Some features of the 2003 Ford Mustang include interior features such as a tilt-adjustable steering wheel, a stereo and mirrors. The vehicle also offers instrumentation characteristics as part of its internal features, such as a tachometer, a clock and the capacity to warn the driver of a low-level of gas. The exact characteristics of the Ford Mustang depend on the trim model.
The tilt-adjustable steering wheel adds convenience for the driver with its power steering feature. The 80-watt stereo allows drivers and passengers to listen to both AM and FM stations with its mast antenna for entertainment in the car. The car offers power features including powered mirror, and its dual vanity mirrors are part of its comfort characteristic.
The Ford Motor Company manufacturers Ford Mustangs and the car has evolved from its first inception in the early 1960s to its current 2016 model, which features high-definition radio and enhanced sound quality of radio stations, as of 2015. The 2003 Ford Mustang is part of the fourth generation of Ford Mustangs and comes in both manual and automatic transmission. The car also features exterior and safety features such as a privacy glass, a rear defogger, child seat anchors, two front headrests and an alarm system.