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Old 10-23-2014, 11:03 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Ive literally rode past this car 5-6 times wondering why they had balloons on this mustang. Wasn't until a little while ago I realized the grille was slightly different, and two plus two figured it was the 2015 Mustang.*

Anyone who criticized the new Silverado for looking like the old, will prove either they're biased, or straight up won't notice.

i mean the pictures make it look different than the outgoing model, but the yellow version at the dealer up the street is with exception of the grille, completely mistakable for the outgoing car.

Its uncanny how similar this car is to the outgoing car beside it.
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Rode by it again, this time knowing it was a 2015,

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And Actually I'd like to recant some of what I posted, if you actually take a good look at the car it looks very different to the outgoing model.

I'd also like to commend the designers on not making the car ridiculously bulky *looking*. It's still a bulky car but they did an excellent job hiding said bulk in the design.*

The back end looks flimsy and I mean that in comparison to the cheapest of economy cars, the bumper plastic was actually wavy. Side view looks distinctly European which doesn't make much sense in selling a supposedly quintessential American muscle car... * that has emphasis on European styling.

Lastly we should be expecting an inline 8 cyclinder with the length of that hood.
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I saw new 2015 mustang and I cant agree with TS - very good, neat looking car! I don;t know what you expect from this machine but it's fantastic car!
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