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Mustangs are super fun, but they aren’t the best in the snow. A Bronco is a great mix of practicality and fun.
I’ve had 5 all with v8’s, I’m pretty familiar. Yup, they suck in the snow. Lol

 

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I’ve had 5 all with v8’s, I’m pretty familiar. Yup, they suck in the snow. Lol
I was hoping my 2020 GT would be better in the snow than my ‘89 GT. Didn’t seem much better though when I got caught in a storm in December. I made it home, but it was dicey.
 

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I’m afraid it won’t have a V8. 😥
Relax, it will have a V8. I just read an article where several Ford engineers are pushing for the Ranger Raptor to have a V8. Of course the first thing that came to my mind was, if they put one in the Ranger, the Bronco couldn’t be far behind….right?
 

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Mustangs are super fun, but they aren’t the best in the snow. A Bronco is a great mix of practicality and fun.
That's why they stay in the barn when it snows.
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My favorite body style is the 67 followed by the 69.

I love the taillights of the 67 that is very similar to the current mustang. The 65 tail lights always looked just stuck on there.

what do I know though as I own a 94 sn95...lol.
My favorite is the ‘67. I’ve had several over the years. One of the best I owned, as far as practicality is concerned, was the ‘85 GT. The fastback was a hatch. The rear seats folded down and the shelf behind the rear seats lifted out. You could carry all sorts of stuff. It wasn’t exactly grease lighting, but it was fun.
 

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I heard Ford was going to bring back the Focus but they're going to call it the Mustang Sport
 

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I was hoping my 2020 GT would be better in the snow than my ‘89 GT. Didn’t seem much better though when I got caught in a storm in December. I made it home, but it was dicey.
You'd be surprised how many people here drive their mustangs and non-AWD Challengers during the winter. Snow tires do wonders even for RWD cars.
 

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You'd be surprised how many people here drive their mustangs and non-AWD Challengers during the winter. Snow tires do wonders even for RWD cars.
I don’t see them much during the winter here in Detroit. Must be much better drivers than I am, that’s for sure.

I don’t even get on the gas hard in the rain. I’ve had the back end get out on me before when passing so I have a lot of respect for the car.
 

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In the Detroit area I see them by the dozens in the winter, even snowy days. Significantly less 392’s than the summer of course but still a pretty common sight for me.



There won’t be a V8 Ranger/Bronco unfortunately as badly as it’s been discussed here internally.

Mustang will definitely be keeping the V8 with an all new 4th generation Coyote featuring a re-vamped intake system amongst other changes.

More power and more fun
I live in Canton, the heart of Ford country, and the vast majority of Mustangs are shut down for the winter. I see pretty much zero when it snows. Where do you live?
 

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I like my Lightning Blue one 😁
 

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I wish it had the interior proportions of my 1997 Thunderbird. Usable rear seating while still maintaining a sense of nimbleness and handling.
 

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I don't know.... I had an early S197, and when the S550 came out I didn't like the looks at all. It grew on me over the years, but as others have said I would really like them to go back to a more retro look 67/68 etc.

 

 
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