"Model has good styling. The rear suspension on this car seems very stiff. The backend is also very light - dangerous car if you don't know how to handle it. Very dangerous in snow and rain. Beware. NOT a good car if you have children - hard to get kids in and out as well as poor performance in rain and snow. GREAT styling, good steering, braking, acceleration. Good reliability."
"This car does not feel stable at high speeds and especially on curves at high speeds. Its very uncomfortable for anyone who is over 5'9. It goes fast, but drives like any other compact. If feels like just a normal $10,000 car? There is no luxury at all....just hype. Dont waste your money."
"I love the Mustangs minus that late 70's/early 80's soul searching time frame. The 2004 Mach I is everything one could ask for from a true "most bang for the buck" sports car. You have to truly enjoy sports cars to appreciate the '04 Mach I. The ups are HP vs Torque vs Weight makes this car a rear wheel drive monster at an affordable price against any other (not to mention it should be a collectors down the road). Throw in the functional "Shaker" hoodscoop and you feel that you have reached a new level in driving experiance. The downside is that the passenger compartment is very small (not like your buying it for the family vacation) and the stiff ride + gas mileage isn't something you would want to deal with cross country or cross State for that matter. The small compartment does give a feel of the car wraping around you so that you become one and if that was the intent, well done. Though the new Mustangs boast more room and claim equal HP, I haven't seen a stock one that matches the "stock" performance of the Mach I though the Mustang GT has been reworked by SVT "Mach I" before going to showrooms. The only post 80's Mustang I would consider over it to date is the the Shelby 500. Of course then your not looking for Bang for the Buck but Buck for the Bang, not to mention many Dealers are destroying the 500's availabilty by price gouging. The Mach I simply put is awesome. Good luck finding one."