The 2015 Ford Mustang GT.

Driveway: Reviews for 2015 Ford Mustang GT, Toyota Prius c

Alexandra Straub takes a look a 50-year-old classic muscle car, as well as a green superstar from Toyota

Alexandra Straub reviews the 2015 Ford Mustang GT:

When looking at the 2015 Ford Mustang, it’s hard to believe it’s just over 50 years young.

The first iteration of pony car came to fruition in 1964. While it’s not a volume selling vehicle for Ford – the F-150 takes care of that – it is, however, a staple product in the North American brand’s repertoire. The Mustang defines a cultural phenomenon that has lasted through the decades, and continues to inspire drivers globally.

Through the various nips, tucks, lifts and shapely reconstructions, the current Mustang has even more road presence than before.

Read her full review on Driveway Canada

Ford Mustang GT

Ford Mustang GT

Ford Mustang GT

Ford Mustang GT

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This week on Driveway, Alexandra also reviews the newest Toyota Prius c:

Let me be clear, the takeaway at the end of the day is that the Prius c is my favourite Prius in the lineup.

You can drive the pants off it and you’ll still get amazing fuel economy results.

There’s room for five, a road bike in the back – but in that case you’ll have to fold the rear seats down and kick three people out – fuel economy is stellar and it’s wrapped into a shapely package.

C might stand for City, but it stands for “winner” in my books.

Long live the Prius.

Read the full review of the 2015 Toyota Prius c on Driveway Canada

Toyota Prius

Toyota Prius

Toyota Prius

Toyota Prius

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