2007 Ford Mustang
94,278 Miles | Columbia, SC
$9,998
Est $144/mo

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2007 Ford Mustang
115,390 Miles | Jacksonville, FL
$8,998
Est $130/mo

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2007 Ford Mustang
44,211 Miles | Lithia Springs, GA
$11,998
Est $173/mo

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2007 Ford Mustang
80,170 Miles | Newport News, VA
$11,599
Est $167/mo

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2007 Ford Mustang
41,927 Miles | Brandywine, MD
$15,097
Est $218/mo

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2007 Ford Mustang
58,719 Miles | Las Vegas, NV
$15,599
Est $225/mo

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2007 Ford Mustang
101,823 Miles | Houston, TX
$9,998
Est $144/mo

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2007 Ford Mustang
100,332 Miles | Selden, NY
$8,955
Est $129/mo

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2007 Ford Mustang
87,865 Miles | Roseburg, OR
$9,995
Est $144/mo

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2007 Ford Mustang
43,401 Miles | Carrollton, OH
$12,900
Est $186/mo

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2007 Ford Mustang
126,629 Miles | Aberdeen, WA
$11,850
Est $171/mo

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2007 Ford Mustang
17,255 Miles | Comstock, NY
$25,888
Est $373/mo

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2007 Ford Mustang
96,387 Miles | Boise, ID
$7,495
Est $108/mo

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2007 Ford Mustang
47,080 Miles | Tempe, AZ
$14,500
Est $209/mo

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2007 Ford Mustang
53,710 Miles | Homosassa, FL
$9,944
Est $143/mo

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2007 Ford Mustang
49,002 Miles | Sheridan, WY
$8,995
Est $130/mo

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2007 Ford Mustang
92,014 Miles | Plainfield, IN
$11,480
Est $165/mo

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2007 Ford Mustang
174,211 Miles | Salem, OR
$8,999
Est $130/mo

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2007 Ford Mustang
77,755 Miles | Columbia, MO
$11,583
Est $167/mo

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2007 Ford Mustang
149,367 Miles | Augusta, GA
$5,900
Est $85/mo

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2007 Ford Mustang Buyer's Guide

Owner Reviews
5.0
2 Reviews
Overall
5.0
Value
4.5
Performance
3.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
4.5
Fuel Economy
4.0
Reliability
5.0

2007 Ford Mustang Owner Ratings & Reviews

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2007 Ford Mustang - Amazing!

JSM
Richmond, Kentucky
Overall
5.0
Value
5.0
Performance
2.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
4.0
Reliability
5.0
My 2007 Ford Mustang performs great! The engine has a lot of power and it is very fun to drive! It has a drop top so in the summer I can let the top down and it is exhilarating! When it is 100+ degrees outside and the air conditioner just isn't cutting it, I can always just put the top down and that does the trick. The gas mileage isn't great but it also isn't terrible. It has the weight of a small truck and doesn't use nearly as much gas as one. The build of the vehicle is great. Very sleek and stylish. Because it is considered a muscle car I feel very safe driving in it. If someone were to hit me I would be more worried about them than myself. Because it is American made it also doesn't cost a lot to perform maintenance. Every mechanic I take it to is able to work on it with ease and... (more)
Story
A friend of mine came over and we were both too broke to do anything super fun so instead we dropped the top and rode around letting the wind blow in our hair. We had so much fun and it didn't cost us anything.
Pros
The pros of the Ford Mustang are as follows. It is very cheap and easy to work on. Most auto shops already have what ever parts you need in stock, if they do not it never takes more than a day or two to get the part in. Parts for this vehicle are also not very expensive. The motor has a lot of power which is nice if you like that in a car. It can speed up very easy and makes great noise as you do so. The drop top is great if it's very hot outside or if you just want to go out joy riding. The design is stylish and fun. People will compliment you on your car, so it's great to strike up conve... (more)
Cons
The only negative about this vehicle is the rear wheel drive in snow or ice. If there is more than an inch of snow on the ground, or any ice, you can not drive this vehicle. The wheels will spin and you won't move. I have been caught in one ice storm and had to park the car on the side of the road and get a hotel.

2007 Ford Mustang - Fun, sporty, very enjoyable

Brandon
College Station, Texas
Overall
5.0
Value
4.0
Performance
4.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
4.0
Reliability
5.0
From my perspective of ownership of my 2007 Mustang GT, I felt overall it was a great car. The looks of the car in my opinion were very appealing. The interior looked fancy and had a good feeling to the buttons and dash. To me the buttons felt "solid and tight", not flimsy and easy to break. I didn't experience any annoying rattles (until I installed many aftermarket modifications) or have any miscellaneous pieces breaking. Over the 6+ years that I owned the car I never had to have the car serviced for warranty work or any other reasons from a OEM part breaking. After 90,000 miles, lots of modifications and lots of abuse, the car still had a strong motor and driveline. Huge trunk area that made up for the lack of backseat space. If you are into modifying cars the aftermarket for Mustan... (more)
Story
Late nights coming home from work with a open highway and cold air.
Pros
Coming from an older mustang with a lot less horsepower, I felt the increase in horsepower was a positive. The car was a lot more peppy, better rear end gear ratio. The car drove extremely smooth, exhaust and road noise in the interior was almost non existent. The fronts seats were very comfortable and on long trips your back would not become fatigued. Living in Texas, a cold A/C that blows hard is a must and I think that car had one of the best A/C systems I've ever experienced. The vents were very easy to manipulate to whereever you wanted airflow. For example, I now have a 2015 F-150 an... (more)
Cons
I didn't experience many cons with my Mustang, but one that I can think of that would have caused me a ton of money for a small part would have been the spark plugs. In 2005, Ford used a 2-piece spark plug design. The problem was unless you loosened the spark plugs every 15-20 thousand miles or changed them out very early for a 1 piece spark plug, the chances of breaking them when you needed to change them at 60,000+ miles was almost guaranteed. When replacing my spark plugs, I broke 5 of the 8 off in the cylinder head. A shop would have charged me 1-2 thousand dollars to fix the issue. I ... (more)

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