The sixth-generation 2019 Ford Mustang continues the tradition as a sports coupe/convertible with broad appeal, attracting fans from every direction.
Mustang launched its own class of vehicle when it was released as a 1965 model: the pony car. Other manufacturers were forced to follow suit, and soon the marketplace was rife with these compact 2+2 coupes that attracted young drivers. At the same time, the muscle car wars were raging, and Mustang joined the battle lines with higher performance options. Today, the Mustang is available matched with an array of engines from tiny turbo four-cylinders to supercharged V8s and is at the heart of the new muscle car wars. Mustang has also gained handling chops, adopting four-wheel independent suspension after decades of riding on a solid rear axle. And that Mustang style remains unique after all these years.
Here, in alphabetical order by brand, are 10 Ford Mustang Competitors to Consider.