For the Mustang money you can get Cayman in Europe. So, take a guess
The 718 Cayman starts at 54,000 Euros here, that's about what you pay for a Mustang GT with all available extras. In contrast, you get a completely naked Porsche for the money without any extras. Bring it up to the spec level of the Mustang, and you'll probably pay 70,000 Euros. And you still only get a miniscule 4-cylinder turbo from VW instead of a 5-liter V8.
Apart from that, maintenance costs at Porsche are ridiculous. Inspections are about three times more expensive than at Ford.
@Crazyjeeper: Great car, great color! Thumbs up!
The first service here is due after 1 year or 15,000 km... whichever comes first... There have been discussions about whether it would make sense to go earlier or go after what the car tells you... but it has been made clear by Ford that what counts is what's written in the service manual... and that's 1 year or 15,000 km here.
How much did you pay? First service here (including oil change) cost me roughly 200 Euros.
I was away when this was announced so I missed it. Fantastic purchase, and I love the colour.
Now come this way so we can have a photoshoot with my maroon coloured beast!
I been using liqui moly, been good to meI've been servicing the Mustang every 5k miles since new (currently at 65000). For the Fiesta, I personally did the first oil change at 1500 miles and plan on doing the next one at 10k (currently at 8800).
Addendum: The Mustangs been getting Motorcraft Synth Blend at dealers while the Fiesta got Royal Purple Full Synth. Now that my service plan for the Mustang is up and I'll be doing oil changes myself, I'll likely move it over to a full synth oil too, though jury is still out on which.
Nearly 4 months in now, still in love with Scarlet.
I bought her some special plates.
If you don't get it...