The price of the Mustang as tested is $32,545 which is exactly $2K more than I paid for my 3.8 Track ZF. If you want the base V6 mustang you have to give up everything that made the Mustang "beat" the Genesis(GT suspension, brakes and wheels, premium sound, seats, ipod connect, etc...). So to say that there is a 5K price difference is wrong. Using that logic you could say the Genesis starts at 22K. The only opinion that MT used was the fact that the Genesis drove like a sports car while the others didn't. They drove like what they are...muscle cars. .the gencoupe didn't beat out the other cars. the v6 mustang beat them all in performance, quality, and price. MT used opinion to give the second place car (with a 5K starting price gap) the mustang's spot.
whats with them comparing sports car vs 3 muscle cars and the top model vs the base models?
But you do have that whole lame warranty thing going for the Ford tho.
Read more: 2011 Ford Mustang V-6 test - Motor TrendWant a richer ambiance and equipment on par with that in our Genesis tester? You'll need to throw down $3700 for the Premium Package (leather, Bluetooth, satellite radio), $2340 for the Electronics Package (navigation and auto climate control), $595 for heated seats, and $525 for Xenon headlamps. Total? $32,545, or $1075 more than the Hyundai's sticker