The 2018 Ford Mustang: "Quiet Start" Explained

We all want to be good neighbors. Sometimes that means keeping your lawn mowed. Other times that means making sure your car stays quiet during the sleeping hours.

That can be easier said than done. The 2018 Ford Mustang, when equipped with its 5.0-liter Coyote V8 engine option, tends to let off a bit of noise when it starts up. Ford thought of that though, and has provided options to help you be a polite neighbor while still enjoying your Mustang.

With Quiet Start active, the valves of your car's engine will stay closed. This helps to reduce the initial engine noise so the most that people can hear is a dull rumble. To make it even handier, you can set up persistent time frames where Quiet Start will automatically trigger. That way you don't even have to think about it after the first time.

Ford has worked hard to make sure the 2018 Mustang is the most advanced version of the car yet. Quiet Start is just an example of this in practice. To learn more about the new Mustang (and its 2017 predecessor), get in touch with Barbee's Freeway Ford. We'll answer your questions and introduce you to our inventory of new Ford cars.


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