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The suspension on the Boss 302 is adjustable to five different settings. Instead of pressing a button or turning a knob inside the cabin, suspension settings are changed using screw at the top of shock absorber towers under the hood. Steering response is also adjustable through a menu in the car's instrument cluster.

Ford has not yet released pricing or fuel economy figures for the car.


Last updated August 16 2010: 1:57 PM ET
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