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2007 Mustang Overview, Safety and Security
For 2007, Mustang's bold American style is enhanced with two new appearance packages and a host of interior and equipment upgrades. Additional features include available heated front seats, a standard auxiliary audio input jack and optional SIRIUS satellite radio. Yet another Mustang first, a DVD-based navigation system, will be available shortly after the 2007 model year launches.

Mustang is one of the greatest automotive sales success stories of all time. Nearly one out of every two sports cars sold in America is a Mustang, and Mustang remains one of the hottest-selling cars in America. It’s also America’s best-selling convertible.

Mustang coupe and convertible body styles are offered in four models: V6 Deluxe, V6 Premium, GT Deluxe and GT Premium.

All Mustangs are built in Flat Rock, Mich.

Safety and Security
With power comes responsibility. The 2007 Mustang helps occupants stay safe.

Ford’s Personal Safety System®, a comprehensive safety technology package, is standard. The system provides increased protection in frontal crashes by analyzing crash factors and determining the proper response within milliseconds. It uses dual-stage driver and front-passenger air bags — capable of deploying at full or partial power — safety belt pretensioners and energy management retractors.

Standard right front passenger sensing builds on the strength of the Personal Safety System ® to tailor deployment of the front-passenger air bag. If the passenger seat sensor detects no or very little weight, as for a briefcase, the passenger air bag is automatically switched off. If more weight is on the seat, as for a small child, the air bag remains deactivated and an instrument panel light alerts the driver. If a heavier adult is in the passenger seat, the air bag automatically switches on.

An optional active anti-theft package offers customers an added level of security. It includes a sensing module to guard against tow-away thefts, an interior motion sensor to detect smash-and-grab break-ins, a separate alarm sounder — in addition to the vehicle horn — to thwart thieves trying to disable the horn, and a high-capacity, 60-ampere-hour battery that sounds the alarm longer.

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