I'm looking to purchase a new car. A new Mustang GT. I have had not so great experiences with the 3 American vehicles my family and I owned. 1980 AMC Spirit 4sp manual. 1989 Plymouth Voyager 5sp manual (yes, a manual gear box with 3 pedals in a minivan). I have to admit, I was a bit too young to drive the AMC. But I did get to drive it on its last leg when it was 15 years old. Everything was falling apart by then. Paint was pretty much brown (rust). The minivan started falling apart around age 10. Rust everywhere. Then my parents purchased Toyotas and Hondas. They were reliable. Very very reliable. Pretty much only required scheduled maintenance. After college, I picked up a Honda CR-V (don't ask why) that is now 16 years old and does not have a speck of rust on it. The paint isn't peeling. And it still moves around just fine. My other car is a 1999 Lexus GS400 that is 19 years old now. Rock freaking solid and even today, with its 300HP and 300ft/lbs, I still blow the doors off a lot 2018 cars. Not a single speck of rust. Engine is just as quiet as a brand new car. The paint is still shiny and the interior build quality puts a lot of cars to shame. 3 years ago, I drove it from NYC to SF and back. Of all the bikes I've owned (Honda Fireblade, Honda F4, Suzuki SV650, Harley Sportster, Kawasaki Ninja 250, Ninja 300), the only bike that gave me a headache was the Harley. Was burning oil and running rich no matter how many times I (and shops) tried to adjust the carbs. Found out the piston rings went bad. Well, I've always wanted a muscle/pony car every since I was a little boy. Growing up, I avoided them because of the bad taste American manufacturers left in my mouth. So, fast forward to 2018. Things gotta be a lot better right?! If you own a late model Ford, please let me know your experiences with its reliability because the Mustang's 5.0 Coyote motor is calling my name with its 460HP.