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CNET Puts the Mustang to the Geek Test

Sure, safety technology and fuel consumption matter too.

Knownfor its practical and informative road tests that look at the ability to use acar as a daily driver (fun optional), CNET can offer a different perspectivefor enthusiasts wanting a comprehensive verdict on new cars. Taking the 2015Ford Mustang Ecoboost out for a spin, CNET's Brian Cooley is actually quiteimpressed with many features of the hottest new American sports car. Cooleyalso examines its fuel consumption, safety features and other things that weshould all really care about.

Is it techy and safe enough? Put on your glasses and find out.

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