At least the live axle should be more durable and less problematic.
I'll trade some performance for those qualities. From what I've read they
did a pretty good job with suspension, despite the live axle. I am
putting serious thought into making the Mustang my next car.
Cost and consumer demand. There are many "traditional"
Mustang owners that have expressed a preference for the live
axle. And, it doens't seem to be a big deterent to road
racing performance. See :
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