The Shelby holds its title as one of the best sports cars around

2015 Mustang Shelby GT350 handling system pros and cons

Ford Mustang Shelby GT350 handling system

Drivers whose main goal is to drive fast have a lot of options, but with those options comes the need for safety and security, no matter how fast you’re driving. One of the vehicles as of late that has been in the spotlight for its improved handling and stronger chassis is the Ford Shelby GT350 Mustang.

The 2015 Ford Mustang is already more well-equipped to handle curvy roads and high speeds than many of the other available sports cars, but the Shelby GT350 Mustang is the kind of car that sets the bar for others to follow.

If you are interested in getting a new vehicle in the coming few months, you can also take advantage of Ford’s incentives and sales where you can get cash to put toward a new car (new Mustang anyone?!)! Bring your old vehicle in to Sanders Ford and we will give you cash back toward a new one!

The Shelby’s improved and advanced suspension system makes driving easier and more fun, which made us want to examine the 2015 Mustang Shelby GT350 handling system pros and cons.

Ford Shelby Mustang handling system

The Shelby GT350 and the GT350R have the most powerful braking systems ever made for Mustang vehicles and use Michelin tires to match the high-quality brakes. With improved braking capabilities, vehicles also need to have a stronger chassis and better reinforced overall structure. Just how much better you ask? The 2015 Ford Shelby GT350 Mustang is one of the best-handling sports cars around and is recognized all over the world as just that. Even though it is quick agile, it is still easy to drive and even safe.

You can get the 2015 Ford Mustang today at Sanders Ford! Stop by and see us anytime or give us a call! You can even fill out requests for more information online.

 

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