Ford Mustang Boss 302: first drive
Ford says its 444bhp ’Stang out-handles the best Europe has to offer. True or false? There’s only one way to find out…
Posted: 05 May 2011
With that live rear axle sitting out the back, you expect there to be some bumping and jumping as the car hits bumps mid-corner. And, sure enough, there is. But the key thing is that it happens in such a super-controlled way, and the steering is quick enough, that you can catch it before it becomes a problem. If anything, it makes driving it even more fun. Ford likes to say that a well-set-up live axle arrangement is better than a poor independent set-up, which is true. Particularly when the car costs just $40,995 and goes as fast as the Boss.