The current V6 Mustang is one of the best performance bargains of all time. However things weren't all so rosy for Ford's cheapest pony car. 20 years ago when the SN-95 model was launched, the 3.8L V6 out of a Windstar (one of the crappiest minivans ever) produced just 145 horsepower. Sure it had 215 lb-ft of torque, but as almost nobody paid attention to torque, this strong number was often overlooked. When Ford introduced the awesome New Edge refresh 15 years ago, the horsepower rating grew to 195 and it produced 220 lb-ft. the maximum this motor made was 193 HP and 225 lb-ft. decent for a vehicle that weighed 3066 lbs in it's lightest V6 iteration. The problem is that these cars have depreciated to the point that douche-bros wearing snap-backs and listening to (pick any YMCMB artist) decide to buy one of these over a civic. they then boast about having a 'super-fast' mustang that will 'beat any civic in town.' So here's my question to all OPPOnauts: Is it okay to own an SN-95 V6 Mustang as long as you don't exaggerate it's performance?