Ford Mustang GT
Petrol. Always a big issue with the Mustang, but not, as you might imagine, because it guzzles a gallon every 15 miles or so. The problem is getting fuel into the tank, as Ford appears to have created the most infuriating filler neck in the world. Every fill-up follows the same format: pump digits whizzing round in a blur for a glorious ten litres or so, then the clicking starts and the spluttering nozzle delivers the remaining 40 litres or so in miniscule spurts.
|Date acquired||April 2005|
|Costs this month||£0|
|Mileage this month||580|
|MPG this month||15.2mpg|
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