FORD MUSTANG

In Texas, we like to carry on the traditions of freedom and power on our thoroughfares. As you travel through Plano, Richardson, and Dallas, it’s nice to ride with the same amount of strength and speed that the stallions of old provided.

If the freedom to chase a thrill is something you relish, then Five Star Ford Dallas can put you on the right modern-day horse. Read the following Ford Mustang vs. Chevy Camaro comparison to find out which one will get you more charged up.


FORD MUSTANG VS CHEVY CAMARO: POWERTRAIN COMPARISON

Ford Mustang Engine Specs

With the Ford Mustang and Chevy Camaro, you can choose between a 6-speed manual transmission or a 10-speed automatic transmission. Both cars come standard with rear-wheel drive for whipping around corners. On closer inspection of the table below, though, you’ll see which vehicle is the stronger contender:

FORD MUSTANG VS CHEVY CAMARO HORSEPOWER

 

Ford Mustang

Chevy Camaro

Standard Horsepower

310

275

Maximum Available V8 Horsepower

760

650

As you can see, the Ford Mustang comes standard with a 2.3L I-4, 310-horsepower engine, while the Camaro has a standard I-4 engine that produces 275 horsepower. If you need even more energy, both cars have available V8 engines. Maximum available V8 horsepower is 650 horsepower for the Chevy Camaro. The Ford Mustang delivers more here, at 760 horsepower.

Its powerful engine options are a reason why the Ford Mustang is highly coveted for performance.


2021 FORD MUSTANG VS CHEVY CAMARO INTERIOR AND INFOTAINMENT

Ford Mustang Interior Technology

When the weather cools and you’re spending less time with the windows down, you can stay warm with heated seats in either car. Sit back and enjoy some music, which you can program using an available 8-inch infotainment touchscreen. Each car’s available touchscreen comes with Apple CarPlay® and Android Auto™.

The standard Chevy Camaro sound system includes six speakers, which can be upgraded to seven or nine. You might get a bit more of those concert vibes, though, in the Ford Mustang. The available B&O™ sound system transmits 1,000-watts of digitally processed sound to cancel outside noise. Tunes pass through 12 high-performance speakers and a trunk-mounted subwoofer.


FORD MUSTANG VS CHEVY CAMARO SAFETY FEATURES

FORD MUSTANG SafetySafety is always paramount, even when you’re having fun. The Ford Mustang and Chevy Camaro each come with a rear-view camera, and for the Ford Mustang, this includes a built-in washer for easy removal of dirt and debris.

When the risk of a collision is present, both cars have safety features that keep you alert. Each vehicle comes with a lane-keeping system to help you stay aware of your position on the road. The Chevy comes with available Lane Change Alert with Side Blind Zone Alert and Front Collision Alert. These features, however, require a trim-level upgrade on the Chevy.

The Ford Mustang, on the other hand, comes standard with Pre-Collision Assist with Automatic Emergency Braking (AEB) and the Blindspot Information System (BLIS®). These—plus the Ford Mustang Lane-Keeping System—come standard with every Mustang as part of Ford Co-Pilot 360™.


TEST DRIVE A 2021 FORD MUSTANG TODAY

Some people have a regular need for the kind of quickening that puts the sun on their face, the wind in their hair, and a look of envy in the eyes of passersby. We’ve shown in our Ford Mustang vs. Chevy Camaro comparison that the Ford Mustang is a winner at doing just that. So, take a ride today, then pick up a gutsy friend for a spin around Plano, Richardson, or Dallas, Texas, tonight.

Contact Five Star Ford Dallas now to schedule your test drive.