transmission Fluid along with Filter every 25k miles if i'm buying that Mustang

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nick20s
nick20s

This 2018 and later model Mustangs have GDI on top of port injection. Just be warned that the GDI will wear out the engine faster.

MusicalBenjiMan
MusicalBenjiMan

Give it a year or two more and the 2018 model could be a good option if that really is your dream car. A year or two more will take significantly from the depreciation penalty on you, and this year was a mid-cycle refresh four years into the latest Mustang generation. These mid-cycle models have typically worked out the worst of the kinks. I think the keyword there in your comment is, "secondary". Also make sure if there is a significant other involved that they feel at peace with it, too. Good call on the GT Fastback preference.

Techsus
Techsus

Scotty owns three Toyotas: 1994, 2002, 2007. I own two Toyotas: 1991 and my daily, the 1998. Now, what does THAT tell you? Think. Smart. Scotty and I didn't get to where we are by being STUPID. Here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pjFSxdRKhMo